“Love is a Work of Art” #ALEXart Twitter Party 1/24 at 9 PM EST {RSVP Linky}

January 21, 2013 at 13:09 | Posted in Kid's Arts & Crafts | 3 Comments
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Do you like arts & crafts or learning about creative activities for the kids?

Enjoy Twitter parties?

Then you won’t want to miss our “Love is a Work of Art”  Twitter Party THIS THURSDAY (1/24) 9 PM – 10 PM EST! #ALEXart

We’ll be giving away over $175 worth of children’s arts and crafts products! Join us and our hosts, @MyFourMonkeys and @MamaSmiles, to share your favorite Valentine’s Day arts and crafts activities, and to snag a few new ones!!

Here’s the rundown on the party details…

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Priceless Handmade Holiday Decorations

December 14, 2012 at 08:30 | Posted in Crafting, Holidays, Kid's Arts & Crafts | 1 Comment
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One of our family’s favorites Christmas activities is decorating our home. From the lights on the outside of the house, to the Christmas tree, to the stockings on the mantle, wherever you look you’ll see a piece of Christmas.

Each decoration holds a special part of our family’s Christmas spirit, and every year, we create at least one handmade decoration to add to our collection. Sometimes our handmade décor lasts only one year, while others become valued pieces that last from year to year, priceless pieces of our family history.

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Kids love creating Christmas decorations, and there are so many quick and easy holiday décor projects that you can create with your children. Here are a few ideas to get you started on your own handmade holiday collection!

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How To Make Your Own Native American Napkin Rings

November 16, 2012 at 16:41 | Posted in Crafting, Holidays | Leave a comment
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Napkin Rings Dinner TableHere’s a fun way to make decorative napkin rings that look like a Native American headdress. The items required are ones that you almost certainly have on hand in your home, so you’ll be able to set the kids up quickly!

It’s a great opportunity for them to also be involved with the Thanksgiving holiday preparations. They’ll have fun making these easy, colorful crafts, your table will look festive and your guests will be impressed with the personal touch! Smiles all around 🙂

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