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Looking for a fun, summer project to do with the kids? KLUTZ books always have some great options, like this new KLUTZ Glossy Bands book. The Klutz Glossy Bands book comes with everything you need to create beautiful, stretchy bracelets to share with your friends. Plus you can tailor the designs to your child’s skill level — from a simple two-color dot bracelet to a more complicated four-color flower bracelet.
If your child is into the Silly Bandz craze, he or she is sure to love making Glossy Bands! The book comes with enough gel to make 14 bracelets, so this should provide several rainy days’ worth of fun. Though it’s not demonstrated in the book, they also mention that you can make rings using the same techniques, so I’d imagine you could stretch it even further this way.
Five lucky Deal Seeking Mom readers will each win a copy of the Klutz Glossy Bands book with 4 colors of gel, clear plastic work surface, swirling sticks, and Klutz clear instructions for tons of bracelet designs!
To enter, tell me what your favorite craft was as a kid.
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(5) Klutz Glossy Bands Books, as described above
This giveaway ends at 10 a.m. EST on Thursday, 7/1 and is open to all U.S. residents 18 years or older. I’ll use Comment Contest to select the winning comment. Winner will be notified by email and listed on my Giveaway Winners page. Winners must respond within 48 hours of notification to claim their prize. Good luck!
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i loved painting. my kids love play dough
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I loved making those pot holder thingies. Remember those? You wove the bands across a loom…
(Oops. I forgot what my children enjoy now…..making beaded bracelets.) ^^^^^
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My favorite craft as a kid was drawing, making posters, signs, etc.
My kiddos fav is 1) making bracelets and 2) clay/playdough
i loved the swirl paint that spined
I loved paint-by-numbers and my rock tumbler, but my favorite was learning to macrame with my grandma!
I loved tyedying when I was younger- my daughter loves anything artsy now
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I was never a crafty kid, I have to admit. I didn’t like crafts. My daughter loves any kind of paper, drawing, or coloring craft.
I loved making friendship bracelets and doing hair wraps; actually I still do.
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Making flowers out of different color tissue paper.
loved shrinky dinks as a kid. my kids love any project, even better if it makes a mess
As a kid we loved making paper crafts – especially cootie catchers/oragami type projects. My kids love all crafts but I think the best are the ones they can make and pass on to friends like friendship bracelets, necklaces etc.
Thank goodness for Klutz books and their wonderful ideas, instructions and materials. We use their books often and this would be a wonderful addition to our collection.
I loved all crafts as kids – but my favorite was making pot holders and we could make anything out of a paper plate!
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As a kid, I loved cross stitch and latch hook, both “crafts” I learned from my grandma. I’m hoping some day my 5 month old will enjoy crafts
We love to paint! My son painted a flower pot himself to give to his teacher for an end of the year gift along with a beautiful flower planted in it!
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loved to make macrema potholders
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I loved to make origami toys since I grew up in an under-developed country. Now, my daughter loves origami too.