This is prime crafting time for your little creative one! Kids love to make things and have a natural gift for color, texture and pattern. The holiday season lends itself so well to kids more is more tendencies!
I have always believed that with fun, attractive, quality materials and time just to dream and create, kids can develop their natural talents. They often need some instruction, but after that, back off!
Today I present gifts for your crafty child.
I love the crafty kits by Klutz. These kits are among our go-to kid gifts for kids. The colors and skills are on point and their step-by-step illustrated books make the techniques very accessible.
Handmade Charlotte, both the blog and the line are fun, trendy, made for DIT (do it together! in stead of do it yourself. Fun, right?) The projects are so satisfying and accessible.
Kid Made Modern. I can't resist buying something from this line each time I go to Target. I love that they offer both projects and supplies. If I want to learn a new skill, there is nothing like a fashionable kit. If I have the skill down, the supplies are a bonus!
Of course, what's a blog post about kids crafts without mentioning Martha. The Martha Stewart's Favorite Crafts for Kids book is big around my house. On a rainy day with only popsicle sticks, drinking straws, buttons, and rubber bands I can keep my kids occupied.
A DIY craft kit is always fun to put together too. Clay, molds or tools, colorful felt, pipe cleaners, ribbon, yarn, paper punch, paper, beads, pompoms, glue, a fun book about crafting, and a crafting book about fun! Your kids imagination can soar. You will be giving them the tools they need to spark imaginative play, foster independent thinking and build self-esteem.
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