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How to draw fish

Wanna know an easy way to draw fish? Little, big, with patterns … you decide. Continue Reading

Spread Love – send individual postcards

You want to make somebody happy you haven’t seen for a while? Why don’t you send a postcard you designed yourself? Continue Reading

Learn to Sketchnote!

Imagine being in a calligraphy class or art workshop taking notes but all the pages look the same. It’s hard to look back and remember what you wrote and where to find it. What makes one line of text differ from the rest? Continue Reading

Dada Dictionary Game

“Dada is what you can make out of yourself.” —Hausmann Continue Reading

Art with refills

Acrylic colors are perfect for drawing on all kinds of material. But you don’t necessarily have to use markers like the Neuland AcrylicOne. Why don’t you try our refills? Continue Reading

A wishing tree for your neighborhood

Wouldn’t you like to have a wishing tree sometimes? Then find one and get started! It’s easy and a nice gesture for others. Continue Reading

Painting stones

The kids of our kindergarden have to stay at home. But they found a way to be together anyway. They all painted some stones to show their connection. Continue Reading

Doodle goes Shnrpl

Some 40 years ago, the German artist and cartoonist F. K. Waechter invented the game “Shnrpl” for his children book “Opa Hucke’s Mitmach-Kabinett”. You can play it alone or together with friends and family, and you only need paper and a pen. Continue Reading

Bullshit – and how to have fun with it

My father was a farmer. We had cows and bulls, and a big dung heap. When a kid, my sisters and I used to play a game called “Mistfahren” (driving the dung). Continue Reading

Printable Connect the Dots and Coloring In

Let’s all have fun, kids and adults connecting the dots and coloring in these images!
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Last-minute Easter egg decoration

Did you forget to buy color for Eastereggs? Would you like to try out some lettering on Easter eggs? Have you ever thought of using your Outliner with the brush nib for this?
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DIY rubber stamp

We all remember the little stamps on our homework we got as a reward, or the stamp on an invitation for a garden party.
Why don’t you make your own stamp?

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Start with a Shape

Craft therapy has been a lifesaver for me as I shelter in place this Spring. I wanted to share an ultra-simple project on a Zoom call that used materials anyone can get their hands on. Continue Reading

Lettering Together Meditation – FREE

Take respite from the chaos … Continue Reading

Back to the roots

Remember when we were kids and it was so easy to busy ourselves for hours with simple games? It’s time for a revival! Continue Reading

Egg-citing Easter

What’s Easter without an egg hunt? We show you how we paint our eggs. Continue Reading

Changeable-panel door knob hanger

Create a fun door knob hanger and a set of panels with different messages for your own use or send it as a gift to family members or friends. Continue Reading

Create a pocket-sized notebook with Pin-It Cards

Let’s create a pocket-sized notebook to jot down ideas, highlights of the week, the weekly gratitude list or even to give it to the kids and help them to keep track of activities and how many stars they’ve earned by accomplishing them! Continue Reading

DIY face mask

You have a sewing machine, some fabric and would like to sew your own face mask? We’ll show you how it’s done.

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Online Class “Communicate with visuals – your new super power!” – 50% off

Creative visualization techniques for beginners – yes, you can do this! No artistic skills needed. 🙂 Continue Reading

Rainbow scavenger hunt

True to the motto #stayathomebutgetfreshair I’ve discovered this cool idea in our neighborhood. My daughter and I were going for a walk (in Germany we are still allowed to be active outside) and when we were walking past a playground we saw a little sign attached to the fence. It said: “How many rainbows can you find?” Continue Reading

Design tips for a neat Bullet Journal

We all know them: the beautiful Bullet Journals on Pinterest that already make us give up before we actually started. But there’s no need to be discouraged! We’ll show you easy tricks to create a journal that’s nothing to sneeze at – without great effort. Continue Reading

How to spread joy with visual meditation

This little article shows you how you can relax by working with your markers and at the same time creating little greeting cards to let others know you are thinking of them. All you need is a blank postcard, a Neuland SketchOne and an Art marker in light grey. Continue Reading

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