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Martha Stewart’s Favorite Crafts for Kids

Martha Stewart’s Favorite Crafts for Kids: 175 Fun Projects to Create, Build, Design, Explore, and Share came out on June 18th. The book is a collection of charming, beautiful, creative and educational crafts projects that parents and kids (ages 3-12) will love to create together.

Not only are the projects fun, but they also serve a practical purpose: kids can wear, decorate, and play with what they make. Projects include Pipe Cleaner Pals and Paper Bag Puppets (for animal lovers), Water Fireworks and Solar System Bedroom (for little scientists), Elephant Stilts and Carpet-Tile Hopscotch (for the most energetic kiddos), and Schoolwork Scrapbooks and Cereal Box Organizers (to keep all ducks in a row).

The book is full color with detailed, photograph instructions; there is also a photo glossary of items needed for a well-stocked craft shelf and a section on basic craft skills like a simple running stitch and papier mache.

While you are at it, check out the new crafts for kids video collection!

Martha Stewart’s Team is offering up a gift package for a giveaway from Martha Stewart Crafts including: a copy of the book as well as some fun surprises from the Martha Stewart Crafts collection

Enter to win by leaving a comment below and let us know why you’d love this! Must be 18+. Winner will be selected at random and then, will be e-mailed! Good luck.

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  • Mary

    My grandchildren would love the creative ideas in the book!

  • joann bruntlett

    would love it for my grandson1

  • Sarah Cobb

    My family and I are moving cross country, from Arizona to Indiana. I will have a craft room in the new house and I will be staying at home for the first time since my son started school. I would love to have craft ideas to work on with him after I pick him up from school.

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