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Helping your kids create

Kids get a lot out of being creative with arts and crafts. As well as giving them big smiles, it helps them become calm and focused, and different activities stimulate things like fine motor skills and logical thinking. Here are some ways you can encourage them and display the results.

A pink MAMMUT children’s chair sits near a BUSUNGE bed and a wall covered in FISKBO frames holding children’s drawings.
A pink MAMMUT children’s chair sits near a BUSUNGE bed and a wall covered in FISKBO frames holding children’s drawings.

Fun and memories together

Painting and creating things with your kids means more than just hours of fun. You’ll make happy memories and grow closer together, too.

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A woman and two kids painting and drawing at a table covered in paper and a MÅLA watercolour box, pens and paints.
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Lots of artists, lots of supplies

No matter how many artists show up, you can find enough supplies for all of them in the MÅLA series. There’s everything from paint and coloured pens to rolls of drawing paper, 30 metres long.

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A lot of children lie on the floor painting with MÅLA brushes and paint on long pieces of MÅLA drawing paper roll.
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An organised artist’s toolbox

Kids don’t always want to wait while you hunt for the pencils. The inside of the LUSTIGT arts and crafts storage is divided into compartments, so you can keep things like scissors, paper and tape tidy and find them fast. Plus, you can lift it and take the supplies to wherever your children want to get creative.

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A wooden LUSTIGT arts and crafts storage sits on a table by a window in front of a PALLRA mini chest with 3 drawers.
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The young artist’s studio

You could have a special area with everything your child needs for their arts and crafts, including a child-sized table and stools. It would be easy for them to use and easier to keep things tidy.

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A child’s room with a MÅLA easel and FLISAT children’s stools and table. There are paintings and other artworks on the wall.
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An ever-changing gallery

Why not frame some of your favourite works of art? If you display them in FLISAT wall storage, you can change the pictures quickly when your kids create new masterpieces.

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FLISAT wall storage attached to the wall holds children’s drawings in FISKBO frames and a little soft toy mouse.
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A very personal display

You can combine your kids’ art, family photos, mirrors and more to get a wall display that makes your home even more personal.

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A red MAMMUT chair beside TROFAST storage against a white wall covered with pictures and objects in pink FISKBO frames.
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Fancy a handmade rug?

With the LUSTIGT weaving loom, your child can weave things like a rug for their toys out of different materials including yarn or shoe strings. This traditional craft develops fine motor skills and the ability to concentrate. Weaving instructions are included to help get the creativity off to a flying start.

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A child sitting at a table weaving with red and blue fabric on a LUSTIGT 7-piece weaving loom set.
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Lots to do with paper

Paper is one of those essential art and crafts supplies that it’s great to always have at home for drawing or cutting out shapes from. Why not add LUSTIGT origami paper, too? This beautiful art develops your child’s imagination, fine motor skills and logical thinking.

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A table top holding multicoloured LUSTIGT origami paper in different shapes, as well as some completed origami objects.
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