There’s no better way to teach your kids the meaning of the holidays than by having them make gifts for loved ones. (Not to mention that the people who love them will have their hearts melted.) That doesn’t mean that you should foist just any creative offering on people; some things are best kept for moms and dads (and maybe grandmas). These DIY projects are all simple enough for a kid to make (some with a little assistance, depending on the age of the child) that anyone would be happy to receive.
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6 thoughts on “Holiday Gift Guide 2012: Gifts Your Kids Can Make”
Great list, thanks! But why do you have to put it into such a bookmark-unfriendly slideshow?
Hey Ole, thanks for your feedback. The slideshows have a “View All” feature. If you hit that link you’ll get all of the slides on a single, bookmark-friendly page.
Now that’s embarassing, I haven’t seen that link at all. Thanks, keep it up!
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