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Friday Finds: Holiday Crafts for Kids

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The holidays are in full force. I hear Christmas music in every store that I go in, and my kids are so excited for the upcoming time with their cousins. To inspire your kiddos to create over the holidays, we discovered some cool DIY projects to keep them busy and crafty this season. Here are a few of our favorite finds from the week.

1. Emily A. Clark shared an incredible DIY wreath that was made out of paper! The beauty of this project involved multiple people so the whole family can get involved in the festive spirit.

2. Living and Loving on Cents shares their fun idea using finger crafts that can be great for virtually every holiday.

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3. I am loving the DIY ornaments from Tip Junkie who shows how make them using her informative step-by-step tutorial.

4. Mummy Musings and Mayhem has the complete list of craft ideas from several bloggers for energetic toddlers including Paper Snowflake Christmas CardsChristmas Playdough Fun, a Handprint Wreath and much more!

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