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Get crafty! 4 great sources for kid’s crafting ideas

by Lisa  

Dollar Store Crafts

This amazingly fun and frugal crafting blog rounds up regular inspiration using bits and pieces you might already have around your house. Wine cork mushrooms, an edible dish made of leftover candies, gift bags made of recycled newspapers, pompom strawberries, a sunglasses storage rack

Made by Joel

A sweet blog that focuses on crafts for kids and families, madebyjoel.com has crafty activities for girls AND boys. Just check out this dinosaur craft using paperclips to help them stand up. A quick paper necktie can stand in for the real thing in a pinch (though probably not on your husband),

One Pretty Thing

This blog focuses on really cute stuff that you can make with your kids (or just by yourself!) Here’s their latest kids’ craft roundup.

Tried & True

By a crafty mama , Tried & True offers up plenty of tutorials for making crafty things. Some of it you can do with your kids, and some of it you can make for your kids. Love this one for Emotion Cards. She has a testy 3-year-old son who sounds a lot like mine, and these real-picture cards would be fantastic for talking about emotions!

Kids Activities Blog

KidsActivitiesBlog.com has lots of great fun things to do with kids, some crafty, others more activity-like (think magic tricks, games, play ideas). Check out Macaroni Art,  I love that the site is organized by your kid’s age so you can find appropriate activities easily: baby, toddler, preschooler, kindergartener, elementary, and middle schoolers.

Where do you usually go for your kids’ crafting ideas?

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