10 Things for Your Kid's Craft Bin ...

It’s always a good idea to have a big bin stuffed with crafting supplies for rainy days or any day your kids complain that they’re bored. I keep a plastic bin on a shelf in the closet with all kinds of recycled items, like empty paper towel rolls and buttons, along with stuff we’ve bought so my little one always has something to keep her occupied. Not sure what to buy for your kid’s craft bin? Here are some tried-and-true suggestions…

1. Tiny Acrylic Pom-poms

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Stick them on paper plates, foam shapes, clothespins, and just about every other craft project your children will ever do! They’re small, only ¼ to ½ inch each, in loads of bright colors, and even some black! This bag contains 500 little puffballs, which ought to be enough to keep your little ones in business for at least a few weeks. Maybe, you could join your kid for some added fun!

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