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What's new at SCYAP

 
  Although, SCYAP has officially closed our doors to the public since March 17th, we have been busy behind the scenes creating web based art and craft content in the hopes that we can help others to continue to be creative at home.  Here are the links where the content can be found https://scyapinc.org/category/creartive-tutorials/  and https://scyapinc.org/category/quick-crafts/
Like every other organization and business in Saskatoon we anxiously await for the green light to go back to "business as usual".  At the time of the closure our new location at 402 33rd Street West, was finally taking shape and our free drop-in art centre was starting to see new visitors from the local neighbourhood.  We look forward to opening our doors again and inviting every back our to bright, colourful and inclusive space.  During this time of social distancing please continue to look for SCYAP updates on FaceBook and Instagram.  Thank you Saskatoon for your continuous support, stay safe, stay strong, we will get through this.
     
Community Initiatives and information
that SCYAP would like to pass along 
                                                      

 

When it is all said and done please remember to support local businesses.  Pirate Signs will be ready for all your future signage orders, and when you support Pirate Signs all profit goes back into SCYAP programming that helps venerable youth in our community. 



Think about Pirate Signs when you want something out of the ordinary. 

http://www.piratesigns.com        info@piratesigns.com

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Easy Origami Dog

Easy Origami Dog

Origami is the art of paper folding and was popularized in Japan being practiced all the way back to 1603! The folding of paper in various ways resulted in different, beautiful designs ranging from animals all the way to pockets and boxes. -origami paper or any thin paper -scissors -markers, pens, pencils, etc. -glue 1. You will need a square piece of paper. Fold the paper diagonally in half to...

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Free Colouring Pages

Free Colouring Pages

Hand drawn colouring pages free to colour! Click and download. Cupcake-colouring-page-PDFDownload Alien-2Download Moon-colouring-page-1Download sheep-and-cat-colouring-page-4Download space-colouring-pageDownload...

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Easy Pipe Cleaner Pencil Toppers

Easy Pipe Cleaner Pencil Toppers

pipecleaners in various colours -pencils or pens -glue -scrap paper -markers -googly eyes (optional) 1. Hold one end of the pipe cleaner on your pencil with your thumb. While holding it, wrap the pipe cleaner around the pencil. 2. Use scrap paper to cut out eyes, mouths, arms or legs depending on what you want to turn your pipe cleaner into! I’m going to make this into a butterfly. How to Make A...

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Easy Watercolour Effect Using Markers

Easy Watercolour Effect Using Markers

Learn how to get a beautiful watercolour effect using markers and a plastic bag! This is helpful if you are new to watercolours or don’t have any watercolours on hand. The end result looks great no matter what! -clear plastic bag. Sandwich bags work great -washable markers -watercolour paper or a thick paper such as cardstock -spray bottle 1. Place your bag down on a flat surface. Tape it down if...

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Recycled Easter Bunny Craft

Recycled Easter Bunny Craft

Celebrate Easter by creating a festive recycled bunny using a cereal box and newspaper or magazines! -cardboard, card stock. Cereal boxes work great! -newspaper, magazines, scrap paper -glue -pencil -scissors 1. Draw a bunny shape on your cardboard. Start with a big circle near the bottom. Draw two long ovals on top for the ears. Cut it out. 2. Cut newspaper or magazines into long strips. 3.

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Easy Spinner Toy

Easy Spinner Toy

Learn how to make this easy spinner toy! It is so worth watching the colours swirl together when you spin them at the end! -cardboard -paper (optional) -anything to draw or colour with (pens, pencils, crayons, markers, etc.) -scissors -string -push pin 1. Cut out one circle out of cardboard. I traced a cup. You can stick with the cardboard circle, but I am going to cut out two extra circles out of...

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Easy Watercolour Bookmark Tutorial

Easy Watercolour Bookmark Tutorial

watercolour paper, wet media paper -watercolour paint -paint brush -masking tape -scissors -water -water container 1. Cut out a small section from a piece of watercolour paper for your bookmark. Tape down the edges of the bookmark so create a nice border and so that the watercolour doesn’t seep under and warp the paper. 2. Dip your brush in water and apply a thin layer all over the bookmark.

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