Within the pandemic, sparking creativity in our kids is more important than ever. Since interaction was limited during the months of isolation, at home projects became crucial. Arts and crafts projects, original songs, everything that kids can think of creating is available at their fingertips. Pebbles and former Bachelor contestant Ali Manno are both recognizing the importance of excersizing the creative muscles in today’s children. Manno has teamed up with PEBBLES on their mission to spark kids’ creativity with the Never Stop Doo-ing Project. As part of the project, PEBBLES asked kids to submit artwork that they wanted to share with the world with some of that artwork making it on murals in several cities. In doing this, kids are getting to see just how much they are capable of. (The submitted artwork can also be found in their online gallery HERE) Manno talked to us about her own versions of these projects, even factoring in sustainability as she talked about how her and her kids love to look around the recycling bin to turn old things into new projects. We sat down with her to talk all about her partnership with pebbles and how she is working with her kids on their path to creativity. Check out the full conversation below!