Halloween has come and gone so it’s time to switch gears and start crafting for Thanksgiving! If you’re looking for a kid-friendly project, check out my latest project over on Metro Parent. There you’ll see the most adorable stamps from Stampin! Up that I used to create a set of bookmarks that children can give to the people they’re thankful for this year.
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From grocery stores to your local department store, retailers have been knocking it out of the shopping park when it comes to Halloween decor and supplies this year. If you adore Halloween, your options are endless! Over on Metro Parent I highlighted one of the offerings that really caught my eye, Jo-Ann Fabric & Crafts’ “Maker’s Halloween.” Check out the post to get an idea of what you’ll find at your local Jo-Ann to hopefully inspire your Halloween crafting this year.
There’s still time to make a “First Day of School” sign for you child’s big day! Michigan heads back to school (for the most part) after Labor Day, so grab your supplies and get ready for a frame-worthy photo, thanks to this sign! Get my project how-to over on Metro Parent.
Looking for a fun way to get your kids back in the school mood? Get them excited for a list of new books to read by having them make their own painted pencil bookmarks. It doesn’t take much to make this simple craft – all you’ll need is a craft stick and paint to get going! Check out Metro Parent to get the how-to.