We were recently sent 2 boxes of crafts from Baker Ross, a delivery which always has my creative 10 year old very excited. The first box was filled with crafts from their Spring range. As we are starting to see glimpses of Spring this week (hello sunshine and flowers in the garden), the 10 year old was eager to make a start on the Spring crafts.
We started with the butterfly wands which were really easy to put together. I love the simple instructions that come with all of the Baker Ross crafts. Even a creative novice like me can follow them. The 10 year old decided to leave the ribbon off the wands, and I think they look lovely and colourful.
We then moved onto the flower pots, which can be used to store pencils and pens in. Again these were really easy to make. You will need glue if you want to stick the leaf onto the pot. As you can see we did one with and one without. I love the little ladybirds and butterflies you can stick on.
We also received a set of 4 butterfly ceramic pots. We just need to get some new paints as the ones we have are all dried up now. I am sure they will look really colourful after daughter has unleashed her creative talent on them.
And lastly this was daughters favourite activity, which involved finger painting. The little finger paints were included in the pack.
We had great fun doing our Spring crafts and can’t wait to share our Easter crafts in a few weeks. Thank you to Baker Ross for supplying us with a box of crafts. All words and opinions are my own.