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Unwrap and Get Crafty

By Isabel Kallman

As you know, we are fans of kids’ craft projects here. Personally, my family would do them more often if the crafts came packaged in nice kits where all you had to do was “unwrap & craft.” It’s the gathering step of a craft project that always prevents us from moving forward. (Probably makes a difference, too, that there are no Michael’s or Joann’s craft emporiums anywhere near us.)
Craft kit
How did I learn this about myself? Last summer, we bought a great stitch kit by Egg Press to create your own doll (pictures above). We filled it with dried beans from the pantry. I had found it through one of my heroes, Design Mom.
DIY doll
DIY Craft doll
Photos by Soulemama

Since then, I have been on the lookout for more “unwrap & craft” kits. I really want this flip doll kit that Soule Mama turned me onto. But alas, they are sold-out for now and too girly for my son. Though I have subscribed to the Umbrella Prints’ shop feed to find out when a boy version of the kit become available. Because? Love this!

project of the month crafts
Today, I’m buying a membership to the Project of the Month Club for my son for the summer. You can buy monthly, bi-monthly, quaterly, or 4-month-in-a-row memberships. Depending on how many kids you buy for and which plan, the cost ranges from c. $15 to $26 per project.  (This service is no longer available, but there are others to choose from, like this one.)

If you know of any other “unwrap & craft” kits or clubs, please let us know in the comments section.

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Isabel Kallman
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Isabel Kallman

Isabel Kallman is the founding mom of Alphamom.com.

Feel free to send nice emails to isabel[at]alphamom[dot]com.

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Isabel Kallman is the founding mom of Alphamom.com.

Feel free to send nice emails to isabel[at]alphamom[dot]com.

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