Eye Can Art, Creator of Award Winning Children's Art Products, Launches Brand New Look and Two New Kits

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Just in time for holiday gift giving, Eye Can Art launches a whimsical, colorful new look for its packaging, as well as introduces two new budget-friendly art kits for kids.

Eye Can Art Printmaking Kit

Working on this kit with my daughter was such a beautiful, simple pleasure, the best kind of all. She loved it, I loved it, and we both learned something while we spent valuable time together.

Bridget Daly and Shannon Ninburg of Eye Can Art are proud to announce that they are re-releasing their four classic art kits with a new look that features whimsical, colorful collage animals designed by artist Sara Barnes. The kits are still packaged in recyclable, reusable cans and still contain high quality art materials that can be used multiple times. The new labels provide pictures of all the supplies included, as well as examples of finished artworks made from the kit .

The company is also releasing two new kits to launch its budget-friendly ‘Art Class’ series.
The Amate Cut Paper Kit provides projects that teach about symmetry and amate art. The Pastel Stencil Kit lets the child create their own stencil pictures with chalk pastels. Like Eye Can Art's other kits, these come with everything needed, right down to scissors and glue. Both of these kits have a retail price point of $19.

Eye Can Art co-owner, Bridget Daly says, “Our kits encourage creative play for kids and adults. We designed the label to show art made by both older and younger people, while providing more information for the customer.”

Eye Can Art is a small business based out of Seattle. Owners Bridget and Shannon believe that both kids and adults deserve creative activities at home that spark enthusiasm for art. Respecting these ideals, Eye Can Art Kits include clear instructions that teach real art concepts such as line, shape and value. The kits are safe, easy to use, and provide a meaningful and imaginative project that can be enjoyed with friends and family members, or individually.

Rachel Hobson of Craftzine blog raved about Eye Can Art saying, “Working on this kit with my daughter was such a beautiful, simple pleasure, the best kind of all. She loved it, I loved it, and we both learned something while we spent valuable time together.”

Eye Can Art now has six kits in its line, several of which have won at least one prestigious toy award. The kits are designed for ages 4 to 94 and are priced t between $19-$25 each. They include the Printmaking Kit, the Wax Drawing Kit, the Sumi-e Ink Painting Kit, the Book in a Box Kit, and now the new Amate Cut Paper Kit and Pastel Stencil Kit (to be released next week).

The new dynamic packaging reflects Eye Can Art’s growth over the past three years as these all-inclusive art kits can now be purchased at over 150 stores and museum shops locally and nationally. The kits are also available online at http://www.eyecanart.com.

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