There's no argument that the Japanese are masters of all that is aesthetically and functionally perfect. From origami, to tea ceremonies, right down to the seamlessly-run rail system, absolutely everything runs like clockwork and with a ritual of etiquette to match.
Three years ago, artist and dad, Dominick Cabalo, began drawing on his son's lunch bags to help him make new friends.
Get the kids in the holiday spirit with these easy Christmas craft ideas.
When your child brings home a particularly heart-melting piece of artwork, it usually goes straight to the poolroom. Okay the fridge.
If you're puzzling over what this artwork could be made from, then you're not alone.
Well crafty people, this sure ups the ante just a little bit.
This dad turns his son's drawings into life-like pictures that are more than just a little odd and totally, utterly fascinating to look at.
Chances are that cereal is a staple in your family for breakfast, but what happens to the box when the cereal is gone?
Finding a place for all your child's art just got easier.
Who can forget the thrill of tie dye from childhood? Anyone who ever did it can relate to the soaring highs of tie dye and crushing lows when it didn't quite come out right.
What better way to celebrate with your children than absorbing craft, making pretty handmade things to celebrate the season that brings renewed life and growth.