Creativity is Eco-Friendly with Artterro Art Kits

Arttero had it’s beginning with two art loving Mamas who wanted to pass along their love of art to their children.   With the desire to make works of art that were beautiful and lasting treasures, Artterro was born.  After doing the sourcing and shopping, the Mama’s behind Artterro help busy families to bring creative, meaningful activity kits home to their families to enjoy.

I previously had the privilege to review one of their Bubble Wand kits, you can check out my review here.  There are so many different Artterro Kits available that there is something that interests everyone!

  • Wool Felt Bugs
  • Art Journal Kits
  • Creativity Kits
  • Wire and Bead
  • Bookmaking
  • Wool Felt Wearables
  • Art Dolls
  • Paint with Wool
  • Collage Jewelry
  • Garden Art
  • Canvas Storybook
  • Bubble Wands

Check out what can be created from their many other eco-art kits in the Artterro’s Inspiration Gallery.  I am privileged to receive the Creativity Kit and will update very soon exactly how we put it to good use to foster creativity with my two kiddos.

Artterro is offering one Frugal Greenish Mama reader a chance to win the following three kits: Wire & Bead Art Kit, Creativity Kit and Art Journal Kit! 

Creativity Kit

The Creativity Kit Includes – 100% recycled beautiful handmade paper, natural 100% wool felt shapes, glass beads, wooden beads, sequins, craft thread, copper wire, needles and ideas sheet.

Wire & Bead Art Kit

The Wire & Bead Art Kit Includes – Artist-quality colorful copper wire in 3 gauges, glass beads, wooden beads and rings, shell beads, glass marbles and ideas sheet.

Art Journal Kits

The Art Journal Kit Includes – Spiral-bound journal with solid book board cover to personalize, 14 inspiring project pages, 5 pages of beautiful handmade decorative papers, 6 solid colored papers, artist-quality drawing paper, and pocket folder to store pictures, scraps and found images.

Artterro Focuses on Sustainability

Artterro was founded with the core beliefs of using as few resources as possible, respecting and enjoying the company of the people we work with, and taking into account the social and environmental impact they have on the planet and community at home.  They strive to offer worthwhile, affordable products that encourage friends and family to connect with each other and the very human need to create beauty in our lives.

I just love that their kits are assembled at and shipped from Goodwill Industries in Milwaukee, WI.  They partner with Green Solutions Printing, a small family owned business in Eugene, OR, where their materials are printed on recycled paper (most of it 100% PCW) using vegetable based inks and renewable energy.  The bottom line is the Mama’s behind Artterro truly care.

Be sure to come back on November 1st for your first of two chances to win three amazing Artterro eco-friendly kits!   To be the first to find out what is new with the creative minds behind Artterro, be sure to follow them on Twitter and Facebook.

I was provided with a creativity kit to review.  As always, all opinions are 100% my own.

24 thoughts on “Creativity is Eco-Friendly with Artterro Art Kits”

  1. I love all the kits shown! I also love companies that give back to their community. If only all US businesses had this same model…how much better we’d be as nation!

  2. Love these hands on things, better than the internet and video games
    FInally something to make a kid more creative than pressing buttons, LOL

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

  3. I just love these kits! I know they’re meant for kids, but is it bad that I want one?!? I would like to get a couple of these for my stepdaughter. That way we could do them together.

  4. I like that they walk the walk – green printing/packaging, etc. Their kits are freaking adorable. I know my crafty nieces would love these .

  5. Wow, what amazing kits. They don’t look like they contain cheap junky crap like so many at the stores, these look hearty, fun, something great to keep my daughter busy!

  6. This reminds me of my childhood. My boy is a little too young for these minus the journal, which he would love to color all over. Great idea.

  7. I’m used to bead kits and crafts like that were Klutz products…and those aren’t so easy to find for the kids anymore…so it’s good to know that not only does this company do those sorts of kits(although there is more to these kits pictured above!), but that they are sustainable items also- win, win.

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