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Featured in Xobon Magazine

Good afternoon Fairies!

We were featured in Xobon Magazine‘s latest issue!

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Xobon Magazine is a bimonthly publication that encourages creative expression and imaginative play. It features creative work by children from around the world. These include, but are not limited to, artwork, handmade craft, stories or poetry, even an innovative science project. A regular section,”Creative Big Kid,” features creative adults and the work they do, to inspire our young readers. Another regular section in the magazine is the Global Intelligence Network (GIN) where we allow children to indulge their sense of curiosity by playing at being detectives. Here, our Lead Spy teaches kids how to encipher and decipher secret codes using the Cipher Disk, among other activities in a espionage-related theme.

You can find us on pages 8-13.

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Find out more on Xobon Magazine and how you can subscribe on their Facebook page!

Find out more about art@home’s classes (children art, adult art, art jams, workshops, etc) here, or contact us here!

xo.Magical Creatures of AAH

Children Art: Omnomnom


The kiddos cooked up a storm in April! We imagined up landscapes, whipped up fluffy ice creams and imagined our foods in different colours inspired by Andy Warhol!

We did plenty more delicious art, hop over to AAH’s Facebook to see more!

Find out more about art@home’s classes (children art, adult art, art jams, workshops, etc) here, or contact us here!

xo.Magical Creatures of AAH

Halloween Craft: Eyeball Pompom Garland


Bringing forward Sunday DIY to Friday, because Halloween is tomorrow! This will also be our last Halloween craft for 2015, can’t wait to start on the Christmas crafts!

I think it has became a known fact that over at AAH, we cutiefy anything and everything whether we mean it or not. *smirk* But I guarantee you today’s DIY is meant to be cute, I mean – how can pompoms ever be not cute?

Doll up your house with these adorable eyeball pompoms, and while you’re at it, pop out those pipe cleaners and googly eyes to make a couple of pumpkins and spiders!

We came across this amazing pompom making method a couple of years ago, and have been making ours the same way since then! We’re by no means experts on it so do hop over to their website to check out a more detailed tutorial!

Well then, let’s get started shall we?

You’ll need
Thick Cards
Coloured Yarns
4 Binder Clips
Embroidery Needle

ONE Cut 4 U-shapes out of the cardboard, make 2 of it extra thick in the center. A regular one and one with a thick center makes a set (the thick center is sandwiched between the two U-shapes).
TWO A Wrap a few rounds of white yarn slightly off the center of your pompom maker – this is the twinkle in the eyeball.
TWO B Wrap your colour of choice for the pupil, making sure to cover the white fully.
TWO C Wrap your colour of choice for the iris, making sure to cover the pupil fully.
TWO D Wrap white for the rest of your eye ball. Using just white, start wrapping around the other pompom maker, making it as thick as your first one.

THREE A Fold the ends of each pompom maker outwards and clip both pompom makers together.
THREE B Insert your scissors between the pompom maker and start chomping away at the yarn. You’ll have a extremely fluffy ball of yarn after you are done with both sides.
THREE C Cut yarn long enough to wrap around the pompom. Make sure you tie them as tightly as possible to prevent them from falling apart. Remove the clips and cardboards.

FOUR Make more! I made plain orange and black ones too!
FIVE Using the biggest needle you can find, start threading your pompoms together, spacing them a few inches apart.

And you’re done!

I hope you had fun trying out our Halloween crafts the last couple of weeks! Art101 will be back next month, so be sure to still check back weekly for more DIYs and lessons!

Remember to tag us or use (hashtag)artathomesg on Facebook or Instagram if you tried out our Halloween crafts! xx Teacher Cherlyn

June Holiday Workshops 2015


I Paint You Paint Me (Saturday, 6June & 20June. 11am-2pm)
Portrait Painting on Canvas
Calling all parents & kiddos, friends, siblings, lovers… Basically everyone! Come join us this June holiday to have your portrait drawn by your loved ones, while you draw them (no peeking)! We assure you to be surprised by the completed artwork at the end of the session!

Bubble & Lather (Saturday, 13June & 27June. 11am-2pm)
Soap Making (No Heat)
Combining our love for both clay making and soap, we present you our Bubble & Lather soap making workshop! We will be using cold process soap (soap clay) to mould and create our bubbly art pieces! The kiddos will also get to experience blind sculpting~!

Regular Price: $85.00/pax
Early Bird
(by 15May): $75.00/pax
Double Workshops/Buddy: $70.00/pax

Quickly call us at 9173 5157 or email to to reserve your slot now!

R.I.P Mr Lee Kwan Yew


This is a tribute from art@home to Mr Lee Kuan Yew.

Do not go gentle into that good night
Dylan Thomas, 1914 – 1953

Do not go gentle into that good night,
Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.


Updated Opening Hours


Good evening everyone! In a flash, January is almost over! We apologise for the silence, as we’ve been busy doing up lesson plans, and more blog updates coming in February! Keep your eyes peeled for that, but at the moment, you may want to check out the new works by the kiddos on our Facebook page or their personal portfolio page!

We received many enquiries and suggestions on our opening hours and made some adjustments to offer more timing options!

These are our updated opening hours:
Monday – Friday, 10am – 9pm
Saturday, 10am – 3pm

Have a great week ahead everyone!

xoTeacher Cherlyn