Saturday, July 20, 2013

True Scrap Kids - An online event!

Calling Crafty Kids and {Grand}Moms!

If your little ones are bored out of their gourds this summer and are looking for some crafty activities, you need to check out True Scrap Kids! 

It's a one-day, online, LIVE event for crafty kids AND their moms. Presented in a rocking-cool web room just like the big boys use, True Scrap Kids will be super- fun for school-aged kids (as well as the young at heart!).

The event includes:

-Five 30-minute crafty classes on everything from phone photography to an up-cycled summer memory album.

 -A pre-event virtual PJ party

 -The chance to win cool prizes

- FULL VIDEO REPLAYS of all the classes so you can watch over and over again! 

To find out more, head over HERE!  

True Scrap Kids takes place online on Saturday, July 27, and is sponsored by Fiskars.

Check out all the details in the video below (click HERE if you can't see the video):

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  1. I don't have kids in the house anymore but I did pass this on to other people I know with kids.

  2. No little one home for me either but thanks for the info.
    (newsletter, etc follower)

  3. Unfortunately my son is completely asverse to coloring, cutting, writing, glueing...

  4. Joy, you did a great job this week on the swing cards. All the papers used were great. Thanks for a chance to win.

    Mary O'Neal

  5. I would love to see vinyl on glass tutorial. thanks.

  6. Yes, I have made swing cards with Sizzix dies and love them. Did not know until you showcased that Artiste does swing nice! I have Art Philosophy and will now get Artiste! Thanks for the info Joy. Marsha from New York

  7. Thanks for the info. Wish they had this when my kids were little!

  8. I agree with Debbie Z. My daughter would have loved to do this, but now she is all grown up and in college, and I don't have any grandkids yet.

  9. Can't wait till I have little ones to do this with .

  10. I know a baby about to be born just itching for a card welcoming her into the world from this cartridge.

  11. This likes it would be so much fun. What a way to reach so many people who love to craft. Unfortunately my daughter isn't into crafting. She is 13 and what an age is all I can say. Hope everyone has fun. Love your blog!


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