A Sneak Peek at the New ArtsBot Packaging
We at The Artsbot are pleased to present for your consideration our four new products whose brand new packaging design we feel fully represents our brand. Our TSA compliant, compact-sized, art & craft kits go everywhere. Our kits are a screen-free alternative so kids can unplug, digitally detox and find creativity within. Each kit is a toolbox for growth, problem solving and individual decision making. Our packaging is inspired by our characters the ISOBots who through their stories help kids get in touch with their creativity, their imagination and their desire to do good.
Build your Own Robot Pillow Packaging
Build your Own Robot Pillow Contents
Make your Own Robot Pillow
The ISOBots love human earthling kids and love to help them find their imagination and creativity! Our kits come with all materials necessary to create a one of a kind project. Make your very own Robot Pillow and keep the Bots close — proudly display your pillow on your bed or in your favorite place.
Did you know?
Fun Facts about Robots:
- A robot is a machine that preforms tasks without the help of a person.
- There are over 1 million robots in use today.
- The smallest robot is called a Nanobot.
- There is a restaurant in China run by Robots.
- Japan has the most robots in the world.
Make your Own Cupcake Squishy Packaging
Make your Own Cupcake Squishy Contents
Make your Own Cupcake Squishy
Everyone loves cupcakes, especially the ISOBots! What is your favorite cupcake? Create it for everyone to see! Make your own set of squishy cupcakes — decorate them, squeeze them and watch them return to their original shape. Our kits come with all materials necessary to create a one of a kind project!
Did you know?
Fun Facts about Cupcakes:
- The largest cupcake was 1,224 pounds, 4 feet tall by 10 foot wide. It was baked in Washington, DC.
- December 15th is National Cupcake Day.
- The record for eating the most cupcakes in the shortest time is 29 cupcakes in 30 seconds.
- There are about 400 cupcake bakeries in the United State.
- Approximately, 770,000,000 cupcakes are eaten in the United States per year.
Let's Color a Donut Tote Packaging
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Let’s Color a Donut Tote
Hold your favorite things close! A book bag, a beach bag, an overnight bag! Oh the places you’ll go!!! Show off your unique donut tote creation for all to see. Our kits come with all materials necessary to create a one of a kind project. The possibilities are endless.
Did you know?
Fun Facts about Donuts:
- Over 10 billion donuts are baked in the US every year.
- The first Friday of June is National Donut Day.
- The largest donut ever baked weighed 3,739lb, was 16 feet long and 16 inches high. It was jelly donut and was baked in upstate New York.
- The Guinness World record for doughnut eating is consumed 29 donuts in just over 6 minutes.
Let's make a Narwhal Wristlet Packaging
Let's make a Narwhal Wristlet Contents
Let’s make a Narwhal Wristlet
Keep your favorite little treasures safe or hold onto your spare change! Create your very own Narwhal Wristlet — for a change purse or a secret hiding place. Our kits come with all materials necessary to create a one of a kind project. No two Narwhals are alike!
Did you know?
Fun Facts about Narwhals:
- Narwhals are nicknamed “The Unicorn of The Sea” due to their long tusk.
- It is not really a tusk but a long left tooth that can grow up to 10 ft long and weigh 22 lbs.
- Narwhals are really small whales and grow to be 15-16 feet long.
- Narwhals live in the icy waters of the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans near Canada and Greenland.
Meet the ISOBots!
Long ago in the far reaches of space…
Far away, deep in space, there was a planet called ISO. On the planet there lived a race of robot-like beings, the ISO bots, who spent their days gathering information and organizing it. One day the ISO leaders realized that their people had gathered all the information there was to find on the planet. They had nothing left to do!
As quickly as possible the robots built a fleet of spaceships. Then they chose teams of robots to fly the spaceships out into space to find new worlds where they could gather new information. After traveling for many years, one of the robot spaceships, the ISO11, came across a planet that was mostly covered with water, but that had land too. Using their technology, the robots studied the planet and they soon learned that a species that stood on two legs seemed to be in charge.
These creatures, humans, came in all colors and sizes, and some of the things they did made no sense. For example, they wrote things called books, composed music, and made art. No one told the humans to do these things, they just did them. Why?
The robots decided to send one of their team, Pon, to Earth to find out why and how humans were able to write stories, make up music, and create art. Pon decided to watch the little humans, who were less frightening. He was fascinated by them, but he couldn’t find the answers to his questions. Finally Pon decided to talk to the little humans and meet them in person. Maybe they would be able to explain why they did the things that they did.