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Oopsy Daisy, Fine Art For Kids

Kids' & Baby Wall Art and Decor

  • Summertime Art

    Summer is never long enough. In many places across the country, school is starting already! Let's grab on to summer with both hands and not let go. Our favorite way to keep summer all year long is by putting summer art on our walls. We're so happy to share our bright and fresh summertime art with you!

    Bright, Blue Skies

    Little Pink Vespa by Kris Langenberg Little Pink Vespa by Kris Langenberg

    What could be brighter and sunnier than a blue Paris sky? Little Pink Vespa by Kris Langenberg is the perfect way to bring some French flair to your walls. This kids wall art will inspire dreams of travel and sunny days.

    Colorful Flowers

    Cherry Blossom Birdies by Winborg Sisters Cherry Blossom Birdies by Winborg Sisters

    Who wouldn't smile every time they looked at Cherry Blossom Birdies? This personalized wall art by Winborg Sisters captures the beauty and promise of spring blossoms and sweet birds. It's so well-loved that we offer it not only as canvas art but also as night lights, growth charts, and even wall decal cut-outs.

    Sunshine

    You Are My Sunshine by Carter Carpin You Are My Sunshine by Carter Carpin

    Keep sunshine on your walls all year long with You are my Sunshine art. This sunshine art piece by Carter Carpin is so bright, especially when it's a personalized night light. Talk about a summertime glow.

    Enjoy our fast-fleeting summer, and have a look at our bright summer art to celebrate the bright season.

  • DIY Wrapping Paper

     

    DIY Wrapping Paper

     

    If your house is anything like ours, you're looking for ways to entertain kids in the waning days of summer. Homemade wrapping paper is a great idea for a way to spend a day being creative while creating something useful.

    Over on Pinterest, we found a bunch of ways to make homemade wrapping paper. For each idea, start with either a large roll of craft paper or a few big sheets of art paper. (You can even cut up a paper grocery bag in a pinch!) Here are three of our favorites:

    Potato Watermelon Print

    This one requires just a paintbrush, some paint, and a potato. Cut the potato in half once, then in half the other way. Use the edge to make red prints onto the paper. Once dry, add black "seeds" and green "rind."

    Twine

    This one has a sophisticated, artsy look we love. Wrap a small woodblock with twine. Make sure not to be too neat with the wrapping, since you want a loose, organic look. Then use a stamp pad to make prints of the wrapped block. Try different patterns.

    Corn Cob Print

    How fun is this? Use a corncob like a rolling stamp to make interesting prints and patterns. See if the recipient of your gift can guess how the prints were made!

    Spend a day making a few sheets of DIY gift wrap. School will be here before you know it, but so will the (gift-giving) holidays!

  • Map Art Makes Kids Rooms More Fun!

    Watercolor Map - Bright by Katie Vernon Watercolor Map - Bright by Katie Vernon

    Map Art is on our minds today because next month bring us Hawaiian Statehood Day! The third Friday in August is the official celebration of the day Hawaii became our fiftieth state on August 21, 1959.

    Hawaii Fast Facts

    Hawaii is the world's largest island chain.

    Hawaii's nickname is the "Aloha State." "Aloha" means hello and goodbye in Hawaii.

    There is only one land mammal native to Hawaii: the Hawaiian hoary bat. People brought all the other land mammals to the islands.

    Hawaii is the only state with 2 official languages: English and Hawaiian.

    The Hawaiian capital of Honolulu is the birthplace of our 44th president, Barack Obama.

    Hawaii expands more than 40 acres per year, thanks to Kilauea, Hawaii's largest volcano. Its eruptions add lava to the island that makes it larger every time.

    Can you find Hawaii on a map? Check out our map art!

    We can help! We have a lot of map art for kids, and some of it can even be personalized with a child's name. Some of our map art features the whole world and others feature the US. Map art combines learning and art in a creative and fun way.

    Happy Statehood Day (almost), Hawaii!

  • Art for Kids

    Art For Kids

    Summer is the perfect time for enjoying a book with the whole family. One of our favorites is about wintertime, and reading it is a great way to cool off on a hot day. Wolf in the Snow, by Matthew Cordell, is the 2018 Caldecott Medal winner for most distinguished American Picture Book of the year.

    We here at Oopsy Daisy love keeping track of the Caldecott Medal books, since we love books for kids almost as much as we love art for kids. The great thing about kids' art is that it sparks kids' imagination. The artwork on a child's wall can inspire a whole lifetime of stories and ideas.

