Add Some STEAM To Your Child’s Summer With Fibre-Craft’s Creative Hands® Kits – Giveaway Ends 7/27









If you have school age kids by now you have probably heard the acronym STEM, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. More and more schools are focusing on STEM based teaching, even Girl Scouts is starting to as well. However parents, teachers and policy makers are realizing it actually takes STEAM to make the world a better place. The A in STEAM of course stands for Arts. Fibre-Craft’s Creative Hands® Kits are perfect for unleashing the creative side in children. Instructions are minimal, allowing the kiddos mind to create wonderful artistic  and fun projects. I feel that people can teach Science, Technology, Engineering and Math to their hearts content, but without the Arts, everything is boring and run of the mill. We need to encourage uniqueness and creativity to bring some color into the world.





My 6 year old daughter Katie, loves arts and crafts. These kits were perfect for her! She needed a little help with scissors, but other then that she was good to go! Katie decided that she wanted to make a flower from the Paper Pals Kit. The directions were fairly simple, with many ways to use your creative side to decorate and do your own thing. The kits came with everything she needed except glue and scissors, which I’m sure most households have on hand. Katie had a blast designing and decorating her own flower!





Katie was so pleased were her final product, a beautifully unique flower!


Fibre-Craft’s Creative Hands® Kits



FibreCraft’s Creative Hands® Kits come in three different varieties:



Zoo 2 Do • $12.99 • Ages 6+

All the animals in the zoo are jumping up and down for you! Available at retailers Fred Meyer, Meijer and Kroger, this Zoo 2 Do kit with the tote-able handle, features monkey, giraffe, lion, zebra and others for a total of 25 zoo-themed projects.

Creative Fun Tote • $12.99 • Ages 6+

Rainy days and Sundays are ideal for this overflowing box of craft pieces that can be transformed into animals, cupcakes, bugs, pencil toppers and whatever the imagination can conjure. This fun tote is available at Fred Meyer, Meijer and Kroger stores. Kids can follow the enclosed project sheet or personalize with their own wacky ideas. Art is in the eye of the beholder!

Paper Pals Bugs & Flowers • $12.99 • Ages 6+

Even kids will allergies will adore these pretty flowers and friendly bugs that are tucked inside

Paper Pals – a kit that starts with paper plates and paper cups! Available at Zulily and Meijers retailers coast to coast, this tote-able kit makes 12 big projects. A project sheet is included to start kids off. The final results are totally up to them!

About FibreCraft 

Fibre-Craft has been a leader in the creative activities category for over 60 years. Established in

1953, Fibre-Craft began by manufacturing wood fiber for handcrafting artificial flowers. In 1959, the award-winning company expanded to mass-market retail outlets for arts and crafts supplies, floral supplies, doll supplies and decorative accessories. Since then, Fibre-Craft has maintained its high standards for quality and creativity, while expanding the boundaries of children’s imaginations through creative toys and arts and crafts. The company’s vision is to make a difference in the lives of children and its employees. For more information, visit 





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Win It: One lucky reader will win all three FibreCraft’s Creative Hands® Kits  (MSRP total value $38.97)




About Beth

Beth Larrabee is a stay at home mom of 3 wonderful children and is married to her wonderful husband Scot. Beth is an active member in her community and is currently the Vice President of the PTO, President of The Friends of Cumston Library, and proud leader of a Daisy and Brownie Girl Scout Troops. In her spare time, Beth enjoys musical theater, singing, gaming, books, spending time at the lake and all things food.

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  1. It is really hard to narrow down a favorite craft project! Lately we’ve enjoyed experimenting with sun paper and tie dying clothing. Both are great summer crafts!

  2. my wife loves scrapbooking

  3. Audra O'Hara says:

    My daughter likes beading necklaces and making collages out of scrap items. I know she would enjoy the Creative Fun Tote.

  4. jessica c says:

    I like beading and making jewelry…painting too

  5. Marty C. says:

    Making stamped jewelry. I use old copper pennies and squish them with a hammer on the garage floor before stamping; it’s a very good way to de-stress!

  6. Sharon Schoepe says:

    My son would love the Zoo 2 Do especially the giraffee

  7. Wendy Mastin says:

    My grandson and I like to do so many different crafts, it’s hard to choose a favorite.

  8. charlene says:

    I like to scrapbook but I do not do it as often as I use to.

  9. my favorite cratf is scrapping my grandkids pictures and also doing it with one of my grandkids

  10. Lori Walker says:

    My favorite crafts are soaps.

  11. I like to crochet.

  12. Terry Maigi says:

    We love to paint!

  13. brittany

    I love to do stuff like this. We also love to paint.

  14. Cynthia R says:

    My favorite craft projects are cross stitching.

  15. Stacey b says:

    We like doing finger painting,, outside of course! It’s too messy inside with two toddlers.

  16. Stephanie Galbraith says:

    We love to do crafts with the kids, anything they want to make was amazing.

  17. Angela W says:

    We like to make random animals or robots with recycled items and decorate them.

  18. I do handwork–knitting, crocheting, etc.–which is a craft, but many people separate them out from other types for some reason.

  19. Stephanie Larison says:

    Scrapbooking is my fave! When it’s the with the kids, I like painting figurines.

  20. Candie L

    My goal is to start doing better with scrapbooking. Thank you

  21. Rebecca Peters says:

    I love to do scrapbooking with my kiddos

  22. Laurie Emerson

    My favorite craft project is making things out of Styrofoam.

  23. I always liked making Christmas ornaments with my daughter….keepsakes.

  24. Shari Klyn says:

    My favorite craft is making mini scrapbooks. My husband likes to make wood items. My daughter likes to makes things with Sculpty Clay.

  25. Francine Anchondo says:

    I love making jewelry.

  26. Cheryl Reinhardt

    My favorite craft is making ornaments

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