Shoplet Winter Craft Giveaway!

Our other big giveaway for the month (make sure to enter our iPhone 4 S giveaway if you haven’t already) is our Winter Craft Giveaway! We decided to put together a craft giveaway for all those families who will have kids on winter break with nothing to do. You can put them to work making wrapping paper, ornaments, snowflakes, gift tags, etc with all these great supplies. Seriously, these packages are huge! And we’re going to pick 3 winners!

Check out what you’ll get in your package if you win –

1 – Mead Academie Drawing Pads
2 – Mead Academie Book of Colors
3 – Carter Red Stamp Pad
4 – Carter Blue Stamp Pad
5 – Carter Black Stamp Pad
6 – Bic Squeezable Wite-Out

1 – Paper Mate Sharpwriter Pencils
2 – Sharpie Calligraphy Markers
3 – Bic Mark-it Permanent Markers
4 – Pilot Precise Grip Extra Fine Rollerball Pens
5 – Pentel Color Pen Sets
6 – Col-Erase Colored Pencils
7 – Pentel Hi-Polymer Block Eraser
8 – Elmers Paint Pens

1 – Reindeer Duck Tape
2 – Candy Cane Duck Tape
3 – Acco Rubber Band Ball
4 – Swingline Hole Punch
5 – Stanley Bostitch Hot Glue Gun
6 – Duck Double Stick Tape
7 – Duck Poster Putty

1 – Bostitch Small Stapler and Bostitch Mini Staplers
2 – Avery Glue Sticks
3 – Avery Iron-on T-Shirt Transfers
4 – Avery Shipping Tags
5 – Avery See-Through Removable Dots
6 – Acco Brass File Fasteners
7 – Acco Regal Clips
8 – Avery Marks-A-Lot Black Permanent Markers
9 – Pilot Medium Point Silver Marker
10 – Pilot Gold Marker
11 – Avery Foil Stars
12 – Trodat Smiley Stamp and Trodat Star Stamp
13 – Pentel Fabric Pastel Dye Sticks
14 – Pentel Oil Pastels
15 – Sanford Red and Blue Pencils

(New items added!)
1 – Westcott Titanium Razor Paper Cutter
2 – Westcott Kids 5″ Blunt Soft Handle Scissors with Microban Protection
3 – Westcott Kids 5″ Blunt Scissors with Microban Protection
4 – Westcott Stainless Steel Childrens Safety Scissors
5 – Westcott Jeweltone Plastic Ruler

(Please note: Each package will be different. There are a few items that will only be in 1 or 2 of the packages)

Ready to win?

Leave a comment on this post telling us about your favorite winter/holiday craft project to do with your kids (or grandkids or nieces and nephews, etc)

Get extra entries by:
1. Subscribing to this blog via Email or RSS – 3 extra entries!
2. Following @shoplet on Twitter and tweeting about this giveaway with #wintercraftgiveaway
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4. Writing about this giveaway on your blog (include a pic from this post in your post) for 2 extra entries!

We will pic 3 winners using on Monday, December 12th! Good luck and Happy Holidays!

P.S. I will be posting different craft ideas to use the items in the giveaway packages on the blog this week.

286 thoughts on “Shoplet Winter Craft Giveaway!”

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  2. Rachel Miller says:

    My daughter and I like to crochet together :)

  3. Teresa Lendy says:

    My 4 year old is amazing. I really belive she is going to grow up to be a great artist. She sits and draws, colors, paints, and just wants to do arts and crafts all day. This set would be perfect for her. We like to decorate pinecones and turn them into mini Christmas trees. We also like to make the rings that you break off each day till you get to Christmas!!! We love art!!!

  4. michele malone says:

    we do so many creative things together. we love painting, sewing, adn cooking.

  5. Janet Sawyer-Brown says:

    Gather twigs from the yard. Be sure to have one about 2 feet long to use as the main piece of the mobile. Use different colors of yard to tie smaller twigs along the main twig. Be sure to balance the mobile after each twig you add. Using yarn, tie Christmas ornaments from the twigs. The idea is to have several balanced decorations from balanced twigs. It can be as long and difficult as you want to make it. Foam balls, tinsel and small snow flakes make an interesting collage.

