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Giveaway: Kids Craft Supplies & $50 to Michaels

14 December 2012 1,044 views 58 Comments

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kids craft: craft foam accordion book

Want to restock your kids' craft cupboard? Well, we're teaming up with Michaels Kids Crafts department to give away two trays of Creatology Foamies! Your kids will have a blast creating crafts using these supplies (like our Goofy Foam Glasses project), plus we are sweetening the pot with an additional $50 gift card to Michaels. Scroll down for giveaway instructions. This little accordion book was made with one of the Foamies trays--such a cute idea! Project by Cassi at The Crafty Crow. [how to make foam accordion books]

Winner will receive a $50 gift card to Michaels and two trays of Foamies!

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  • Amy said:

    Probably thank you card for grandparents.

  • Amy said:

    I’d probably have to search Pinterest for ideas, I’m not very crafty without guidance!

  • Lora W. said:

    My son would like to make gifts for his aunts and uncles.

  • Jen said:

    The accordian books look cool! My kids would like to make something like that for sure!

  • rosemary cantrell said:

    My 4 year old granddaughter is suddenly into making crafts – wouldn’t this be fun to do with her?

  • Melba of buggalcrafts said:

    “My” kids at church would have a great time with these – maybe Mother’s Day???

  • Katherine said:

    We would probably make some pictures of trains and cars, the current favorite in our house.

  • Laks Pravin said:

    Me and my girl would make flower/heart garland for the wall above her bed

  • Bekah said:

    My daughter loves to play school. I think she would have a blast using these to “teach” art class. :)

  • Jennifer S said:

    I’m not sure what I’d make, maybe some picture frames, or cards.

  • AmyC said:

    A great birthday or Christmas gift for my friend’s little ones! They make the cutest things!

  • Ticia said:

    We’d make toys for dolls. That’s seems to be the big thing right now.

  • Angie P. said:

    I would have my daughter make picture frames for the grandparents. Thanks for the entry!

  • Stephanie said:

    I’d probably have my kids do the accordion albums for their friends. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Jenny Bolech said:

    I’d probably come up with a simple project to do with my niece!

  • Megan said:

    Crafts with my kids during Christmas break.

  • Robin (RsIslandCrafts) said:

    I’ve been in an ornament making mood lately.

  • Amy Orvin said:

    I’d probably scrapbook with them.

  • Evelyn R said:

    Christmas ornaments

  • Tricia said:

    I would make whatever goofy creation my nephew wanted me to make.

  • Cassi said:

    Thanks so much for using my craft foam accordion book!!

  • Kathryn said:

    If I won I think I would use it to make a hair ornament

  • Shawn said:

    I like your accordion books – maybe as brag books for this new baby girl ready to come out any day for a Christmas birthday!

  • Priscilla Benavides said:

    I would love to decorate my little girl’s books and journals with them!

  • Angie said:

    Christmas photo frames for the grands. We are way behind

  • nic boberson said:

    quiet time kits

  • Madison said:

    I would decorate picture frames or flower pots with these Foamies.

  • Jo Lam said:

    Arts and crafts for my nieces and nephews!

  • SmilynStef said:

    I would use them on some fun little cards & tags … thanks for the chance to win.

  • Bethanny Parker said:

    I’d just let the kids’ imaginations take over. No telling what they would make.

  • mari said:

    I would make ornaments for our tree with my toddler son! They would probably be car or truck-related. ;)

  • Sara said:

    I would make cards and ornaments =)

  • Sandra C said:

    I would put the foamies out on my classroom’s art studio shelf for the children to use however they’d like.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  • yvette said:

    I would make crafts for grandparents

  • Steph @ Crafting in the Rain said:

    Fun! I’d let my kids make some signs for their bedroom doors

  • Tara said:

    I’m not sure but I would probably give them to my 10 year old. She is MUCH craftier than I am :)

  • sam5 said:

    I’m thinking cute colorful daisy & diamond garland. Good for outside party and/or a kids room(when the party’s over:) )

  • Michelle said:

    bedroom decor and cards

  • Angie said:

    Make some cute Grandparent gifts!

  • Lindy said:

    My daughter has a vivid imagination….I’m not really sure what she would make but I can bet she would use it all at once if I’d let her.

  • Amanda Villalobos said:

    My girls would go crazy with them. They are currently into building stuff for their dolls..so I am sure it would be along those lines.

  • Angela said:

    My kids would make sticker stack gifts!

  • Sarah said:

    We would make Valentines with them!

  • Melody Benschoter said:

    My kids would love these! They are always wanting to make crafts!

  • Faith Y said:

    My kids would have so much fun with this!

  • Leslie said:


  • Amy said:

    Christmas crafts!

  • Natalie said:

    I’d love to use these to make crafts with the kids I watch who are almost 6 and almost 4. They love crafting and so do I and it provides a great time, every time. I can see both the girl and the boy getting into this and making some cute presents for their parents just because.

  • Lisa P. said:

    Not sure what my son would make, but he definitely loves craft time!

  • Kerrie mayans said:

    I would use the for rainy day activities with my kids.

  • Maria R said:

    My son would have fun creating all sorts of things with them. He loves to cut out different shapes and then use them for all kinds of fun things only the mind of a child can come up with!! He has used foam shapes to come up with road signs for his cars, beds for his dinosaurs, hopscotch for Buzz and Woody, etc!!

  • CA R. said:

    My daughter and I would probably make some handmade cards, maybe some flower bouquets, or anything her little mind can come up with!

  • Teresa said:

    I’d copy the craft I saw and glue them to a chair or a mirror and then paint the entire chair or frame, including foam pieces, one color. It looks fantastic!

  • Amy said:

    I would use them to make crafts with my students, for lessons, story units, holidays.

  • ashley said:

    i love michaels!!

  • RM said:

    My preschoolers would find lots of creative ways to use the Foamies. Might even put them in the sensory table.

  • Carmen said:

    I would make some cards with my daughter

  • Swapna said:

    Cute book