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Once the new year begins and the excitement of the holiday season wears off, it’s not uncommon for kids to become restless. With a new school routine in place and weather too cold to go outside and play, children probably need some at-home entertainment.
Luckily, Walmart has an awesome selection of arts and crafts supplies that can turn a regular day into a colorful one. Whether your child is the next Picasso or not, everyone in the family will enjoy getting to create masterpieces of their own.
From paint and chalk to canvas and pipe cleaners, the opportunities are endless when it comes to what can be created with these different items. Your kids will be able to sculpt with pipe cleaners (and add some googly eyes for good measure), paint a portrait and so much more. The best part? Most supplies are only a few bucks.
If your days as a parent are a little too hectic to run out and buy supplies for an at-home art class, don’t worry. Walmart’s pickup and delivery service is there for you when you need an extra hand.
The next time you’re shopping at Walmart online, choose either a pickup time that works for you to run by your local store, or you can opt to have everything from your groceries to art supplies delivered to your home. That way you can get everything you need from the store without having to navigate the aisles or wait in the checkout line.
Below, check out six basic arts and crafts supplies from Walmart that are available via online pickup and delivery now.
Shop: Go Create Paint Brushes Assorted Sizes, 10 Count, $0.97
Shop: Strathmore 100 Series Paint Pad, $3.97
Shop: Apple Barrel Acrylic Craft Paint Set, $4.94
Shop: FolkArt Paintbrush Set, $2.24
Shop: Go Create Rainbow Fuzzy Sticks, 100 Count, $2.83
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