LALYMOM

Laura is stay at home mom to two sweet redheads who fuel all the fun you find on Lalymom. Clever crafts, fun fine motor ideas and awesome activities are what you will find on her blog. Come join the fun!

CRAFTULATE

Craftulate features a wide range of art, crafts and activities for young children. It is written by Georgina, who loves finding crafty ways to help her son learn and develop. Check out her site for lots of great ideas that you can do with your kids today!

ONEARTSYMAMA

Amy Latta, aka One Artsy Mama, is passionate about inspiring her online community by sharing honest inspiration for everyday life.  On her blog, you can find craft and home decor projects that are Honestly Doable, kids’ projects that are Honestly Teachable, style tips and DIY jewelry that are Honestly Wearable, and much more!  Amy is happiest when crafting, and when she’s not covered in paint, you can find her working on professional design collaborations or enjoying a mocha with friends at Starbucks.

FROGSNAILS

Jaime, mom of three, shares her favorite kid activities, crafts, treats, products and more over at Frogs & Snails & Puppy Dog Tails!

HOUSINGAFOREST

Tammy is the writer, creator and girl behind the camera of Housing A Forest, a blog that focuses on kids activities.  She loves messy projects, hands on learning and discovering the world from a kids point of view.  Being a busy mom of 3 busy school aged kids; running an in-home daycare and teaching high school art keeps Tammy on her toes.  In her spare time, she loves dumpster diving, garage sales and yummy coffee.

IHEARTCRAFTYTHINGS

Rachel, a wiggly eye fanatic, lives in Utah with her husband and three adorable kids. You can keep up with her latest kid craft creations on her blog, I Heart Crafty Things. There, Rachel focuses on creating fun and simple children’s arts and crafts and often couples them with children’s books that you can read together as a family.

PINKSTRIPEYSOCKS

Leslie is a mom, secret cardboard hoarder (shh!), and kid craft enthusiast.  She loves creating with kids and transforming “junk” into something beautiful, useful, or interesting.  Yellow is her happy color.  If you ever see her in real life, say hi!  You’ll often find her reading children’s books at the library, chasing after her son through the park, or painting her next cardboard creation!