Make A Plate #Crafty


I’ve just been given the opportunity to review the Make A Plate Art Project and I’m looking forward to sharing it with all of you. 
I love kids crafts so this will be a great opportunity!! 

If you want to follow along, my readers save 30% on their Prepaid Art Plate Kit (that’s a savings of over $5!) - USE PROMO CODE: USFAMILY at http://www.makit.com/ProductDetail.aspx?ProductCode=K1100PP

Makit has been in business for over 40 years. Make A Plate kits allow children to let their creativity soar in crafting a lasting gift for Mom, Dad, Grandparent or teacher. All Make A Plates are nontoxic, BPA-Free, dishwasher safe and proudly made in the USA.





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14 comments

  1. This looks like a fun family project!

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    1. I love crafty stuff! :) I cant wait till they get here.

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  2. My 4 year old loves drawing on plates with sharpies, she has turned almost every dinner plate into a masterpiece!

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    1. I saw that on Pinterest so I had each kid draw whatever they wanted on their own plate. :)

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  3. My little guy, who is quite the artist, would love this!

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  4. Looks like fun! The kids would have fun with this.

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  5. My 4 year old would LOVE this he is always creating something!

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  6. My kids absolutely loved making their plates & they love to eat off of them even more!

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  7. Love this, it looks like so much fun!

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  8. OMG! When I was a school teacher, we used to make these plates all the time. This post brought back so many memories. My kids love these wonderful keepsakes.

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  9. I love these! My boys are a little old for these, but I have little nieces who would go enjoy making these so much. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. My little nieces would LOVE making these! Thanks for sharing!

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