The Dagim loved bejeweling three photo frames! If you make them yours, "Fancy Nancy" (Edson) will provide photographs of your child to place in these priceless frames. She will provide you with the digital files too!
Move over Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko! You are bidding on a priceless art: an abstract painting on canvas by the children of the Devorim.
Stay warm this winter (and spring!) with a Dubim class photo blanket featuring a photo of each child with their lovey and a photo of a fire truck! Your child will absolutely love it -- and so will you!
Do your kids love LEGOs? Bid on this spectacular photo frame constructed out of LEGOs by the Hadshanim class! TSNS' own "Fancy Nancy" (Edson), photographer extraordinaire, will take a photo of the winning child for you to place in your priceless frame.
The children of the Kofim hand-painted a stepstool! It's beautiful and functional -- and the stool will be personalized with winning child's name. Step up and bid on this amazing item!
Summer's coming! What better way to stay dry than a beach towel featuring the incredible winter self-portraits of the children of the Madanim!
This quilt beautifully captures your child's last year in nursery school. It features the artwork and signatures of each Navatim child, and was lovingly sewn by TSNS' own Ann Harrington. Once the highest bidding family is determined, the photo and name of that family's Navatim child will be placed in the last square with the words "This quilt belongs to [name]."
The Nemerim had so much fun collaborating on this museum-worthy abstract artwork: a shadow and color canvas splatter painting. It would delight your child to see it hanging up at home!
The Parparim have made a beautiful butterfly lamp that features the fingerprints of each child. It's sweet and unique, just like your little one!
We may be biased, but in the Shafanim we love abstract art! This class creation is a framed abstract art compilation that includes the contributions of every child in the class.
If you've ever wanted custom dinner napkins, now's your chance to bid on some that are priceless! This set of 8 cotton napkins has been decorated by the children of the Susim.
Bring your child's Tukim memories into your home with this handprint mixing bowl featuring the fingerprints and handprints of each child; the fingerprints have been drawn into little birds.
Your child created this beautiful watercolor and salt painting on canvas with classmates and his or her special visitor on Special Visitors Day! What a beautiful way to bring your child's Tzabim year into your home -- not to mention that salt + watercolor makes for some really cool, unique art!