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Old 01-25-2012, 05:17 AM   #1
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My daughter is helping the home schooled children in a Wednesday School and needs easy crafts for children ages 6-9 using stamps, paper and cricut maybe. Would anyone be able to help?
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This site isn't in English, but the pictures are easy to follow.

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This is pretty easy - then they can stamp their own valentine's cards or something.



But I think a big bucket of foam shapes is pretty cheap - and I am sure you could find a substitute for the lids (wood blocks, foam blocks, etc) or just buy a big package of Sunny D mini bottles and drink them in the next few days. LOL
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Depending on how many kids and how many ink pads you have....

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I could go on and on.... I am always collecting fun ideas for my kids.
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I recommend these two sites for kids' craft ideas: DLTK's Printable Crafts for Kids and Kids Crafts | Scout Crafts, Free Printables, Recycled Crafts, and Discount Craft Supplies from MakingFriends.com
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I am looking for information on making coasters with kids for gifts.
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