We love children's gifts that challenge imaginations and spur creativity! Rae Friis of http://www.ARMOMMY.com has designed a clever, thoughtful and inexpensive gift to assemble for any kid. Her versatile Build a Fort Kits allow for group play, grand adventures, quiet solitude and a place to nap!
Send your kiddo off to summer camp with a monogrammed camp journal to document their wilderness adventure! Our Kin Parents Producer, Robert Mahar shows you how to create bright monogram stickers using colorful tape and parchment paper! This simple craft is economical and one older kids with scissor skills can easily tackle.
Learning how to make your own envelopes and envelope liners will alter your crafting world! Utilizing Paper Source's ingenious template kits, you simply trace, cut and assemble -- easy peasy. Start with new and/or recycled papers (think vintage maps, wrapping paper, enlarged photo copies) and then prepare to embrace the Paper Source mantra 'Do Something Creative Every Day!'
Jenny Hart of Sublime Stitching shares a clever way of framing your embroidery without damaging your work. No gluing! No cutting! So a year or two down the road when you decide that beautifully embroidered design would look great as a pillow or a quilt square, you can easily remove it from it's frame and repurpose it. Be certain to watch all of Jenny's videos for embroidery basics to more advanced stitching projects.
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