    So in honor of Wolf in the Snow and summertime reading, we'd like to share some of our favorite art for kids' imaginations, and their walls! You can shop our site by theme, so it's easy to find the perfect art for the kids in your life, whether they love dinosaurs or dancing, sports or the circus. Here are a few others:

    For Kids Who Love Animals

    Sweet baby animals or exotic wild animals--find the animals that will spark your child's imagination. Invite your child to name the animals and make up adventures for them. Your art will inspire your own bedtime stories.

    For Space-Loving Kids

    Space art is so much fun! What sorts of adventures can your child dream up by looking at space art every night? He or she may be inspired to go see our vast Milky Way first-hand.

    Kids Who Love Words

    We've got all sorts of alphabet art for kids who like letters and words. Maybe your child will grow up to create a Caldecott winner some day!

  • DIY Pushpin Travel Map!

    Car Rentals. DIY Pushpin Travel Map Image via Car Rentals

    It's time to embark on unforgettable summer adventures!

    Summer marks the season of travel, where many of us will collect a passport full of stamps, take hundreds of photos and return home with trinkets to decorate our living spaces. After the dust has settled and our schedules return back to normal, there’s no better way to relive your adventures than with a pushpin travel map.

    A pushpin travel map allows you to creatively showcase your past travels, upcoming adventures and plan for your next dream destination all in one place. Many maps are costly and simply purchasing one can lack the sentiment that goes into creating your own. That’s why Car Rentals created this beautiful step-by-step guide that walks you through how to create your very own pushpin travel map complete with examples, materials and custom printables to help save you the money all while adding a piece of unique art to your walls that matches both your travel and living style.

    Whether you choose to create one for yourself or gift to family and friends, using this simple DIY guide makes the process a breeze. They also include a handful of free pinning legends to match the aesthetic of your map. Learn how to create a pushpin travel map from scratch using their simple step-by-step tutorial to walk you through the process!

     

    Car Rentals DIY Pushpin Travel Map Image via Car Rentals
  • Relax, It's Summer!

    Relax, It's Summer!

     

    Summer is finally upon us. What are your plans for summer vacation? We always like to take at least one day off before heading into summer. You have had a long school year, and you deserve a little time to relax. It's summer! Here are some ideas for taking a break.

    Read a Book (Outside)

    Grab a blanket and sit under a tree. Go to the park and find an empty bench. Sit on the front steps of your building. Wherever you live, find a little spot where you can sit in the fresh air and read.

    Star Gaze

    You can do this outside lying on a blanket. But all you really need is a window with a view of the sky. Or, if you live in a city with lots of lights even at night, find a big star book at the library. It's so relaxing, just gazing at stars and thinking about how far away they are. And if you're outside, you may see stars closer to the ground, in the form of fireflies!

    Make a Chalk Drawing

    Find a driveway or a sidewalk and grab some chalk. Create your own outdoor art! Our favorite thing about chalk art is that even after you've finished and gone home, your creations will still be there to make people smile.

    Have a Snack

    With all that relaxing, you're bound to get hungry. Here's a link to our Pinterest board, Silly Snacks. A fun way to refuel!

    Have a relaxing kickoff to your summer. Check back here all summer long for fun ideas and crafts to make this summer great.

     

  • Find Your Adventure By Nicole LaRue

    Find Your Adventure by Nicole LaRue Find Your Adventure by Nicole LaRue

     

    We're very proud to present Find Your Adventure, the second book from beloved Oopsy Daisy artist, Nicole LaRue. This unique journal is the picture-perfect way to track your beautiful journeys and adventures with a pop of positivity. The colorful pages and delightful illustrations make this a great gift item for any little explorer - especially with a new season of summer adventures upon us!

    LaRue's book encourages young ones to never stop wandering and learning about their surroundings. This thoughtfully curated journal is truly a great way to document any family vacation, road trip, and even the most spontaneous of adventures! Plus, you can store it away as a keepsake and revisit it next summer to reminisce on the most memorable explorations.

    Pick up your copy today at Small Made Goods and Amazon!

    Nicole LaRue's Find Your Adventure

  • Oopsy Daisy iPhone Sticker Packs Are Here!

    Can’t get enough Oopsy Daisy? Well, we have just the thing to make your day a little bit cheerier!

