Cricut 4 Kids Independence Day Project

Yesterday I showed you how to make your own stamps using your cricut and children’s crafting foam.  Today, I have a special kids project for the 4th of July!  

Some of you may already know, but before I ‘retired’ and became a stay-at-home-mom, I was an elementary school teacher.  Although, I haven’t taught in a school, in 3 years, I don’t feel like my education has gone to waste.  I love teaching and watching our children learn.

I know there are lots of moms, dads, grandmas and teachers out there, who own cricuts and would like to incorporate them into the lives of the children they love.  So, my goal is  to release occasional Cricut 4 Kids posts and videos in the upcoming months.

Please comment below, and let me know if this is something you see value in- or you would be interested in watching.

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Alexis (age 5)

 

 

 

 

8 comments

  • Great Job Alexis & Jaxen!! Your flags look awesome!

    I am going to make this with my son today…look for his version over at s0ldierswife.blogspot.com
    I think the Cricut kids crafts videos sound great I’m looking forward to more.

  • Awsome project! I love this idea. I had posted about kids projects on FB, but no one answered, so I’m so glad to see someone else interested in this idea! I would love to see your videos/projects on this. (If you need any help, let me know. I’d love to help you.) With my husband working tons of overtime, I need all the help entertaining the kids I can get 🙂

    p.s. I posted a thanks to you over on FB.

  • What a great idea! I’m a former teacher as well. Although I wouldn’t make use of this personally, I am certain that there are many who would. There is a classroom section on the Cricut messageboard. Perhaps you could advertise there.
    Thanks for playing along at Fantabulous Cricut!

  • These cards are wonderful, innovative and creative. It’s great to get the kids involved and I love what you did here as well as the fun well taught tutorial. Thank you for joining us at Fantabulous Cricut!

  • I’m a teacher and it’s great to get the kiddos involved and let them use their creativity. Thanks for playing with us over at Fantabulous Cricut!

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