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Squeezing Creativity Into Your Day!

Posted by Tiffany Hathorn on

Squeezing Creativity Into Your Day!

Hey, there!I just wanted to talk for a minute about making time for creativity.It’s a goal that many of us have - but it’s often easier said than done. Especially when you have responsibilities like parenting, working, homeschooling, household management, etc.But it’s a goal that is well worth pursuing. Creativity can be a great way to… Express yourself Learn or practice new skills Find your “happy place" Reduce stress and anxiety The problem that many of us have with making time for creativity is that we simply don’t have a ton of free time.So what can you do to make...

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Get Ready for Spring with this Fun 3D Balloon Craft

Posted by Elizabeth Berg on

Get Ready for Spring with this Fun 3D Balloon Craft
Get ready for spring with this hot air balloon craft and our new Pastel Dab and Dot markers!

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4 Easy Valentine Crafts to Make with Your Child

Posted by Elizabeth Berg on

4 Easy Valentine Crafts to Make with Your Child
With Valentine’s Day 2020 just around the corner, we’ve gathered some of our favorite Valentine’s Day themed crafts. Spend an afternoon or evening with your child making and decorating some Valentine crafts with your favorite Doodle Hog products.

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Back to School Photo Ideas- Freebie Included!

Posted by Elizabeth Berg on

Back to School Photo Ideas- Freebie Included!

A new school year is right around the corner! Capture first day of school memories with our FREE back to school templates!

We’ve created an easy to fill in template with a variety of colors to choose from and plenty of room for your child to personalize their own sign!

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Fun July 4th Crafts for Kids

Posted by Yvonne Wang-Silonga on

Fun July 4th Crafts for Kids

Need ideas on how to keep the kids busy this Fourth of July? Here are five July 4th Crafts that serve a purpose and also lots of fun to do: 1. DIY Eraser-Stamped 4th of July Shirt Cutesy Crafts has a step by step tutorial on a Fourth of July t-shirt using a pencil eraser and stamp pads! You pretty much cut out a star shape and tape it onto the blank t-shirt. Grab some fabric friendly ink pads and use the back of a pencil eraser to dab the dots onto the t-shirt, around the star. Remove the star and you...

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