30 November 2006

Holiday craft ideas for kids?

My buddy Sarah at urbanMamas is soliciting peoples' favorite holiday craft ideas. There are already some nice suggestions in the comments on that post, including a pointer to one of my favorite sites, Kiddley. I also recently posted about Kids Craft Weekly as a source of good ideas. If you have any favorite crafts or sites to share, head on over to urbanMamas and leave a comment.

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We're also looking for any holiday related links at Squibbles - we already have some good ones for Christmas. http://www.mysquibbles.com

how about an ornament made of your child's handprint in plaster of paris? paint the handprint white, and the "background" plaster blue. when the blue dries, paint a bunch of tiny white snowflakes in the background (or use stickers), making your child's hand the biggest, most original snowflake of them all!

remember to poke a hole at the top of the ornament with a pencil or nail in the plaster before it dries, to string the yarn to hang your ornament.

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