kids holiday kitchen book - Getting Creative with Kids for the Holidays

Getting Creative with Kids for the Holidays


Nowadays, it’s not that easy to tempt children away from their TV shows, computer games and other digital gadgets. That’s why this holiday season is the perfect time for creative family fun for both parents and children alike.

These books are full of unique holiday craft and snack ideas – whether you’re looking to get busy with glue, paper, and scissors, or maybe channel some of that holiday spirit toward the kitchen and get creative with kid-friendly projects that children will love making, and then eating – I’m sure each one will bring joy and laughter to you and the kids in your life.

Kids in the Holiday Kitchen: Making, Baking, Giving, by Jessica Strand and Tammy Massman-Johnson, is full of fun and colorful projects and recipes to do with kids,


including easy entrées sweet and savory noshes and fantastic crafts to display, wear or give – cupcakes that look like Christmas ornaments and Snowballs in the forest, Tea cup tomato soup and Snowman sandwiches, Jolly cookie jars with layers of goodies (my favorite), Ice cream treewitches, candy-cane decorated gift tins, and more. Paperback, 96 pages.
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Also packed with great ideas for kids and grownups, Christmas Crafting With Kids: 35 Projects for the Festive Season, by Catherine Woram, has lots of fun and creative seasonal projects for both boys and girls,


including festive decorations like paperchains, crackers, and hand-stitched stockings, gifts, cards, cute snow globes, decorated photo frames, and even handmade giftwraps. All the classic crafting techniques are covered, from potato printing to sewing, and taking in baking, decoupage, modeling, stenciling, and much, much more – Simply follow the clearly illustrated step-by-step instructions and you can’t go wrong. Hardcover, 128 pages.
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I’m sure these books will get lots of use year around, and all members of the family will find something tasty and fun, I know I did.


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