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Rachelle: That IS eclectic, and it fits perfectly with everything I see in your home. If you had to be selective, what are three things that you love the most about your space? Do you have any tips for those of us who want to make our homes havens for making? Emilie: I think a big step is a mental one — to relax into it and let go I am definitely still working on this! Expect the messes and try to embrace them! Keep appropriate materials accessible at all times so the kids can dive right in when inspiration strikes stored right on our art table, we have: white paper, colored pencils, washable markers, crayons, scissors, glue, string, and tape.
If possible, a dedicated art table is great so projects and materials can be left out and revisited later — and no worries about damaging the surface. I like an adult-size table so there is plenty of space for spreading out as well as room for parent-child collaboration ours is a thrifted, vintage, wood dining table. Rachelle: Your backyard play scape looks like a childhood oasis. We had a large backyard tree that had to be taken down due to illness. It was a huge oak, over years old, with a trunk diameter of around 5 feet. In an effort to use natural materials and encourage open-ended play, we already had many smaller tree stumps in use in our yard — so we were inspired to come up with a way to make use of this huge trunk.
We were lucky to be working with a wonderful tree service and hatched a plan together. They cut up the trunk and the pieces were arranged with their super-power forklift into a playscape. This process was especially fun because our oldest son was able to get involved — and even help operate the forklift! It is great for climbing, crawling through tunnels, and pretending.
We have added a slide, a tipi structure, and plan to embellish the playscape more in the future. In the other main play area of the yard, we have a wooden play kitchen with lots of thrifted pots and pans for mudpie making. This spot has been a creative haven! It has been a swamp, ocean, special cleaning factory, network of streams, body painting area, mudbath, and more.
We also take our more traditional art materials out in the yard sometimes and have a dedicated outdoor art table for drawing and painting under the trees. What do you wish for your children to remember about their childhood? Emilie: A world of possibility. Their creative spirits fully ignited. The love of learning, exploring, experimenting. Their personal interests respected and nurtured. Colored pencils. They are high quality, smooth and vivid, and the triangular shape is great for little hands.
Along with scissors, a spool of natural kitchen twine is very popular with both boys. Colored masking tape. Washable tempera paint. Emilie: Nature. My kids. Finding beauty in everyday moments; photographing them often. Fellow mama friends. Books, blogs including this one! Thanks for having me here at Tinkerlab, Rachelle!
Thank you so much for generously sharing your home with us, and for taking time to chat with me! After decades of interest in the arts and creative living, she found the ultimate inspiration in mothering. Emilie holds a B. In addition to daily creative parenting, she enjoys photography, lettering, and interior design. This is open to U. So inspiring!!! Our next project is to work on our backyard, I will definitely be inspired by yours! Thank you so much for sharing.
Her tip on letting go and being flexible is so key. Thank you for an inspiring interview. I will have to check it out now. Thank you so much for sharing these photos. Great story….
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My daughter would love to try these out. She just showed an interest in drawing and coloring:. What a dreamy backyard… Lucky boys! Thanks for offering this giveaway, those pencils look perfect for my mandala coloring hobby! Pretty inspiring! Omigoodness, TWO sun rooms! Your home is so comfortable, warm, inviting, and inspiring. Those are such gorgeous and inspiring play spaces! I really love the backyard! Beautiful space you have created there.
What lucky boys!! What fabulous things happening there! Thanks for the chance at what look like wonderful pencils! Very inspiring interview!
Tinkering Spaces: Interview with Emilie Brehm
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