28 Days Purging Series: Day 25

Welcome to day twenty five of this purging series. Today we are going to be doing Crafts.

Our goal is to spend 20 minutes or less on this task. Throughout this series there may be tasks that only take 5-10 mins and that is great and gives so much motivation to keep on with the tasks in the days ahead. 

Also, during these daily tasks for our purging series if there is a day where it does not apply to you or that place does not need it you can select another area to do with the same idea of 20 minutes or less.

This task can apply to your kids crafts if you don’t personally have any yourself. This task can seem like it is going to take forever if you have a good amount of craft supplies, but it won’t. Set those timers for 20 minutes, and that’s all the time you will need at the most (for today anyway). Get a trash bag ready and a bin for anything you want to donate. Do not pull everything out (if you have a large amount you will feel overwhelmed and if that timer goes off and you don’t have more time to spare you may be left with a mess). Start in sections and work your way through, this is a great time to get rid of old brushes, old paints, and anything you come across that you don’t use (or your kids).

Once that timer goes off, your done. Even if you did not get to do it all, that’s ok. You can re-visit it another day (unless you have the time and would like to continue). This purging series are for us to feel motivated and happy with any progress we get done. It is to show us that we can accomplish a lot in just a few minutes a day. Also, long hard tasks will make us feeling overwhelmed with less chances we will want to do it again.

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How cute are these?

Have you heard about the Plushcrafts? Well let me tell you they are a great craft for the kids. There is a variety of different animals to choose from. I got the unicorn and the panda for my girls from Michaels. They even have animal pillow which will be my next purchase for the girls (great Christmas gift). I love crafts that aren’t just for the time being, these crafts the kids can continue to use/play with afterwards.

My girls enjoyed this very much. What parent doesn’t love a craft that keeps the kids entertained. Each box came with everything you need and instructions clear enough for my girls to read and be able to do it on their own (my girls are 8 and 10 years old). My girls continued to play with them once they were done making them. They keep them safe, each of them have them on their dresser in their rooms. I wouldn’t recommend just throwing them in the toy bin/box so the that fabric doesn’t get pulled and start coming off. They are looking forward to collecting more of these to do.

Have you tried them? Have you tried the pillow ones? Do you know of other crafts that are great for kids? Comment below and share with us.

These are also available on Amazon, Indigo, Toys R Us.

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