What You'll Get
Children grow up fast, despite science's best attempts to weigh them down with apple-filled backpacks and bronze shoes. Accommodate growing kids with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of women's and children’s apparel and art supplies at Young Art in Vancouver.
The shelves at Young Art's side-by-side locations brim with an array of designer attire, winsome tchotchkes, art supplies for creative youngsters. Strands of rhinestone beads and hematite magnets accessorize flexibly as a headband, necklace, belt, bracelet, or imaginary-friend leash ($25 for two bracelets). Insufficiently entertaining bath times gain new life with a fountain duck ($12.95) that lights up, streams water, and quacks cheerfully. A Spiderman hoodie allows tikes to feel like a superhero without dull mayoral meetings with a mesh arachnid head ($59.99 for sizes 2T through 18 youth).
The store, which also hosts children’s art lessons, is alive with a kaleidoscopic bevy of art materials, including Baby’s First Crayons ($8.95 for 12), which are washable and nontoxic for easy cleanup, artistic inspiration, and power lunches during intense projects. Diminutive aesthetes can employ aquatic power with watercolor pastels ($19.95 for starter pack).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Not valid for sale items or other promotions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Young Art
At Young Art kids' boutique, staffers fill shelves with designer children's clothing and premium art supplies that encourage creativity and self-expression. BioChalk, for instance, advances chalk beyond the boundaries of the chalkboard: the dust-free sticks leave their mark on walls, whiteboards, windows, mirrors, and invisible friends with easy wipe-up cleaning. Ensuring creativity remains a safe pursuit, Young Art offers versatile supplies with easy cleanup, many of which are AP-certified nontoxic by the Arts and Creative Materials Institute.
Kids use their tools at home to expand on lessons learned during the shop's art classes, where students as young as 4 create masterpieces depicting child-friendly subjects, such as animals and flowers. Some imagination-centric locations also encourage kids to wear their creativity on their backs with a selection of clothing, such as vibrant accessories, colorful dresses with graphic prints, and outerwear.