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During the winter months, it’s imperative to come up with fun activities for kids, especially if you live in a cold climate, you never know if you will get stuck in the house, so it’s always great to have a few fun resources on hand for the kids.

Here are a few of my go to craft blogs for kids:

One Pretty Thing – Offers tutorials on everything from crafty how-to’s to baking instructions.  They are the, “DIY craft tutorials for a handmade life.”

Built by Kids – A fabulous DIY website.  They “empower families through building and bonding and encourage the next generation of makers to tackle the do-it-yourself projects of their dreams.”

Tip Junkie - You can find everything here, it’s like DIY heaven.  Looking for printables, food ideas, how-to’s, this is a smorgasbord of ideas.

Mess For Less - The founder, Vicky, a former teacher, uses her educational background to create activities that foster learning and fun for kids.  Anything to do with learning, is my kind of website!

Enjoy the winter and creating fun projects with your kids! – Cute Beltz

Come join us, we would love to meet you!  ----> Cute Beltz Blog

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