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    Default What's in your craft box?

    I'm on maternity leave in 4 months so starting to get a craft box organised. DD will be 2 and I'll have a year off. I need help what to add. Please help!! I need nitty gritty including x type of glue.
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    And Pom poms

    That's it what else to add?
    I have no glue what's the best type?

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    I have both kids PVA glue and some UHU glue sticks. Other crafty things I have are:
    Coloured and plain paper and card
    Scraps of fabric, lace, ribbon and wool
    Buttons
    Stickers - white dots are great for eyes
    A stapler, scissors and masking tape

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    Kmart and reject shop have great craft supplies ☺

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    My DD loves glitter glue. You can get packs in multiple colours. We also have coloured paper/card, foam to make shapes, feathers, pasta for gluing onto paper or threading onto string. Paper plates to make puppet/animals

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    Crayola washable paint and textas
    The front of old cards
    Glitter glue pens
    Coloured felt, paper and cardboard
    Dry, dyed pasta
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    What do you store it all in

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    What do you store it all in
    I put everything in snap lock bags and keep it in a plastic tub.


 

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