Welcome to the exciting and entertaining world of crafting with children and Kids Crafts 1-2-3! There are so many wonderful things that can come from crafting with children of all ages. From babies to tweens and everything in-between, there are opportunities for bonding and expanding creativity. Kids Crafts 1-2-3 has something for a broad age range of children. Don't overlook a project for a toddler that is labeled for a tween! With a few tweaks in skill level, most of these projects could easily work for any age group.
In Our Eleventh Issue
School is out, but craft camp is in session. With a few craft supplies (most you probably have around the house already) and a copy of Kids Crafts 1-2-3, you are ready to keep your kids busy all summer long. Camp is expensive, but creativity is free and endless.
In June, you and the kids are still adjusting to being around each other all day again. Now is a great time to suggest a fun craft to keep idle hands busy. Father’s Day is this month, why not make a handmade gift? This issue of Kids Crafts 1-2-3 has several fun DIY projects just for dad. There is a Jonathan Adler inspired vase so cute Mom will want to keep it up all year long.
Show your patriotic and crafty spirit this 4th of July with Kids Crafts 1-2-3. I’m looking forward to trying my hand at rag rug making while my kids poke toothpicks into Styrofoam to make firecracker statues. Bomb Pop Shirts, Uncle Sam Pins and 4th of July Wands will help create a perfectly patriotic outfit.
This issue is literally chalked full of fun. No really, there is a tutorial on how to make your own sidewalk chalk. Healthy watermelon ice pop recipes will tempt taste buds and make Mom happy. Even tweens and teens will enjoy making tie-dye purses, cupcake key chains and stenciled jean shorts. This summer with Kids Crafts 1-2-3 keep calm, cool and craft on.