    Art lovers everywhere can now decorate texts with our brand new Oopsy Daisy Stickers. Available free (yay!) via the App Store on iPhone, the Oopsy Daisy app allows you to browse through a library of our cutest and coolest art images and send them through iMessage.

    You’ll find the perfect sticker for any occasion – whether it’s a birthday, holiday, or just because! We’ve taken the time to adapt over forty popular artworks from a few of your favorite artists, such as Eli Halpin, Heather Gauthier, Cathy Walters, and much more, to fit your unique messages. Art no longer has to live solely on your walls – spread your artistic side to your friends, family, and everyone in between with our creative Oopsy Daisy sticker pack.

    At Oopsy Daisy, we are an ever-evolving company that believes art can enlighten every aspect of everyday life. These delightful stickers were created with the help of experienced developers from THINKware, a leader in the tech industry that executes digital content for major corporations. We are proud to bring a touch of artistic flair to your mobile conversations and make each interaction more memorable than the last!

  • The Unusual Obama Portraits

    Obama Presidential Portraits Former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama alongside their portraits (NPR)

    Two new portraits are now on display at Smithsonian's Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC. The official portraits of Michelle Obama and Barack Obama were unveiled earlier this month, and the paintings are historic for a number of reasons.

    Style

    When you think of Presidential portraits, do you think of formal backgrounds, with offices and books and flags? Lots of people do, making the backgrounds of these portraits a bit of a surprise. President Obama is depicted sitting in a fairly formal wood chair, wearing a suit, but it's what's behind him that is unusual--a solid wall of green leaves, and lots of them, along with bright blooming flowers. The flowers are meaningful choices the artist made. Jasmine for Hawaii, where Mr. Obama was born, African blue lilies for his father's home country of Kenya, and chrysanthemums for Chicago, where the Obama family lives.

    The background of Michelle Obama's portrait is plain blue. That plain color brings all the focus to Mrs. Obama's thoughtful expression and to her beautiful dress. The dress, says the painter, was created by dress designer Milly. Its patchwork theme is meant to remind a viewer of quilts, which the artist did on purpose to remind people that quilts are an important part of black culture.

    Artists

    Mr. Obama's portrait was painted by Kehinde Wiley, who is a 41-year-old painter from New York. Mrs. Obama's portrait was painted by Amy Sherald, a 44-year-old painter from Baltimore. The Obamas each chose the artist who painted them. The historic detail about both these painters is that they are both African-American. It's the very first time that African-American artists have been commissioned by the Portrait Gallery to paint presidential portraits.

    Other Portraits

    If you want to see more portraits, come see what we have at Oopsy Daisy. Speaking of unusual portraits, check out these by Kristina Bass Bailey. They're unusual because the subject is depicted from the back instead of the front. Can you think of other ways to create unusual portraits?

  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Activities

     

    Dream Cloud by Anne Bollman Dream Cloud by Anne Bollman

     

    Monday is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. It's a day we set aside to focus on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luth

    er King, Jr., a leader of The Civil Rights Movement. Dr. King's most famous speech is the one in which he said "I have a dream." Here some ways to remember that famous speech and create new ideas and plans to keep Dr. King's dream alive.

    I Have a Dream Mobile

    Draw one large cloud on a piece of paper and cut it out. Then draw and cut three smaller ones. On the large cloud, write "I have a dream." And then on each small cloud, write down a dream. Maybe one for yourself, one for your family, and one for the world. Or maybe just three things you hope to accomplish in the future. Punch three holes in the large cloud. Along the base, and one at the top of each small cloud. Cut three pieces of string, each around a foot long. Tie one end of each piece to a hole in the large cloud, then attach each small cloud to a string. Punch a hole at the top of the large cloud for hanging. And now you have a Dream Mobile! Find some examples here.

    Volunteer

    Want to help make other people's dreams come true? You can be a volunteer. Maybe a small child you know has a dream of learning to read. Can you help? Maybe an elderly neighbor has a dream of seeing her yard neat and tidy. Can you help? Here's a Pinterest link that lists lots of good ways to find out where your volunteer help is needed.

    Read

    There are lots of really good books about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. A new one just came out last year, called I Am Martin Luther King, Jr. by Brad Meltzer and illustrated by Christopher Eliopoulos. Go to your local library and ask a librarian what books they have about this great man. You may even find a display of books about Dr. King in honor of the holiday.

    Most importantly, keep dreaming! (Here's a link to our featured art by Anne Bollman.)

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