Awesome Art Projects for Kids Using Paper, Boxes, and Books
The Paper Playhouse includes a series of how-to art projects that transform cardboard boxes, paper, and found books into imaginative toys, structures, and games for kids!
Katrina Rodabaugh is an artist, crafter, and writer working primarily with textiles, printmaking, and found objects. Straddling the divide between art and contemporary craft--her artwork, writing, and designs have been showcased in numerous galleries, special collections, journals, and theaters across the country while her handmade crafts have appeared at pop-up shops, boutiques, and various juried craft fairs including The San Francisco Renegade Craft Fair, Second Storie Indie Market, and the Patchwork Show among others. Her blog, Made by Katrina recently won the Country Living 2012 Blue Ribbon Blogger Award in the craft category. She received her BA in Environmental Studies from Ithaca College and her MFA in Creative Writing/ Poetry from Mills College where she also taught and trained in the Book Arts Studio. She's worked with urban arts organizations for over a decade and continues to create small handmade crafts, large interdisciplinary installations, and collaborate with artists to teach, make, and organize. She currently lives in Oakland, CA with her husband and biggest inspiration to date--their young son. For more information about her upcoming projects, collaborations, and workshops visit: www.katrinarodabaugh.comLeslie Sophia Lindell is a food, travel, and lifestyle photographer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Natural light, pulling forth the beauty that lies within every subject, and sharing how she interprets this through her lens keeps her filled with wonder. Her most recent cookbook, The Stone Edge Farm Cookbook, was nominated as a finalist for photography by the International Association of Culinary Professionals and it went on to win the 2014 Cookbook of the Year Award. You can find her regularly on her blog, www.lesliesophialindell.com, Instagram, and Facebook.