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Do You Craft? Pinterest, A Crafter's Heaven and A Non-crafter's Hell

I'm not very 'crafty', but it's a secret desire of mine to be. I was one of those kids (and now one of those adults) who can't cut a straight line. Seriously, I wish I was exaggerating.

And then came Pinterest - sigh - a crafty person's heaven and a non-crafty person's hell. But now that I'm a Mom, I feel even more pressure to try to somewhat be crafty with my son. Just because I can't draw or cut paper properly doesn't mean that he shouldn't get to try it. So I came across these cute (and supposedly simple) ideas. I mean, surely we can't mess these up too much right?

I'll have to do a 'follow-up post' once we've attempted to completed some crafts.

Do you have some SUPER easy (and I mean SUPER easy) toddler crafts that you've done? If so, share them with me. 

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  1. I am addicted to Pinterest. My blog is the called the Pinterested Parent, if that tell you anything. It is wonderful for craft ideas & recipes & just for offering inspiration.

  2. I also do a little crafting with my daughter.

    1. I feel so inadequate when it comes to this type of stuff.. but Lil Man makes it fun. He gets so 'into' it.


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