  6. Janet Sawyer-Brown says:

    I love to traces each child’s hands on thick cardboard to use as a templet to cut out green construction paper hands. Use a pot pie aluminum pan turned upside down as a base. Stick a long green pipe cleaner through the center and knot on the bottom underneath. Use a hole punch to poke a hole a half inch from the edge of the palm. Slide the pipe cleaner through the hole of each paper hand. String a colorful bead on top of each stack of 5 hands to space out the branches. Turn the fingers out in different directions to make them look like tree branches. As you go farther up the pipe cleaner, move the punch hole closer towards the center of the palm to make the tree cone shaped. To decorate your tree, either color decorations on the fingers with crayons or glue decorations made from construction paper on each hand.

  7. Adeline chow says:

    My favorite winter craft project is to make santa holiday cards with my kids. I am just amazed how much fun kids will have with this simple, but fun deft project.

  8. Rhonda D says:

    My favorite ‘craft’ I like to do with my kids is to make, shape, bake and decorate sugar cookies!
    We’ve used this recipe almost 30 years now, complete with dozens of cookie cutters, a butter icing and sprinkles of all kinds and I can’t wait to do them FOR & WITH our grandchildren… whenever that day arrives. Merry Christmas!

  9. Trisha Thornburgh says:

    I love to make coffee filter snow flakes and paper garlands with kiddos!
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  15. Cori Westphal says:

    Every year I take a picture of each of my kids and then we make a christmas ornament with the pic on it for that year. I have them from when they were babies and this will be our 9th year! It’s fun to look back at how they’ve changed!

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  16. Jill says:

    I like to make stained glass candle holders with my second grade students each year.
    We cut up small pieces of colored tissue paper and glue it to the outside of a baby food jar. Then we tie a ribbon around the top, put a tea light candle in it and we have a lovely gift for our parents!

  17. Tasha says:

    I love making Christmas tree ornaments. The kids love contributing to the tree

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  23. Audra Weathers says:

    We like to make candles this time of year. It’s so easy and it’s fun letting them pick the colors and shapes. We even did a few once with the crushed ice and the milk cartons so that once the ice melted there were holes in the candle. We’ve also made soap to give as gifts using the basic soap you can get at the craft supply stores that melts in the microwave.

  24. Kev says:

    Make colorful snowflakes with kids.

  25. Crystal H. says:

    I love making snowflakes and ornaments with the kiddos!

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  32. Connie says:

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  33. Amy Orvin says:

    My favorite holiday project is making a gingerbread house with my mom.

  34. tomi says:

    One of my fave activities is make collages out of old pictures, newspapers & magazines.

  35. Natalie Howard says:

    I love to make ornaments with the children in my class. I love the reindeer clothespin ornament, clay handprints, decorative glass balls, there are so many great holiday crafts.

  36. Barbara Mayes says:

    I like to go to Hobby Lobby and get those little ornament making kits to do with the grandkids!

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  42. Anna says:

    We love to go out in the wood and pick leaves and the glue them to a paper and make art

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  44. Elizabeth Braun says:

    We make holiday ornaments to give to family and friends

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  49. Barbara Platt says:

    I love crafts making any with kids, like making Christmas ornaments. I also like to do scrapbooking with them

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  53. penny woods says:

    We are making snowflake garland for the house.

  54. Carole Spring says:

    We like to cut out paper snowflakes, string popcorn garlands, and bake & decorate cut-out cookies.
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  55. Linda says:

    I teach kindergarten and the kids love to work on snowflakes, gingerbread people, we also make reindeer. We also learn about Hanukkan and Kwanza and work on crafts. To end we make gifts for families, usually some sort of picture frame.
    The craft package would really help out since out budget has been cut and providing the “extras” to make these different crafts and other through out the year falls on kindness of donations.

  56. Lee says:

    I love crafts and sharing that love with the children of Maison de Lumiere orphanage in Haiti each summer – so I would love to win a craft package – anyone – I would take the supplies with me next year! I subscribe to the blog and email…..

