How to Connect With Your Kids {Happy Handmade}

Are you looking for new ways to connect with your kids? I think we all want to do that in a deeper way but sometimes figuring out new ways to do it, is the challenging part.

We’ve recently all fallen in love with this new ebook called Happy Handmade (affiliate). We love it because it gives all of us the inspiration we need for moments of connection with our crafty kids.

 

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Do you find yourself always getting distracted on Pinterest when you log on and try to find something fun to do with the kids? Yeah, us too! This book has 115 page of fun crafts to make with your kids.

From decorations, to practical crafts and even some playful crafts. (We’re obsessing over the simple cardboard dollhouse.) 

If dolls aren’t your speed, you can make this super fun space ship too. Molly gave us special permission to share a few pages of the book with you. Isn’t it fun?

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The crafts have varying stages of difficulty so you can start with the simple ones and work your way up. Regardless of the ones you choose, these are so many awesome ideas in here that you will have lots of hours of connecting with your kids.

If they like to do crafts solo, there are plenty of options for that as well. Do them together, or use the book to keep the kids entertained while you get work done so you have more time to play together later! The instructions are easy to understand and the picture tutorials make it super easy to follow along.

The close of the book offers project templates to get you started on some of the more difficult crafts!

We simply can’t recommend this book enough (buy it here)! It’s so fun, your kids are bound to fall in love with it and get hours of enjoyment from it!

What is your favorite way to connect with your kids? Which of these crafts will you do together first?




Paula Rollo About Paula Rollo

Paula Rollo is a young wife, mama, author and professional blogger. She has recently published her first book entitled: When baby becomes big sibling.

You can find more of Paula's writing on her blog BeautyThroughImperfection.com where she writes candidly about her life as a young wife/mama and strives to encourage others in their daily lives.  Keep in touch with Paula on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter!