Like a lot of parents, I tried to keep up with printed photo albums, baby books, and milestone records, but life just ended up getting in the way. All of a sudden I had 6 years of my kids’ lives to catch up on, and no time to put the effort in that was required. Little Abstract, the wonderful creation of artist Jeremy Brown allows kids to express themselves on a keepsake that will last forever.
Think about your home having a bright and colourful piece of art that not only looks good, but actually means something to you and your family. These abstract art kits include the large print with instructions and wax pencils ready for your little artist to make their mark, as well as a cool pair of sunglasses to make them feel inspired. In little sections all over the print, they get asked to write and draw things that are meaningful to them. Examples include what super powers they’d like to have, draw their favourite animal, what words best describe them and draw a big heart. The end result is a beautiful painting with the handwriting and drawings from your child’s own thoughts .
I love the fact that it is such an original way to showcase your kids at a particular point in time, that also looks great on a wall in their bedroom, or along a hallway for all to see. And trust me - after seeing the pride on Jack and Ollie’s faces once their artwork was completed, it’s well worth checking out for yourself or a loved one as a special gift.
Little Abstract by Jeremy Brown