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Topic: Christmas gift ideas for children  (Read 1908 times)
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« Reply #10 on: November 07, 2007 06:48:21 PM »

I love the felt play food idea.  I wouldn't mind having some of that myself! LOL


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« Reply #11 on: November 07, 2007 08:32:30 PM »

I am making for my god daughter (1y/o) and my daughter(9y/o). I am making pouches that tuck underneath the edge of the mattress on the bed to hold a book and a couple of things. Simple but it keeps thing at hand. My daughter loves to read.

Granted the pouch for my god daughter is going to be made to tye to the side of her crib to hold little toys to play with when she wakes up and wants to play before she is taken out of bed..LOL..

My son, he is the hard one to make things for (5y/o). I am thinking of making him a stuffed animal with his name on it(got the idea from this thread). We are redoing his room in spiderman for a christmas present. I have to make his curtains and a wall hanging from a panel I am getting from the craft store.

Now what to do about my 5 teenage neices and nephews??? They don't appreciate handmade things...it's cheap...they are soooooo spoiled.

« Reply #12 on: November 07, 2007 10:39:10 PM »

I have not started on one gift yet, I still have many ideas thanks to you guys but I still don't know what to do. Boys are hard to craft for.

« Reply #13 on: November 08, 2007 06:08:00 AM »

Boys are hard to craft for. My boys aren't hard to craft for, but most of the items they want are very long and difficult to make (when I have a ton of other things to do too)

My youngest son was invited to a birthday party for another 7 year old, and he wants to make something for him, (isn't that sweet!) But I have no idea what to have/help him make and my son doesn't really know either. This particular boy doesn't like anything unless it's guns or plastic. And I'm afraid my son will be devastated if he hand makes something and the boy doesn't appreciate it or worse is mean about it.

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