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Hi! I'm Joy...

And I am here to help! It is so important for kids to be doing hands-on activities, and crafts are the perfect thing. Not only can they develop needed developmental hand skills, but creating together can truly make families stronger! But who has the time!?! So, to make it easier for you to make crafting actually do-able, I have developed a system. Check out the "fill your bag" page to find out how to prepare your craft kit so that you can make every single project on this blog. Just grab your bag and craft along in whatever time you can carve out in your day. It only takes a few minutes to create memories.
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