Art Kit Tutorials
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Art Kit Tutorials

The tutorials on this page are available are provided in coordination with our art kits.  Please keep in mind that there are many techniques and variations, and we encourage you to experiment and have fun! If you have any questions or ideas, feel free to contact us.

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Resin Geode Video Tutorial
Free-Form Resin Geode PDF

Paint Pouring on Canvas 
Paint Pouring on Ceramic Coasters

JewelryFrames Tutorial – PDF

Water Marbling Video Tutorial
Water Marbling PDF Tutorial

Mandala Stones


Paint Pouring - Canvas and/ or ceramic tiles

After you open the box, be sure to check that the lids of each paint bottle are tightened, then shake vigorously for 15-30 seconds. Next, proceed to the PDF to learn how to mix up your favorite colors and try your hand at different pouring techniques for a truly unique masterpiece.

>>> Download Paint Pouring Instructions – PDF <<<

Got a colander? You can pour paint through this (kids, ask your parents first)! The paint can be washed off while it’s still wet. It’s a lot harder to wash it off after the paint dries, so you should have a sink full of warm water before you begin.

Water Marbling

So many things to marble!

Water marbling, also known as Ebru, is an ancient Turkish art that involves using a thickened bath of water to float paint on. As the paint floats, you'll using a stylus, wood stick, combs, rakes, etc. to create designs. Bonus- if you have more paint left over, use typing paper to capture more designs for beautiful art. Check to make sure lids are on tight, and shake vigorously for 30-60 seconds. Pigments can settle to the bottom and require proper blending for best results.

Research indicates that patients with dementia benefit from, “enhanced communication, brain function and social interaction. In fact, visual art can trigger dormant memories and emotions, inspiring conversations among these patients who normally struggle to express themselves.”

Engaging in creating art, “stimulates the whole brain. Instead of just responding to images, patients must plan, remember, create patterns and use motor skills.”