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Fancy doing some crafting with your little ones, but short on time or can’t be bothered to traipse round the shops looking for different activities? You probably know by now that I am ALLLLL about ease and convenience when it comes to crafting! So here are some of the best craft kits you can buy to make things a little less painful! 😀
Organised Chaos With Kids Playdough Kits
I LOVE Organised Chaos with Kids playdough kits. We were kindly gifted a couple last year and they are still firm favourites with the twiglets. The kits come with scented homemade playdough and a whole host of cute bits and bobs, all made from natural materials. Children can create their own little worlds – it’s so open-ended and perfect for imaginative play.
Story Glow Boxes
These craft kits from Story Glow are all based around books and are so lovely. You can get one-off boxes or sign up for a subscription. Each kit comes with a story book and lots of related activities, with a focus on mindfulness which is really lovely.
The Little Purple Box Craft Kits
The Little Purple Box make lovely craft kits and games for little ones. Last year we were gifted their Easter box and it was packed full of different crafty activities. We’re still doing some of them this year!!
My Busy Bots Busy Bags
This isn’t exactly a craft kit but more of an activity your little one can do again and again! My Busy Bots make clever little reusable busy bags full of educational activities to keep children entertained. And the best thing? No mess!
(For transparency, we worked with My Busy Bots before on this Ad, but this post is not sponsored in any way – we just love them!)
Hello Beebox Craft Kits
I haven’t used these before, but the lovely Charlotte, who blogs at Team Stein, recommended Hello Beebox craft kits a while ago as being great gifts (you can read her post here). Their boxes look fab and packed full of fun activities.
Toucan Box Craft Kits
Check out Toucan Box for flexible, educational subscription craft boxes with lovely activities inside. They have a magazine with lots of STEAM activities too. You can choose from a variety of subscription options and also order one-off themed boxes.
Baker Ross Craft Boxes
We’ve used plenty of Baker Ross craft activities before and they’re always fab. They’ve recently started offering a new monthly subscription Craft-It! box which looks amazing. It’s personalised and contains imaginative craft activities for 3-9 year olds.
Well, that’s it! I hope you’ve enjoyed my round-up of the best craft kits for kids! If there are any I’ve missed that you love, do let me know 🙂
Thanks for reading! Til next time,
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