diy activities Archive
Supplies: a. Fan outline (link provided below) b. Colored pencils c. Scissors d. Watercolors and paintbrush e. 1-3 Popsicle sticks f. Glue or tape Directions: 1. Download the Japanese fan outline online here: http://bit.ly/japanesefan 2. Pint the fan on thick cardstock paper. 3. Once printed, color in the graphic using colored pencils. 4. Use watercolors
With just a few supplies and minimal direction, your little citizen can have fun crafting their own paper! Read on below for the easy step-by-step guide on creating paper. Supplies: a. White or brown paper b. Watercolor paints c. Paintbrush d. White crayon Directions: 1. Use your white crayon to draw whatever
Is your little citizen a sushi addict? If so, they’ll love our sugary take on the hand rolls. This Japan-inspired activity isn’t only fun, it’s also delicious too! Ingredients: a. 1/4 cup butter b. 4 cups mini marshmallows c. 6 cups crisped rice cereal d. 20-25 gummy worms e. 1-2 boxes of
What’s more fun than playdough? We can’t think of much. Follow this simple step-by-step guide on how-to make playdough and you’ll be having a blast in no time! Ingredients: a. 2 cups flour b. 2 cups warm water c. 1 cup salt d. 2 Tablespoons vegetable oil e. 1 Tablespoon cream of
Sail the high seas with this fun egg carton sailboat activity inspired by Destination:Brazil. With few supplies and easy assembly, this activity will have your little one out sailing in no time. Supplies: Lid of an egg carton Construction paper Scissors Hole punch or sharp pencil Straw or stick Paints & paintbrush
We’re celebrating our 10 year anniversary and we’re calling on all little citizens to enter our “Around the World Activity Contest” for your chance to win a $500 Tea shopping spree and one of ten weekly prizes from our anniversary collection. Enter by sharing a photo of your little citizens completing craft
Tea was born in 2002 with 3 pima cotton baby sweaters inspired by the simple, elegant and graceful designs of traditional Chinese clothing. These sweaters were first sold by Bell & Trunk, a local boutique in San Francisco. By the end of year one, Tea could be found in 50 local retailers.
Have your child play the tambourine, guitar, drums, flute, or any other instrument they want to make their own Brazilian music! As they’re rocking out, snap a few pics and enter them in our “Around the World Activity Contest” for your chance to win one of our 10 weekly prizes and
Looking for that perfect addition for your girl’s holiday dress? At Tea, we love the flower head fashion. In fact, we even created some flower headbands for our models to wear during our spring photoshoot. We wanted to show you how fun and easy
When developing our Spring collection, our designers’ offices were covered in sunprints. They used their creations to inspire many of our children’s clothes and women’s fashion in our Bali Safari collection. Learn more about sunsprints by reading our Behind the Design segment on photorealism.