Book Review: Red Ted Art: Cute and Easy Crafts for Kids

Red Ted Art

I love finding new kids craft books to try out with my kiddos. This book from Red Ted Art is filled with cute and easy crafts that your kids are guaranteed to love! I can't wait to get into this book, Red Ted Art: Cute and Easy Crafts for Kids, and start crafting.

Here is more about Red Ted Art: Cute and Easy Crafts for Kids:

 

From stone people to fabric maché bowls, more than 60 easy, fun craft projects for kids and parents of all ages.

Using recycled and inexpensive materials, this book offers utterly irresistible things to make with your kids. From adorable peanut shell finger puppets to walnut babies, toilet paper roll marionettes, egg carton fairy lights, stick men, shell crabs, and many more, these are projects for all the family to have fun with. The end results are so cute and desirable that they look great around the home, or make wonderfully unique and personal gifts. With a funky, modern design and vibrant photography throughout, this is a must-have addition to every young family's bookshelf.  

 

More about the Author: 

 

I am Maggy Woodley and I am half Austrian, half Spanish, living in the Uk. I like to think of myself as an "European". I love all this crafty and I love all things arty. I love exploring and trying out new things.

I have to lovely young children - my son (aka Red Ted) and daughter (aka Pip Squeak). Red Ted loves making things from "junk" and drawing. Pip Squeak adores painting and getting messy and she is just like her mum... I adore sitting down with them and getting crafty - drawing on my own childhood crafting memories and creating new ones. 

I am passionate about seeing the value in "old things" and creating new things from the. Making crafting fun, pretty and economical and great for the environment.

Crafts is certainly big in our house and our kitchen dining room looks like a craft workshop!

I love making friends' birthday cards (when I remember!)as well as little homemade gifts. Nothing more special than something handmade!

In Spring I grow tomatoes and other vegetables (with varying degrees of success). In Autumn I make green tomato chutney. And I like baking Austrian cookies at Christmas. You will find me munching these during the Advent period with my nose stuck in a good book!

 

4 more kids crafts to try from Red Ted Art

1. Monster Corner Bookmarks

2. Pinecone Crafts for Kids

3. How to make a Yarn Pom Pom with Cardboard Discs​

4.  Autumn Leaf Bowls