BIRDS ART & CRAFT PROJECT AT THE SF PUBLIC LIBRARY

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The BIRDS event at the North Beach Branch of the San Francisco Public Library on February 23rd was amazing and fun. As usual, I was gobsmacked by the talent and creativity of the children. Adults and children colored with water soluble crayons, then painted with water to get the watercolor effects. After that they stuck on anything that grabbed their imagination. They were thrilled to take them home and show them off. I couldn't have been more proud of them. My next event will be on March 23rd and will be FLOWERS AND BUTTERFLIES. Hope you can come.

BIRDS ART & CRAFT PROJECT EVENT AT THE LIBRARY TODAY!

Birds Art and Craft Project with Elizabeth B Martin is Today at the North Beach Public Library!

Birds Art and Craft Project with Elizabeth B Martin is Today at the North Beach Public Library!

TODAY is February 23rd—the day for ART WITH ELIZABETH at the San Francisco Public Library, North Beach Branch at 4:00 PM! We are doing a BIRDS ART and CRAFT PROJECT. You are all welcome to come and join us. The North Beach library is located at 850 Columbus Ave., San Francisco.

ICYMI: MY NEW ART & CRAFT PROJECTS PAGE

Images from my brand new Art & Craft Projects Page

Images from my brand new Art & Craft Projects Page

In case you missed it: I added a brand new Art and Craft Projects Page to my site! You will find images from my Art and Craft events at the North Beach Public Library to download and use as craft inspiration for your own little ones. Join me at my next free Art and Craft Project event featuring BIRDS tomorrow at 4pm.

BIRDS ART & CRAFT PROJECT AT THE LIBRARY THIS THURSDAY!

My next Art With Elizabeth Art and Craft day at the North Beach Public Library is THIS THURSDAY, February 23rd at 4pm! The event features BIRDS and uses water soluble crayons, felt tip pens and an endless supply of fun things to stick on.

I think it is important to make art and craft projects as inspirational as possible, and I encourage children and their parents to be imaginative. The sky is the limit. See images of past craft events at the library on my Art & Craft Projects page.