Sometimes, as I scroll through Pinterest, inspiration and energy strike me at the same time. I jump up (sort of) from my laptop and ask the kids if they want to do a project. They excitedly answer “yes” “YAY” “is it going to be pink?” as I head to our loosely-named craft cupboard.
I scan the cupboards, realize that I have ten times the amount of paper bags we need but zero drops of something else the craft calls for. I contemplate piling everyone into the car to head to the craft store and then I announce that we are making the famous paper bag puppets and switch a few crayons out for markers before anyone can say we did this last week.
Last week McKenna received the best package in the mail. It was a box of ready-to-make crafts from Crafter’s Crate. Inside this magical box were ALL the supplies for several different crafts. So I can jump up (sort of) and ask if anyone wants to do a craft and then actually have everything we need to make the craft. It’s magical.
The crate we received was full of July 4th themed projects, everything from make-your-own paint to star necklaces. McKenna was eager to shoo the boys away and get to work. We made the necklaces first, of course. She loved having everything we needed but I loved it more.
And there was glitter.
Today I’m so happy to be giving away a Crafter’s Crate to one of my readers. If you’re organized and crafty you will love it, if you’re not organized or crafty you will love it even more. Crafter’s Crate offers monthly subscriptions, you chose how many months you want them delivered and a box of new crafts (and supplies!) arrives at you doorstep. I was supplied with a Crafter’s Crate for purposes of this review.
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