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Start off your craft tools collection with some of the basics. These essentials are perfect to build upon as your little crafter’s skills and experience improve.
Since paper dulls scissors, it’s a good idea to designate one pair of scissors for paper and one pair for fabric and ribbon. Note -- these may require adult supervision!
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Paintbrushes with thick handles are ideal for younger crafters. The brush size will also depend on the project itself. Begin with a basic brush set and some smaller stencil brushes.
From $15, jcpenney.com
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Glitter can be messy, so we recommend that young crafters work over a tray that makes cleanup a cinch. It comes in a variety of beautiful colors and sizes, so you’ll find a perfect vial of glitter for each project.
From $10.29, marthastewartcrafts.com
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