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6 Best Seattle Arts

  • 8507 35th Ave NE, Seattle
    Christina Nelson - AR Workshop makes fun DIY kits that you can get delivered straight to your home! The projects come with a set of instructions that are easy to follow and all the tools you'll need to complete your project. The kits are perfect for a socially distanced craft (+ wine!) night over Zoom, or a date night in.
    Shannon Garbaccio - We have had so much fun at AR workshops! The projects are fun, cute & even the non crafty among us can excel at them. Lacey has done a great job adjusting to the restrictions with DIY kits. They've kept my kids so entertained!
    Cassie Walker Johnson - Pre-covid, owner Lacey's studio was frequently booked with workshops to create custom signs, trays, chunky blankets and more. As Seattle shifted, so did she! You can still get most of these projects in DIY take-home kits filled with everything you need to complete.
    recommended by Kate Leroux
  • 4611 University Village Plaza NE, Seattle
    Sydney Mintle - Kids who love art will absolutely love Pottery-To-Go Kits from Paint The Town. The kits come with everything kids need to paint a beautiful work of art from home including your choice of ceramics, paint and brushes. Once dry, you simply bring your pottery back to the store for a finishing glaze, and you have a lasting piece of art to cherish for years to come.
    recommended by James Cunningham, Mark Treyz
  • Liz Pearce - If you have a true, die-hard Simpsons fan in your life, you might consider memorializing them as a Simpsons character using Turned Yellow. You choose a background, submit some photos, and a few weeks later, voila. My son was thrilled to get this for his birthday this year and still lights up talking about it.
  • Susan Stocker - Tanya Howard at The Final Piece is exceptional -- and she takes smaller jobs as well, and doesn't charge a fortune. Very honest, kind, pleasant, and SO skilled!
  • 4616 25th Ave NE, Seattle • Downtown
    Gina Tran - Refugee Artisan Initiative is a non-profit, training refugee and immigrant women in skills of sewing, manufacturing, and entrepreneurship. In addition to matching these women to employment opportunities, they also have a wonderful shop of goods, ranging from mittens, masks, cloth napkins to candles. I love buying gifts from here for friends.
  • Seattle, WA
    Rebecca Grant - Sablewood is all things PNW! Sustainable, creative, and fits with anything from natural to glam. She is your go-to paper gal that is so incredibly creative it will knock your socks off! She is a gifted calligrapher, sketch artist, and even has an Etsy shop to feature all things Sablewood.

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