Craft Camp 2012.


It's hard to believe this is my fourth year holding Craft Camp. Something that started out as an activity to fuel Abby's creative juices has grown into a summer tradition I'm sure I can't do without.

Your little lady will take home a completed project everyday, make new friends, expand her crafting skills + enjoy a healthy snack. If you live in the Tri-Cities WA area and are interested, please email me at dandeedesigns@gmail.com to reserve her slot. Space is very limited so sign up quick!

15 comments:

  1. I'd love to do this in my area. Do you charge each child. I remember this from last year and it looked like such fun.

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  2. This sounds like soo much fun.

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  3. I remember reading about it last year and we moved to the East coast so we will miss out; however, once camp starts I will enjoy your projects from afar. Have a great time!

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  4. Your craft camps make me wish I were a child again. :) And the graphic of your house is adorable!!

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  5. Love! I did the same thing 2 years ago and loved it. But last summer I was super pregnant, and this summer it just didn't fit into our vacation schedule, and I'm sad I don't get to do it!!

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  6. This is such a fun idea!! I'd love to keep it in mind for when my daughter is old enough :)

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  7. What a great idea! Will you post your wonderful ideas this summer?

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  8. I love this idea so much and look forward to seeing the projects you do with the girls each year. If I ever have a daughter (or maybe even if I don't!) I'd love to organize my own craft camp some day...

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  9. I guess commuting from Arizona is a bit of a stretch.:) So much fun...wish we could join! Happy Friday!

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  10. I know I am 32, but maybe I could pass for 10. Then, I could come. Looks fun!

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  11. What were your other projects from this summer?! Are you going to post them? I love seeing everything you do at these camps - lucky little girls!

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  12. A better crafting camp for the teachers and for the students. The timing of the camp is mentioned and the age of the children allowed in this work is also mentioned. You can easily take the part in this activity. The discussion of the vr headsets also present is somewhere on this page.

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