Hi! I’m Caroline and I am the creator, author and editor of this website and craft blog. I am a mother of three who gets excited about doing arts and crafts with my kids.
Here at I Heart Crafty Things you will find fun and simple arts and crafts activities for children, educational activities, printables and creative family fun ideas.
I am super duper excited that you are here and I hope you heart crafty things as much as I do! If you are new here, check out a few of my favorite crafts:
- Swimming Jellyfish Craft
- Hot Air Balloon 3D Paper Craft
- Mother’s Day Flower Pot Craft
- Galloping Zebra Finger Puppets
- Cherry Blossom Art Project
- Newspaper Polar Bear Craft
- Colorful Paper Butterfly Craft
- Black Glue Heart Art Project
- Spring Windsock Crafts
If you can’t find what you’re looking for shoot me an email caroline – @ – iheartcraftythings.com and I can help you find it, or I can help you create it. 😉
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How did I Heart Crafty Things come about?
I started my creative journey several years ago when my oldest son was a toddler and I found that we enjoyed making crafts to go along with the books that we brought home from our local library every week. Designing crafts to make with my children became my hobby and the fact that it involved spending quality time with my children made it absolutely perfect! Over the years as my children have grown (my oldest is now 15) I’ve also enjoyed sharing fun educational activities and printables that I have used at home with my children. I am not a certified teacher and don’t profess to know anything about early childhood education, but I love teaching my children and I love sharing our activities and ideas with you.
Along with our love of book inspired crafts, I also have a serious addiction to crafting with paper plates and cupcake liners. Someone also recently nicknamed me “The Bird Lady” because of my ever growing collection of bird crafts, especially owls. Oh how I love owls!
While this blog started out as a hobby it has evolved into a business for me so you will find that I no longer complete all of my crafts with my children. Some of them I do, but not all of them. I now embrace the title of Kids Craft Designer and love sharing my ideas for you to make with your children at home, school, day care or church.
Questions? Don’t be afraid to ask. I love hearing from my readers! You can email me at caroline – @ – iheartcraftythings.com.