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  58. H. Moore says:

    Every Christmas my daughter and I always make a special ornament. This year we are adding her own homemade paper link garland to her own Christmas tree.

  59. J. Bickel says:

    My favorite craft with my kids is making packages filled with our home made goodies and giving them away to all of our friends and family.

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  62. Jerry Fair says:

    I enjoy helping the kids write letters to Santa… they draw Christmas decorations on the letters and have a great time!

  63. AJ says:

    For family gatherings I love to have the kids make custom picture frames. We take pictures of everyone the first few days of a trip, at dinner, games, walks with the kids and then we take all of our supplies and make picture frames and then each family gets a few to take home.

  64. thepricklypinecone says:

    We love making a wreath every year with my niece and nephew. They get to be creative and I help them make it a reality!

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  66. Briena K says:

    I love to make paper snowflakes! Best winter project ever!

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  71. BrendaLea says:

    I gather my two Grandson’s and we make ornaments from recycled items each year. Last year it was from light bulbs, this year from pine cones, and who knows what next year will bring. Then we share these with friends and family…it’s our tradition. We love it and so do the receivers. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome set of craft supplies.


  72. Mary Schneider says:

    The holidays are a time for family. I totally enjoy making cookies with the grand kids. Their smiles and laughter and icing all over their faces is Christmas.

  73. Chantal says:

    Decorating sugar cookies and Christmas ornaments is always a fun project to do with the kids…

  74. Aisazia says:

    My favorite winter craft is my traditional illustrations with the addition of adding sparkles! :D Following on twitter and RSS. Did you mean to like Shoplet on Facebook? Cause I did that. XD

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  76. Beth Borysewich says:

    We do cut snowflakes that we hang throughout the house.

  77. Cheryl K says:

    I like to have them make construction paper trees, wreaths and anything their heart desires.

  78. Dan D says:

    Wow, my six kids would love this prize.

  79. Kimberly Ulrich says:

    I love making holiday crafts. Some of my favorites are reindeer using clothespins, and homemade ornaments.

  80. Lisa S. says:

    Forgot to add that I helped my sister put up her Christmas tree at Thanksgiving. This year we decorated it with cross stitch ornaments that I have made over the year, as well as ornaments her boys made when they were much younger…like paper chains, painted wooden spools, plaster ornaments, paper and foam picture frames, popsicle stick creations, etc. One of the most recent was from just last year: a decorated silver test tube from high school chemistry class. Those boys are so crafty!

  81. Lisa S. says:

    My nephews are ages 21, 17 and 6. Just had a great time making Christmas cookies with my two oldest over Thanksgiving. My youngest nephew likes to paint and draw homemade Christmas gifts like picture frames. Hopefully, I will see all three boys during the holiday season.

  82. Betty Valentin says:

    Since my grandchildren moved in with me ages 2 to 6, I have learned once again how much fun it is to be creative. The children loved making Christmas chains made of construction paper and tape and we hung them around the house. Also personalized Christmas cards with very unique drawings (Imagine 2 -4- and 6 year old drawings). I hope to win this package to make all holidays a family oriented craft making time.

  83. Peggi Billman says:

    I no longer make decorations with my kids as they are grown and all grandchildren live in Brazil. BUT, I know a lot of needy children via our local Hope Center and would LOVE to see them have the delight of making paper chains, ornaments, pine cone wreaths, etc. If I won this it would be donated to the Joelton Hope Center to benefit disadvantaged children in my home town.

  84. Sandy says:

    I love making snowflakes and spheres from paper! Last year, the children of the Chorus of Westerly made thousands of paper snowflakes to decorate the performance hall for our Christmas Pops concerts. I was privileged to be an adult also allowed to make snowflakes. :-) I hope to use geodesic paper sphere ornaments someday for Christmas Pops…

