Alamo, CA, April 16, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- A California businesswoman has created an art journal that seeks to capture and celebrate the wonder of our world seen by our young children.
Neesha Merani, the owner of PaperWand, is learning from her own children. She says “When I saw how my kids could so easily be lost in a moment and let their curiosity lead, I witnessed pure joy and saw what it looks like to savor the moment.”
“When you see the world through your children’s eyes it awakens your own sense of imagination and wonder, and allows you to participate in that magic and whimsy,” she adds.
Using her skills in graphic design and background in the corporate world, Merani has set up a successful business, PaperWand, with products created specifically for families with young children.
Now she has launched her newest signature product, the Celebrate Wonder Art Journal. The journal fosters creativity beyond the classroom, which Merani believes is crucial to the development of social and emotional intelligence. “Creative people are more flexible and better problem solvers, which makes them more able to adapt to technological advances and deal with change,” she says.
This unique art journal, designed for children ages 4 and up, offers the tools to encourage creativity, develop and preserve childhood memories, while providing a bonding experience between the mother and her child. A Kickstarter project is under way, which allows interested parents to buy in early at discounted prices.
Merani reiterates through PaperWand she is spreading the ideas of “gratitude and kindness,” “life is a beautiful journey,” “start each day with a grateful heart” and more.
About Paperwand: Founded by dreamer, designer and artist Neesha Merani, PaperWand is a medley of fine prints, decor and gifts lovingly created to capture life's sweetest moments. Following 15 years in the graphic design industry, Neesha embarked on a journey that led to her to become an art teacher, kids' book illustrator, nursery muralist and finally, a creative mom to little ones. Each day of motherhood holds a new discovery. Afternoons spent blowing bubbles, splashing in puddles, and making wishes on dandelions nurture her and her children's spirits. For more information, see www.paperwand.com. Also see: http://bit.ly/CelebrateWonder.