Meet The Dubiens(8 contributions)
I love crafting with my kiddos, creating super fun lunches for them in the kitchen and taking pictures of them. My blog is a place for me to share all these things. I hope you enjoy!
The Imagination Factory(7 contributions)
Listed by the American Library Association as one of the best online resources for kids, The Imagination Factory shows visitors how to make art using materials most people throw away. Some of the activities include drawing, painting, sculpture, collage, papier-mâché, marbling and crafts, and a special section for holiday art and crafts is featured. A Trash Matcher helps visitors find appropriate art activities for the solid waste they have available, and a feature called the Badge Matcher allows Brownies, Girl Scouts and their leaders to quickly locate art activities that help satisfy badge requirements.
Cheri Sicard is the editor of FabulousLiving.com, a website specializing in crafts, holidays, do-it-yourself and more. www.fabulousliving.com
Putti Prapancha(7 contributions)
United Art & Education(7 contributions)
United Art & Education offers over 150 Free Project ideas for the art classroom or at home. Discover a unique selection of products that make learning creative and fun! Choose from teaching resources and decorations, early learning items, and a range of art materials for art educators and students, plus some great gifts.
Glue Dots(7 contributions)
Glue Dots® Adhesives – The New Way to Glue™! Consumers have found endless uses for Glue Dots around the home, school, and office. Glue Dots adhesives are acid-free, lignin-free, non-toxic, easy-to-use, and require no dry time. Glue Dots adhesives provide a strong, versatile and safe adhesive solution that can be used by the entire family. Use Glue Dots adhesives for school projects, home décor, and around the office – the possibilities are endless!
Cut Out + Keep is an online community for making and sharing step-by-step craft tutorials. Members can try out thousands of how-to craft projects, read our online magazine Snippets, listen to the podcast, read our crafty blog, add friends and chat in the forums. The site was started in 2003 as a craft blog by 23-year-old Scottish crafter, Cat Morley. http://www.catmorley.com