  85. Leslie Anne says:

    Love to make STUFF thru the Holidays. Print out huge supply of gift tags and cut outs. Turns out puppys beat kittens 5-1 dang it for kids favorites. I once took a supply to a Xmas party and was stuck for the whole time on the floor (over 3 hours) with children ages 3-12 messmerized with the very safe paper cutter and they got to fold them and color some and they had a blast as did the adults who were getting them as fast as the kids could make them and hand them out. We give away 50-100 boxes of Crayola 24 color crayons a year to the teachers up here from 1st grades through 4th. Some of these kids arrive at the party as do their teachers. I make sure the subjects are family friendly and in good taste. But really this has to be one of my favorite kids things. For one thing it allows with supervision kids to cut the paper. I align it and set it up and then let a little one pull the cuter. Safety is always adhered to. Everyone gets turns and I’m always amazed at the interest. Also how long they last. Who said kids don’t have attention spans…they can wear me out long before they are ready to quit or lose interest. Kids are amazing and give them a little they make so much more of it. If I win the box of supplies it’ll progably all go to them or another party where the adults are as smitten by the whole process of the kids being smitten as I am. Plus anything that’s realy cool will be donated to the schools and looks like there is a lot of great stuff here.

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  91. Teresa says:

    Making tags for presents out of old Christmas cards is fun.

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  94. Kathy P. says:

    When my kids were little, we used to make ornaments out of paper and play-doh and all sorts of things. Now that everybody’s grown lder, we don’t make much, although I do have a book on Chrstmas origami that I amy try some things from soon.

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  99. Hyeku says:

    We just made snowflakes in my 1st grade class! I love the variation you get with every snip.

  100. Lisa says:

    We like to make coffee filter snowflakes.

  101. Brianna Grant says:

    During the Holidays my crafts are in my baking. We bake assorted cookies with all of the young kids in the family and draw snow men & christmas trees to hang around the house with their names on them. [Plus im a freak for sharpie/bic/ etc any kind of supplies I want it lol

  102. JudyO says:

    Nothing can be more fun than watching children create Christmas treasures.
    We love to make coat hanger Christmas trees, pine cone ornaments, colored macaroni/pasta and popcorn garlands, tree branch reindeer, marshmallow snowmen and glitter angels. It always amazes me what the children create with what we have at home. Imagination rules at this house!!

  103. Lisa Evans says:

    One of my favorite craft activities is making those paper chains to hang over doorways (i.e., a 1st/2nd grade craft project). I use a variety of paper and card stock in lots of different colors.

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  106. Ariele says:

    I’m still young myself but i would love to use this with my younger cousins!
    We love to make nut crackers out of toilet paper tubes

  107. becky says:

    One of my favorite activities is making homemade wrapping paper by having my nieces draw and color on plain white paper that’s sold on a roll. I also like to use the foam sticky shapes for the older nieces and nephews to work with the younger ones who can’t read or write, yet. Homemade paper always makes parents pause and smile really big knowing that their children made the paper just for them. Finally, after the holiday, I encourage the children to write thank you notes to the people who purchased or made something for them for the holiday. That way the giver feels warmth and happiness knowing that their thoughtfulness was appreciated.

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  112. John Darrow says:

    Folding up paper and cutting it to make snowflakes. My grandson lives with us now so I’ll need to show that to him!
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  113. katieneu says:

    Every year my family and I create a holiday card wreath. We tend to get a lot of cards each year and we don’t have a place to put them. Therefore, we make a new creative location for them to be displayed. It allows for organization and neatness too! We always make sure the year is shown so we can distinguish the difference from year to year. It is a fun family filled activity and looks cute too!!

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  115. Terri K (@tkharmonic) says:

    My favorite winter/holiday craft project to do with my son:

    Every year we make salt dough ornaments and gift tags. That’s my favorite, it’s tradition for three generations now and I love it.

    My son’s favorite project are the Christmas posters. We make a 12 days of Christmas poster, and then when we have gatherings, I have extra posterboard for the kids to make posters with that we put up above the food tables. It keeps the kids busy, and my son likes being “in charge”.

  116. Kev says:

    Anything with papers, scissor, stapler and glue.

  117. Brooke V says:

    my favorite craft to make with my daughter is ones that involve painting her hands and feet!!

  118. Louise Lucchetti says:

    I love to teach arts and crafts! I spend time with my nieces working gimp,making bracelets and necklaces with beads , leather crafts, and anything else they want to learn.

