Erin from The Doodle Post has kindly sent Tila a craft kit to try out and I let her peek inside and asked her to wait so we have enough time to complete it and so the lighting is right so that I can take some pictures while she’s doing it. But a half hour later bam! – she proudly showed me her finished project! She just couldn’t wait. Thank god she didn’t paint paper flower yet so I could at least take a couple photos while she was doing that. She loved the content (paper flowers, glitter glue, colorful sequins, paint, wreath ring) so much she simply could’t wait and who could blame her? I was actually pretty darn proud of her; she did a great job. She didn’t really go by the instructions, my little rebellion but the outcome is even better, unique.
Erin, a mom of two and an art teacher noticed first hand how important art is for kids. It doesn’t only help with fine motor skills development but it also encourages self-expression, decision making and confidence.
But many parents either don’t have time or even the joy to shop for crafting supplies and come up with fun projects. And that is why The Doodle Post is here. It’s a mail order craft subscription, which means each month a new fun crafting project comes in your mail – with all the supplies and instructions needed to complete it. They are aimed for kids between 5-10 years old and each project has been tested by Erin’s students.
You can subscribe for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months and they ship Worldwide