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This is a really simple but versatile activity which is great for using up odd scraps of paper, whether it be pieces of painted paper, children’s discarded artwork, wrapping paper or even sweet wrappers. Apart from this, all you need is a Medium Circle Paper Punch (we actually used 2 for the different sized fish, measuring […]

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Christmas is getting ever closer, and I thought it must be time to start getting things ready preparing our home-made cards. We alsways need plenty of time for this, and this year is no exception. These days rather than making a whole pile of home-made cards at Christmas time, we’ve got a bit lazier and […]

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This project is another great way to use up some of the decorative painted papers that kids artwork produces. I’m accumulating an ever higher mountain of these – they are so beautiful I can’t bear to throw them away, so I’m always looking for ways to use them, in addition to their usual use as […]

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It’s a perennial problem – of all the mountains of artwork that young children produce, how much of it should you keep? Maybe you are sufficiently ‘ruthless’  to be able to throw it away without a qualm, but at the other extreme if you are a hoarder like me, you may find it difficult to […]

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All of the ‘bespoke’ children’s artwork for Artful Kids starts with a photograph, or copy of the original work. But as you can imagine, the finished product derived from that artwork is only as good as the original photograph. For the wall-art products which Artful Kids offers, customers can either scan in the artwork themselves […]

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My Mum and Dad gave me an old box from their attic the other day, full of some of the things I’d hoarded as a child – in there were some small craft projects I’d made (mostly taken from the tutorials which appeared in Woman’s Weekly magazine, which my Mum subscribed to).  Each week there […]