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Making crafts provide children with creative outlets and allow them to use their imaginations. Also, hands-on projects can help kids develop important skills, including hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, how to communicate effectively, and about self-expression.
Books "(Almost) Too Cute to Eat" and "Candy Creations" provide easy ways to transform and decorate sweets like cupcakes and cookies that children and parents can turn into a hands-on project for their children.
Before diving into craft time, here are a few things to remember to have:
After prepping, set up shop and get decorating with these two ideas from books "(Almost) Too Cute to Eat" and "Candy Creations."
I'm No Dum-Dum Mini Cupcakes
Make these "I'm No Dum-Dum Mini Cupcakes" from the book (Almost) Too Cute to Eat.
What You'll Need:
Create "Coral Critters" with gummies and white almond bark, an idea from the book Candy Creations.
The tips here are courtesy of CQ Products. For more fun creations, visit cqproducts.com.
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