Welcome to another week of Made for Kids! I am so glad you have taken time to stop by. I don’t know about you, but it is getting busy already at our house with holiday fun. We attended a Christmas parade this weekend and have the kids’ school program as soon as Thanksgiving is over.
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Meet Your Hostesses:
- The Resourceful Mama
- Play Dough & Popsicles
- Raising Little Superheroes
- Books and Giggles
My co-hostesses and I have been busy this week. Here’s what we have been working on lately.
- How to Make Your Own Shimmery Puff Paint by Playdough & Popsicles
- Easy Candy Cane Ornament by Books and Giggles
- Paper Plate Christmas Wreath by The Resourceful Mama
- Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Cardboard Tube Craft by Raising Little Superheroes
This DIY Wrapping Paper linked up by Raising Fairies and Knights and is a great way to get kids involved in gift wrapping.
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