Creative Techniques for Craft Creations

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Every Wednesday afternoon It’s playtime with our weekly Kids Meme. Thanks to all of you who provide inspiration for the rest of us to enjoy.  I love browsing all the different ideas of kids activities linked up each week. Recently however, I have been on the look-out for a specific “sort” of craft.  Between the Quirky Mommas we have 30 kids ranging from 11 to toddlers. We *need* crafts that a wide range of ages can enjoy together. This week’s “collage” of activities are three creative techniques that you can do with kids of any age, that are simple to produce but with terrific results.
creative craft tecniques
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The members of the Art Club created foil embossed tiles using tacky glue and tin foil. I love the finished product!
Over at Handmade Creativity, they found a great use for all of those old calendars. She cut the pictures up into strips and wove them to create new wall art.
Cathy over at Nurture Store collected all of her children’s “treasures” from a beach trip and used them to decorate cement garden tiles.

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Many thanks to my Co-Hosts who faithfully  showcase this linky on their blogs each and every week.

  • Hands On: As We Grow – a blog full of fun activities and parent tips
  • The Imagination Tree – a definite go-to blog for ideas, my “first stop” for toddler activities
  • Let the Children Play – a preschool site by Jenny who is passionate about getting kids outdoors
  • Messy Kids – a blog by a clown, for and about activities you can do with your kids

Thanks again for linking up – all posts must be family friendly, kid-based, and by linking up you are giving us permission to contact you via email in our nifty newsletter and use one of your photos should we decide to feature you.  Happy browsing!
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An original "Quirky Momma" blogger and "Mommy" to six kids under six, when Rachel is not wiping crayon off the walls or wading through laundry, she can be found exploring and creating with her kiddos. She hopes to be someone who acts justly, loves kindness and walks humbly before God (Micah 6:8).

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