Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Rainy Day Book of Things to Make and Do Crafts for Kids Giveaway!

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Today's post is sponsored by the fabulous Roland Peters and Small! 

Rainy Day Book of Things to Make and Do by Catherine Woram should have the word FUN in the title!  I have seen many arts and craft books for kids through the years and I find most do not really have anything "extra" or are not put in a fun way that appeals to me (or quite frankly...some I find boring)

 This book - Rainy Day Book of Things to Make and Do - I love!  It has absolutely loads of crafts that are fun and totally do-able for moms and kids.  
I highly recommend.
The cover says 3-10...however I totally recommend ages 2 and up! 
(the little ones need your help)

With every thing from paper crafts, sewing and nature crafts - this book has something for everyone!

We made lovely "growly" alligators! (my little one growls every time he sees...every time!)

The book has the Cheeky Alligator with googly eyes.  I do not have my massive craft bins for the summer, so we used paint instead and it was just as fun and alligators are adorable! 

Instruction for crafts are easily explained with lots of pictures to show steps.  I am a very visual person, so this is quite important for me! 
(little one, with paint all over, helping with the pic)


If you want to start making things with your kids now - here is the Amazon link for Rainy Day Book of Things to Make and Do by Catherine Woram. 

The author lives in London and has several fabulous craft and art books for kids, Rainy Day Book of Things to Make and Do is her newest. 

We are giving away a copy of Rainy Day Book of Things to Make and Do Crafts for Kids!  

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A copy was provided for review purposes.  No other compensation was received.  Growly alligators, happy kids and opinions are my own!  (the link to Amazon is NOT an affiliate)

2 comments:

Declan Cash's Mom said...

We are the worst about doing crafts with the kids. We have art supplies, but it seems to be such a mess. My kids mostly end up coloring and I often print coloring pages for them. My son is tape happy, too. He'll put tape on anything to make a creature or rocket or whatever is in his imagination that day.

Stacy Lane said...

We do a lot of painting & coloring! My daughter loves to finger paint. She enjoys crafts & I'm so glad!