Welcome to the 12 Days of Christmas Cards Challenge!

Excellent! You are officially entered to win the $100 Amazon Gift Card!!! And, very shortly, you will begin receiving some great ideas for Christmas cards that you can make with your kids this holiday season! What a great way to give from the heart, by making something with your hands. You will never be sorry that you spent time crafting with your kids (but you might be sorry if you don’t).  

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FREE Resource Library

If you haven’t already, check out the elite resource library. The items that you find in the resource library, such as printable step by step craft flashcards, patterns for projects on the blog, challenges, child development checklists (and more) are totally FREE for your personal use! You can access the library HERE. Your password is:   create

Things to Come

We are always coming up with interesting and fun ways to encourage even more families to be creating together. And I will keep you up to date on all of the amazing things as they come about. As a matter of fact, as a very appreciated member, you will be the first to know about all of the cool stuff!!! Promise!

What we are all about...

It is my mission to see more and more families crafting together. Doing hands-on creative activities with our kids is so vital to their development. And not only that, but it brings us closer together. But I know how busy you are and how difficult it can be to find time for things other than the absolute essential to getting through the day. So, I have developed a unique approach. EVERY project on this blog is made from the same master list, which fits into one bag. All you have to do is fill up your bag, and you are ready when the moment presents itself. You can find the printable list of what supplies should go in your bag HERE. Less stress, less prep, less mess!

Some Favorite Christmas Posts

A Great Place to Start for Beginning Little Crafties

If you ever have any questions, please email me at hello@inthebagkidscrafts.com. I am always happy to hear from you, and welcome to the family! And I would love to see what you are making together!!! Happy Crafting!