Spring Art Pack 2


Please note: to use a Creative Kids voucher you must enter the coupon code ‘CK’ on the cart or checkout pages, then please add your Creative Kids voucher details (voucher number, child’s name and date of birth) in the ‘Order notes’ box on the checkout page.


Purchase our fabulous $100 Creative Kids Art Pack or get it for FREE if you have a Creative Kids Voucher.

Pack Includes:

  • Cotton Canvas Panel 11 x 14in
  • Set of 5 Paint Brushes
  • Acrylic paint set 12 x 12ml tubes
  • Drawing Pad A4
  • Graphite Pencil 2B, pencil case
  • Mixing palette, plate and sticks
  • 1 packet dental alginate
  • 1 container plaster
  • plastic mixing container
  • paddle pop stick
  • toothpicks
  • $30 Voucher to spend on Children’s Art Workshops or Coursework
  • Links to downloadable instructional PDF guides to 2 Workshops

Pick up from Studio or $20 flat fee for postage anywhere in Australia.


The art instruction PDFs included in Spring Art Pack 2:



Class Image – Sydney Cityscapes - Teens CLub 2021 – click to view class details



The skyline of many world cities exhibit some amazing architectural shapes and urban spaces. Choose your favourite aspect of your special world city and bring it in as an image to be recreated as an artwork via drawing, painting and collage on paper, to mount on a canvas and hang at home to enjoy!



Class Image – Hand Signals - Teens Club 2021 – click to view class details



In this fun workshop you will be learning how to cast your own hand using an alginate material and casting plaster. After your hand sculpture has cured you will learn how to remove it from the mould and finish it off ready to take home and either blue tack it to a wall or enjoy as a free standing sculpture.



“It was very enjoyable and fun to do with my mum. I’m looking forward to the next time that we can do it.”

“A big Thank you to Sydney art space for preparing this art pack. My daughter and I had so much fun completing all the activities in the PDF provided. We also loved that there is space for the creative mind to do something slightly different. We loved making the echidna with polymeric clay and are looking forward to the next time we get art supplies.”