My Crafty Children

My children are very creative. I have shared some of their crafts before on the blog, but truthfully it would take a lot of photos to share everything they have made recently. I mean, every day I spend ages picking up scraps of paper and sequins from the floor, tidying up scissors and felt pens, and admiring the new paper villages, dolls made from plastic bottles, and even the Playdoh models that my daughters are fond of making. They are fans of a TV show called Art Ninja, and that has helped inspire them with even more ideas for new craft projects. And there are regular visits to the Hobbycraft exhibitions in Manchester that we like to attend.


Now, my girls love to be creative with scrap paper and card, and they try to use items from our recycling bin as much as possible. I mentioned above that they recently made dolls out of plastic bottles, and paper clothes to dress them. But they still need pens and pencils to colour in their designs, they need scissors and glue, and they need embellishments. That is where online shopping comes in useful, and today I share with you a special offer from Craftstash: Save 20% Off All Craftwork Cards – use code 20CWC –

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