Melissa is a mama to two energetic kiddos, ages 2 and 5. As a stay at home mom she has kept her love of art and crafting alive by pouring all of her artistic energy into kids art. Melissa started Green Owl Art ( http://greenowlart.blogspot.com/) to inspire more mamas to get creative with there little ones on a daily basis.
My Favorite Activities
Getting messy with my two favorite kids. Nature walks, often. Creating new and healthy concoctions in the kitchen.
My Favorite Materials
pipe cleaners, water beads, and nature's findings.
Green Owl Art‘s Melissa helps us get ready to cheer for our team on Super Bowl Sunday. My daughter was cheering away after we made these super easy and very cute homemade pom-poms! She requested another pair to add to … Continue reading →
Green Owl Art‘s Melissa shares this great idea. Coffee filters are always in our art cabinet. There are so many ways you can create with them. I think what we like best about working with them is the way they … Continue reading →
Why not resolve to have more fun this year? Green Owl Art‘s Melissa A. shares this easy little way to turn a simple snack into a party. It’s amazing how happy children are when they have a new fun way … Continue reading →
This charming idea from Green Owl Art‘s Melissa A. is a simple way to sparkle. I remember making safety pin charms as a child, so making them with my daughter was very special. They are simple and come out so … Continue reading →
Ready for some “ooohs” and “ahhhs”? Green Owl Art‘s Melissa A. shares how to make these ghostly accessories. My kids and I love Halloween crafts—not because we love scary, spooky things, but because it’s fun to turn “scary” things into … Continue reading →
Can you hear the sound of music? Green Owl Art‘s Melissa A. and her daughter sure can! The two share how five-year-old Emma recently made a one-of-a-kind, jingle-jangle tambourine! I don’t know a single child who doesn’t love to sing, … Continue reading →