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Free and Frugal Kid’s Craft Events in May

Posted on Wednesday, May 8th, 2013 at 7:00 am
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crayonsDo your kids enjoy doing crafts and building things? Take them to one of these upcoming kid’s craft events that will be happening in May. Your kids can enjoy making art while you shop in the store the event takes place in. Many of these events are free to attend (and the others are frugally priced).

Lowe’s Build and Grow
When: Saturday, May 11, 10:00 in the morning.
What: Make a Sweetheart Frame. It would be a nice Mother’s Day gift!
Cost: Free
Things to Know: You must visit the Lowe’s Build and Grow website and register in order for your child to attend this free clinic. Kids will get to build a wooden project, and will receive a free apron, free goggles, and a free patch.

Michaels Kids Club
Things to Know: Sessions begin every half hour starting at 10:30 in the morning through 11:30 in the morning. (The last session will end at noon).
Cost: It costs $2.00 per child for a 30 minute session.
What and When:

Saturday, May 11: Mother’s Day Heart Necklace
Kids put together a cute necklace, with a heart pendant.

Saturday, May 18: Celebrate Your Hero
Kids fill out a certificate that describes “My Hero”.

Saturday, May 25: Craft Your Hero Doll
Kids dress a blank paper doll as their superhero. It can be their mom, dad, or another hero.

Lakeshore Learning
Things to Know: They have crafts for kids every Saturday from 11:00 in the morning through 3:00 in the afternoon.
Cost: free
What and When:

Saturday, May 11: Mommy’s Memories Photo Frame
Kids use craft sticks to create a photo frame (and then decorate it). This would make a cute Mother’s Day gift.

Saturday, May 18: Critter Creations
Kids decorate empty craft tubes (or toilet paper rolls) to create imaginative critters

Saturday, May 15: Dazzling Memorial Day Centerpiece
Kids use sparkly pipe stems and glittery pom poms to make a patriotic centerpiece. Lakeshore Learning suggests that this artistic creation would make a nice addition to the picnic table when your family celebrates Memorial Day.

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