Are you looking for gift ideas for creative kids – these kits are perfect!   Green Kid Crafts is a company that is mom-made and mom-run, and you can tell!   They understand kids and are spot-on with instructions.   Our kids love the variety and textures of the supplies included in the kits.   Congrats to April who won a subscription to Green Kids Crafts.   Go like Green Kids Crafts on Facebook and tell us about your love of crafts in the comments!   Green Kid Crafts is offering a deal just for QM readers – a special offer of one month of free craft kits (3 sustainable craft kits – a $15 value). Just subscribe to ANY of craft subscriptions and you can get one extra month added for free automatically. Be sure to mention “quirky momma” in the online ordering instructions. Deal expires September 14th. . fish card confetti craft What is Green Kid Crafts? It is a subscription service where they will send a packet of crafts each month.   Inside the packet are all of the items needed to do the various crafts (except glue, scissors & markers).   You get a total of 3 inspirational and diverse crafts in each packet.   I just love the fact that all of the items in the kits are kid-friendly, earth-friendly, and safe… and many of the kits had a cultural application. . kits from Green Kids Crafts They have tons of different crafts, so these may not be the ones that your kids get to enjoy, but I know that if your kit is anything like mine, you won’t be disappointed.   The kits we   got to play and create with were filled with paper confetti (a huge hit with the girls), a variety of fabrics, papers, feathers, jewels, buttons, ribbons and felt.   It was great how the various crafts . Eagle man kit . The instructions were detailed, but left room for kids to develop and add their own personal touches.   For my son, the “Great Horned Owl” craft became the Great Owl Man when my son decided he’d rather have a beard than a beak – silly fella.   Exposure to lots of different textures really helps develop fine motor skills! Fine Motor Skills . Thanks Green Kids Crafts for sending us crafts to review. We enjoyed our Green Kid Craft Subscription – and hope you will too! Go visit this week’s sponsor, like them on facebook (click here) and tell us about your love of crafts for a chance to win your own subscription!   Share this contest via facebook or twitter – for extra entries.   Winner will be chosen Monday, randomly.



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  1. I homeschool my 8 yr. old daughter and 3 yr. old son & we love to make all sorts of crafts as part of the daily curriculum in order to bring out the individualism within each of us as a practice of self – growth & creation through the talents given us and to help recycle things we already own from thrift store finds, etc. into beautiful works of art.

  2. We camp seasonally and at the campgound there are crafts every weekend, which the kids love. The lady who does the crafts is always looking for great ideas and with the help of this site we have come up with some wonderful new ideas that cover a wide age range. We now not only have some happy kids, we now have a wide range of happy kids. It’s great to see more kids getting involved and parents too.

    Thank you,
    Pleasant Campers at Pleasantview Campgound!