Ready-for-Art

Ready-for-Art

Ready-for-Art is a relatively new term to describe any craft medium in its natural or unfinished state. It can also be referred to as 'Something to decorate'.Ready-for-Art is gaining in popularity with all kinds of crafters, including paper crafters, altered and mixed media artists and even kids. What's so great about this group of products is they are befitting any age or craft skill level.

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The majority of products in this category are made with wood or a wood composition. Wood is organic and provides ample opportunity for those little minds to explore their creativity and imagination.

Typically, the wood used to make these items is pine, empress or MDF. Pine and empress are relatively light and will no decompose easily. MDF consists of very fine wood fibres which are pressed hard together with glue to form a board.

Wood is a very versatile material and can be decorated easily using various approaches. Our range Ready-for-Art can be finished by simply applying Acrylic Craft Paint with a Brush or covering with silk or foam clay, perfect projects for kids and beginners. The more complex techniques for finishing include Decoupage and Paper Mache or using Textured & Altered Art Mediums.

Get your kids involved in Wood Crafting and Ready-for-Art activities. It's a great way to keep them entertained during those rainy days when going to the park is not really an option. Research has proven that imagination and creativity enhance a childメs intellectual development.

So whether you choose to decorate tea light holders, wooden treasure chests or MDF frames, one thing is for sure, whilst children are creating their masterpieces they are also learning to express ideas that they might otherwise lack an outlet for. What's more, at the end of the project they have a lovely keepsake!