This Sunday I held a kid's craft class-- mainly with PreK and Kindergardners! Nine girls total-- including triplets and twins-- whew!
It was a ton of fun and while prepping I thought carefully about how to make this super simple, within their attention span, and yet give them exposure to a higher level of crafting than they had before...
So break out one ink color and some punches... Here we go!
The first project used SU's chevron gift bag and the stamp carving-- to make a jack-o-lantern bag!
We then stamped and punched the hexagon "hey pumpkin" to glue to the bag for some color!
I then CASEd a card from Pinterest with the candy corn puzzle! They loved this the best -- especially our two sided designer series paper! We ended up with some creative candy corn!!
For the last card I had the girls stamp and punch again but my critical mistake was letting them play Bingo with candy corn before this one-- we lost a few of the younger ones but we got through it!
They then snacked, watched a show, and played on Marianne's awesome bunk bed witha slide... Then I read them a book and everyone was settled down enough to go home!
I wanted to do this more advanced project with the moms but we got talking and I forgot... I am instead going to make them and give them to the moms as a thank you!
Cute photo holders made with clothespin, tile, and Staz On ink!!
We also tried cinnamon spice ornaments but they were goey and quite the mess...
Oh well-- that's crafting right??