The fall season will always be associated with leaves and pumpkins, in shades of orange, ochre and rust…but perhaps it’s time to embrace some new autumnal motifs! Feathers, not unlike leaves, are delicate and come in every color of rainbow. They are reminiscent of birds flying south for the season and for Thanksgiving turkeys. Here, […]
Here’s a fun, free exercise for your little ones: spur their imagination and see what they draw. Then, share your kids’ art on our Facebook Page or Twitter making them into a virtual refrigerator! Download the blank version here!
Traditional plastic trick or treat buckets are useful for collecting candy on the Big Night but not very useful for much else. Create a candy collector with more mileage by making your own jack o lantern inspired canvas tote. Use it throughout October to cart lunches, library books and more before using it to hold […]
Pumpkin carving is one of the long-held traditions of the Halloween season. Unfortunately, carving pumpkins can be dangerous for small children, and the end results only last a week. How about an alternative way to decorate pumpkins that includes the whole family? By using Pentel Oil Pastels and a little imagination, it’s easy to create […]
In honor of the last day to submit your #pentelhero at www.pentel.com/power we’re sharing these little hero stories. Thanks to Little Hero Capes we’re able to support and empower these brother and sister pairs! Meet Mattie, Benjamin, Elizabeth and Wesley. Read their stories below: Benjamin & Mattie (Age 2) Mighty Mattie & Super Benjamin were twins born at 32 […]