Tori Spelling Gets Crafty with Her Kids at Make Meaning

02/22/2013 at 10:00 AM ET

Tori Spelling recently launched a crafts collection and regularly features fun D.I.Y. projects on her site, so it’s no wonder she’s a big fan of Make Meaning — a cool family activity space.

On Monday, the new mom, husband Dean McDermott and three of their little ones (Liam, 5½, Stella, 4½, and Hattie, 16 months) attended the opening of the company’s Thousand Oaks, Calif. location.

The craft of the day: cake decorating! The happy foursome each made their own creation, with Spelling giving youngest daughter, Hattie, a few pointers.

Tori Spelling Make Meaning Opening with Kids
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The Spelling-McDermotts also enjoyed painting ceramics. Liam created a powerful superhero, while Stella made sure to give her princess a colorful ensemble.

With over 50 activities (glass art, jewelry design and soap and candle making), Make Meaning is the perfect place for families looking for fun things to do and to connect creatively.

This isn’t the first time Spelling visited the event space. While expecting 5½-month-old son Finn, she hosted a party for the launch of her new book celebraTORI at a N.Y.C. location.

Tori Spelling Attends Make Meaning Opening with Kids
Michael Simon/startraks

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Lisa on

Anything that brings families together and encourages creativity is awesome!

Jana on

Tori is good mom!!!

smiavs on

Two parents and three kids. How is that a foursome?

EL on

Smiavs– Tori and Dean have four kids and the link was pertaining to their four children, not the event in particular ;)

rachel on

Not a fan of Horsey Torrie…. but SHE HAS THE CUTESTS KIDS… ESPECIALLY LITTLE LIAM AND STELLA

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