This is part one of a new series where I will be sharing Christmas stocking stuffer ideas for all sort of kids – outdoor adventurers, imagineers, tinkers, new bubs and more!
As long time readers of Childhood 101 will know, the value of children creating is close to my heart and so I could think of no better place to start this Christmas stocking stuffer ideas series. If you know a creative kids be sure to add at least a few of the following to your Christmas shopping list…
Textas/Felt tipped marker pens – washable, child friendly varieties are best
Scissors – safety scissors for younger children and decorative scissors (that cut patterned lines) for older children
Decorative hole punches
Watercolour pencils or crayons
A big roll of paper (I get ours from Ikea)
A collage kit containing fabric shapes, wool scraps, sequins, buttons, scrapbooking papers, cellophane, popsticks, matchsticks, glitter, glue, glitter glue and coloured electrical tape
Milli, Jack and the Dancing Cat by Stephen Michael King
A good quality art smock – I suggest washable, plastic lined and long sleeved with elasticised wrists
What would you add to my list of suggestions for creative kids?
Be sure to also check out the previous collections of stocking stuffer ideas;