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Custom Candy Container

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Ukrainian Easter Eggs

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Block Puzzle

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To solve the mystery posed by a puzzle made of blocks, kids must investigate relationships between shapes and colors. Puzzle blocks help children build thinking skills and are easy for parents to make with paint and stencils. It also makes an easy favor for a baby shower.
Materials
  • 1 sheet of adhesive drawer liner
  • 4 or more plain wooden blocks
  • Cookie cutters
  • Washable nontoxic tempera paint.
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Towel Poncho

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Bandanna Clothing Crafts: Beachcomber Apron and Necktie

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Iron-On Kids' Tote Bag

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A cloth bag makes a natural canvas for young artists. This iron-on design spurs their self-expression, with its coloring book-style outlines and the start of a sweet sentiment: "Mom, I love you because..."
Materials
  • Flower Clip Art
  • Transfer paper (Epson Iron-On Cool Peel Transfer Paper for basic transfer, amazon.com; or Dark T-Shirt Transfers for white-on-dark transfers, avery.com)
  • Scissors or craft knife
  • Ironed pillowcase
  • Natural-fiber (such as cotton) tote bags
  • Iron
  • Sharpie markers in assorted colors
  • Butcher paper
  • Scrap paper
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Cookie Cutter Cards

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Pom-Pom Tom Decoration

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Materials
  • Pom-Pom maker kit*
  • Red, brown, gray, yellow, and white wool yarn
  • Small scissors
  • Red and brown waxed twine
  • Yarn needle
  • Black embroidery floss
  • Medium-size sewing needle
  • Disappearing-ink pen for fabric
  • Black, red, white, brown, and gold wool felt
  • Hot-glue gun
  • Black pipe cleaners
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Custom-Tailored Lights

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