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Shoe Box Crafts: Kids Shop Box
Shoe Box Crafts: Kids Shop Box
Shoe Box Crafts: Kids Shop Box
Shoe Box Crafts: Kids Shop Box
Shoe Box Crafts: Kids Shop Box
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Shoe Box Crafts: Kids Shop Box

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It's here! Our first Shoe Box Craft Kit for kids. We've been making with kids for over 15 years and as parents and educators, we know that at-home making can be tough. We've developed Shoe Box Crafts to inspire the maker in all of us. Our kits provide real tools and materials that makers can use again and again in packaging that can double as storage or craft inspiration (who doesn't love a shoe box diorama?!) and instruction that is easy to access with little to no adult support. We encourage kids to go slow, have fun, and to remember, it's all about the process. Oh, and to be safe and clean up their own messes!

Inside the Kids Shop Box is everything a budding maker needs for hours of open ended build/play. We asked our kid shop regulars to fill a shoe box with their must have maker supplies. This is what was in their boxes the most...

SKILL LEVEL

Easy. You can rock this with no help (ages 5+)

TIME COMMITMENT

30 minutes to all day long

MESS LEVEL

Paint & saw dust

WHAT’S INSIDE

Pine scrap wood
Safety glasses
Sand paper
Screw driver
Screws
Cardboard assortment
1.25 oz. Glue-All glue
1/2" paint brush
6 color tempera cakes
Water cup
Scissors
Kraft paper for planning and mess management
Instructions

This kit contains real tools and materials. Make at your own risk. Safety glasses and a safe tools check with a grown up is highly recommended.