$20 each kit
OR BUY FOUR and get one free!

The kits are geared for ages 7-12, but can be modified for younger and older skill sets too. Families can create together, but materials provided are for one project. When you pick up your supplies, you will get a video link for the projects you choose as well as a step by step pamphlet so you can work with a computer or unplugged!
Stop by Gallery One today to get your kits, or buy them ONLINE!

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Stocking Cap Gnome w/Amy Davison

Make a felted snowman with a cute faux stocking cap! No knitting required in this fun gnome ornament.



Model Magic Snowman w/Amy Davison

Make a model magic snowman! Great for our littlest artists or anyone wanting to build a snowman inside and warm. Our older artists can personalize their snow man with custom designed fashion accessories.



Clay Bear Cup w/Crista Ames

Make your own glazed bear mug to fill with cocoa.



Clay Snowflake Coaster w/Crista Ames

A snowflake coaster would make a fantastic personalized gift, or keep it for yourself.



Beaded Corncob w/ Amy Davison

Craft your own cob of corn using pony beads, pipe cleaners and raffia in a step by step project. Follow along on the prerecorded video or unplug and craft with the printed pamphlet.

Paper Mache’ Bee  w/Becky

Join artist and beekeeper Becky in making a honey bee while learning fascinating facts about bees! She will lead you step by step as you learn the names of the body parts of a bee.  She even includes tissue paper from between beeswax sheets so your bee will have the faint yummy smell of honey! Grown-ups will LOVE this project too, not just kids! Included is a sketchbook for a nature walk. How many bees can you see? Can you draw them?



Charcoal Bird Drawing w/Jacque Trujillo

Take a flight of fancy with artist and instructor Jacque as she shows you how to draw birds in charcoal and chalk! She will walk you through a sitting bird and also show you a bird in flight. Use your included sketchbook to take a nature walk and sketch the birds you see before moving onto the toned paper.


We want to see what you have been up to. The art instructors miss seeing you in person and would like to stay connected. Share photos of your art creations on our Facebook Page: @GalleryOneEllensburg