Stitch Camp: 18 Crafty Projects for Kids & Tweens – Learn 6 All-Time Favorite Skills: Sew, Knit, Crochet, Felt, Embroider & Weave is an awesome book. This guide is geared toward girls and boys ages through 9-14 years old but can be used by anyone.
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Christmas Papercrafting: Holiday Cards, Gift Tags, and More is a wonderful collection that captures the joy, festiveness, and fun that the season has to offer. Inside there are greeting cards, mini cards, gift tags, bookmarks, envelope templates, frameable art, and a plethora scrapbook paper. Whether well seasoned in this craft or a complete beginner, I feel strongly there’s something inside for everyone.
A few weeks ago, my family and I visited the Oregon Flock and Fiber Festival. It was celebrating its 22nd year this Autumn. We’ve visited every year for the last six! It’s always fun to see all the animals, crafts, and happy people when we go.
The Colortime Crafts and Markers: Halloween Glow-In-The-Dark Tote bag is really cool! It illuminates in darkness after being charged in indoor/outdoor light making it the perfect pick for an evening of trick or treating. Aside from the cool glowing feature, the tote can be customized completely in an array of colors.
Mom and Me: An Art Journal to Share By: Lacy Mucklow and Bethany Robertson is a great way for those that enjoy drawing to connect together. This book is designed for a mother and child to express their feelings through art side by side. Ages six through 15 seems to be the best fit, in my opinion.
This Summer season I sent by the QuartoKnows Publishing Group the book Stick it to ‘Em: Playful Stickers to Color & Create by Baily Fleming. I love coloring, decorating and being creative in fun new ways so I was certainly interested in this title. I enjoyed collecting and using stickers as a kid and still love them even now. An opportunity to not just color but to create my very own to customize my notebooks, binders, and snail mail to friends and family sounded like a great idea.