  119. Sean says:

    Paper chains for the tree, snowflakes, and craft-stick ornaments! My daughter is an arts & crafts fanatic and loves drawing with oil pastels, markers, colored pencils and whatever else she can find.

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  121. Trudy Irwin says:

    Love doing crafts with my kids. We make a lot of homemade snowflakes.

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  123. Marge says:

    Love to do all kinds of crafting with my granddaughter. Plan on making paper chains for the Christmas Tree this year. My granddauhter is 3 this year.
    We just finished Foam Snowmen and Santas.

  124. Milcah says:

    Just about anything involving glitter is great for holiday crafts with the kids ;).

  125. Francesca says:

    I will do little presents for my dear ones, maybe with crochet. :)

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  126. Barbara says:

    Making and decorating ornaments to hang in windows and doorways using paper, cardboard, holiday cards, photos, etc.

  127. Julie (O-kami) says:

    Christmas cookies!!

  128. Desiree Hesse says:

    I love crafts of all kinds. Just recently I made a Tea Wreath.

  129. Cristina says:

    I’ve always wanted to start a scrap book for the holidays. I have everyone onver and this would be o so much fun.

  130. June Hagan says:

    Lots of great things to share with others.. thanks Shoplet

  131. Kristin says:

    I scrap book every family holday and will deff need these supplies to help with my Christams pages

  132. Kristin M says:

    I just got back from a 2 week vaction in Paris…I could really use these to help put my scrap book together :)

  133. Kristin M says:

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE crafting!!! I have 2 rooms in my home dedicated to crafting and all my supplies!

  134. pauline miller says:

    My 8 year old Nephew will be staying with me through Christmas. This would keep him busy!!

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  137. Jill says:

    My Daughter and I have been busy making beaded Christmas tree ornament hooks for everyone in the family and all the neighbors and all our friends. It will be a bright and beady Christmas this year!

  138. Katie says:

    I love to make custom decorated stockings for family and friends – even made one for the dog!!

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  139. Ashley K says:

    I love teaching my cousins how to make snowflakes when they come over :)

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  143. Sarah Scott says:

    My favorite winter craft to make with my kids, and now with my grandkids is Christmas ornaments for our tree. I’ve been making beaded ornaments for 25 years, and we also make all different kinds of ornaments made with many things, beads, Popsicle sticks, styrofoam, ceramics & paint.
    We have a lot of fun making them and then it’s fun to look at them each year and remember what we made other years.
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  144. Fraser Ward says:

    I love projects and this would be great!!

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  147. Janet says:

    My favorite winter/holiday craft project to do with my daughter is creating a scrapbook of her choice. A fun one we worked on last year was of a concert that she attended — she did a beautiful job with it. I was definitely surprised by how nice it turned out. She’s got a real knack for craft projects, that’s for certain.

  148. Azslyn Cole says:

    my favorite craft project to do with my kids is make little 3D reindeers and snowmen for christmas =}

  149. Fleur Ang says:

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  153. Hyeku says:

    I want to win this for my 1st grade classroom!

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  161. Michelle Gardner says:

    I love making wreaths! My mother passed down the tradition from her father.

  162. Laureen says:

    Popcorn garlands

  163. Terri B says:

    Construction paper Christmas trees & using a hole punch to make different color ornaments & a glue stick to decorate the tree.

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  175. Debbie C says:

    My favorite Christmas craft with kids is simply making their own personalized Christmas cards. We usually do them for immediate family, tailoring each to the family member’s hobbies, likes, personality etc. It’s fun and creatively stimulating for the child.

  176. LeeAnn P. says:

    We like making cut out snowflakes. It’s fun to see how much more intricate they get each year as the kids’ skills improve.

  177. Angel says:

    Cutting out little Xmas trees with construction paper, usually for things like putting them on the fridge. The classic construction paper chain for the Xmas tree is another thing I remember as well.

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  178. Rae Henderson says:

    My kids and I enjoy makeing Christmas decorations and ornaments every year like tissue flowers origami stars and tree ornaments out of decorative papers. Paper chains, banners and fun shapes for the walls and windows…just to name a few.

