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    Default Essentials for a craft kit?

    I am making a craft box for DSs 2nd birthday, problem is I really have no idea what to put in it! Any ideas?

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    paints
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    scissors for little fingers
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    old cut off's of material
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    old boxes, egg cartons, margarine containers etc

    that's all I can think of at the moment.
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    *shudders* a nice big plastic mess mat to put on the ground. And make sure they use it. Grr you can tell I've had trouble with this lately lol.

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    Hehe CMF, that is a good tip thank you! Thanks so much onionskin, heaps of stuff in there I wouldn't have thought of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMF View Post
    *shudders* a nice big plastic mess mat to put on the ground. And make sure they use it. Grr you can tell I've had trouble with this lately lol.
    I can't believe I forgot the most important item. I use a flannel back plastic table cloth from the two dollar shop, and plastic shower curtain are great too.

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    Butchers paper, kiddy scissors, pom poms, matchsticks...

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    Thank you peanutmonkey where would I find butchers paper? Is it sort of like tracing paper?

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    A bit thicker than tracing paper, its basically just a big roll of paper. I get mine from ikea or masters hardware or bunnings

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    Our three yr old daughter LOVES googly eyes!

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