Little Miss C loves crafting at our kitchen table and she’s very fortunate that we have a huge amount of craft supplies in the house, and a recycling box overflowing with materials that can be repurposed into something else. But, since she started school full time in September we’re finding it harder to fit doing something creative into the school day as I often can’t face giving her free rein with the supplies as the clearing up job so we can eat tea at the table is just too much to face.
I was really pleased therefore when we were asked to review Fairy Cards by Interplay as it meant I could just get the one box of materials out and she could have a contained craft activity to work on with minimal mess to clear up afterwards.
The Fairy Cards set gives you everything you need to make eight different cards – including pretty envelopes. Aimed at ages 4 – 7 years there are eight designs that you can follow, or, as LMC did after the first one you can just come up with your own designs.
All the bits that you stick on the cards come in a printed sheet of card where you just pop them out. I had expected LMC to find this a bit tricky, but actually she got the hang of it very quickly and I was really impressed with how well she was able to follow the instructions and make a card.
Have a look how she got on.
Fairy Cards would make a lovely gift for any child who loves crafting, or it’s the perfect thing to have in for your own child to make cards to give to people. The designs include birthday cards, thank you cards and cards just to say hello. It’s almost like a child’s way of doing the sort of thing that I’m doing on my Cricut!
Disclaimer: We were sent Fairy Cards by Interplay for the purposes of this review. This post contains an affiliate link.