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    Favorite craft project – making turkeys out of large pine cones & feathers.

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  186. Cindy Dawkins says:

    I love helping my grandsons make Christmas wreaths – by tracing their hand onto construction paper or fun foam. Then cutting them out and glue them together. They are so cute – such little hands.

  187. Cassie says:

    I love making christmas tree ornaments with my niece, using salt dough. Then we can hang them on the tree afterwards!

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  193. Kelly Brown says:

    My favorite craft to do is to make our own homemade Christmas cards to give to our family members!

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  199. Saundra M says:

    I like to make paper Christmas ornaments with my granddaughters. This year they are old enough to help bake cookies and we are doing pinecone bird feeders. Great giveaway!

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  202. Sara Phillips says:

    I LOVE making an advent string with my kiddos!! (I add the treats after they go to bed so that each day is a surprise!)

  203. grace says:

    those angel paper clips. Those so fun to make and they come out soo cute.

  204. Jessica says:

    I love to color and decorate paper and then cut out snowflakes. I also paint sweatshirts with holiday scenes!

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  207. Kathy says:

    I get some butcher paper, markers and stamps and have them make their own wrapping paper~

  208. Mary says:

    Make reindeer by tracing around child’s foot on brown construction paper for the face & tracing both hands on green construction paper for antlers. Glue antlers on top of reindeer head, draw or glue on eyes & add a red pompom for the nose.

  209. LisaT says:

    my favorite winter craft in the non-cooking category is to add glitter to anything that could be made into an ornament or garland for the tree

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    I don’t have any kids/nieces/nephews but I do have kitties! I like to make yarn ball garland to hang and let them play with it! Keeps them busy!

  218. Marsha webb says:

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  219. sandy says:

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  224. says:

    These would be awesome for both of my grandsons … the older one loves creating his own books while the younger one prefers to draw. Their mother, a teacher, would benefit greatly from these as well!

  225. Leah says:

    I’m already subscribed via email, but I’d love to enter with this comment, too! Mmm crafts … we’ve got a 7-year-old who creates all types of things from scrap paper & such, so having some real crafts could help boost her creativity that much more! (Plus, others at her school could benefit from a bunch of it as well.) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  229. jules l. says:

    we made paper snowflakes this weekend :-)

  230. Diane says:

    My grand kids are just now becoming old enough to do projects with. Before now we have given them a given inventory of supplies and was in wonder of what they came up to do with them. Have given me ideas on occasion.

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  232. Nancy T. says:

    I would love to coloring Winter scenes with my Nephew with the Col-Erase Colored Pencils! Great giveaway!

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  238. SunRae says:

    making paper snow flakes

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  242. Brenda Eggert says:

    We always like to make the coffee can Christmas card holders. Wrap yarn through an open top/bottom of a coffee can until it’s solidly covered. Then slide the newly arrived Christmas cards through the yarn, So cool!

  243. Andrea M says:

    I have my nieces and nephews over with my children (8) and we make paper christmas ornaments, decompage, christmas cards, scrapbook pages, frames, paper chains, puppets out of paper bags. Love arts and crafts to keep the kids busy!

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  245. Matt Kalist says:

    We all make yards and yards of construction paper chains in green and red to drape around everywhere as well as make our own Christmas cards to mail out to family and friends.

  246. jeannine m says:

    We love making gingerbread houses and using foam to make decroations for tree and walls

  247. Donna V says:

    I love making gingerbread houses w/ my son.

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  250. Anne Mostella says:

    My fav craft do with my kids are buying end of season ball ornaments, and adding glitter and stickers to them the next holiday season-its an inexpensive and fun craft, and you cant mess them up! I also enjoyed one Christmas craft of my stepdaughters, myself, and my son putting together a gingerbread house when they were all younger- it was not the prettiest house you ever saw, but the fun and laughter we shared while putting it together was priceless, and I will always remember it :)

  251. KatyJean says:

    And if it helps, I subscribe to you all through Google Reader (RSS). :) Wasn’t sure if I needed to make an entry for that or not.

  252. KatyJean says:

    Making paper chains for the tree, and home-made Christmas cards :)

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