Celebrating Spring: Punchy Paper Garden

Celebrating Spring: Punchy Paper Garden

This little paper garden is perfect for spring and so fun for tiny hands. Using a variety of paper punches and recycled materials, each artist created their own unique garden. Materials: Patterned Paper Colored Construction Paper Paper Punches Glue Sticks Recycled...

Clay Wall Pockets

This week at studio sprout we explored clay. In our master’s classes, we made clay wall pockets which are a sweet little hanging hybrid of cup and envelope that may hold succulents or pencils. Materials Needed: Clay Acrylic Paint Paint Brushes Paint Stirrers...

Our Summer Garden 2014

Second year echinacea in full bloom. Purple tomatillo and lemon cucumber enjoying each others company. Love my pom pom dahlias. Organic strawberries fed with nothing but sun, water, and love. Potted in delicious happy frog soil. 🙂 My Black Krims are coming in strong....

Summer Harvest 2013!

Planting with toddlers and young children can be challenging so this summer we focused our efforts on tending the garden by watering and enjoying the harvest. Almost all children are thrilled to take part in the watering during the hot summer days and super excited to...

Raspberry Canes

The newest edition to our edible garden is a raspberry patch. YUM, I can’t wait! Inspired by a good friend I have decide to grow more fruit that once established will produce year after year. My family loves raspberries and I imagine my students will too. My...