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Creativity for kidlets young and young at heart.

She's that girl.  You know the one.  Her outfits are cool, her home is so beautifully put together. You marvel at the creativity that is so effortless.  Fun and funky.  That's Miss Tiffany Pratt.  And she has one of the coolest, creative craft projects going for kids with her product called Art Studio in a Box.

photo from Roots..com
Born from her former Toronto art studio called Glitter Pie (yes, you could even make glitter pies there), Art Studio in a Box is just that - stuffed with objects to spark imagination and make whatever makes your little ones heart sing.

Tiffany's most recent coup is a partnership with Roots Canada on a limited edition Art Studio in a Box stuffed with remnants right from the Roots factory floors.  It's a great full circle moment for Pratt, who was a Roots employee as a teen and took inspiration from the entrepreneurial spirit of the company.

It's for sale now on Roots' website, and shipping is free this holiday weekend!  At only $30, it's such a fun and reasonable treat to try with the kids.  I love the slogan: Our Ingredients, Your Imagination.

Each box contains Canadian flags, scissors, sponge brush, rhinestones, tag, maple leaf, Roots stickers, upcycled papers, feathers, twine, Roots ribbons, trim, assorted beads and more!  There are links to YouTube videos too.  All handmade with love, and in Canada.

Oh Tiff, you've done it again!

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