Getting Crafty with KLUTZ Handmade Kits for Holidays #KLUTZhandmade

The holidays are almost here and everyone is already thinking about gifts. This year I wanted to do something different and more personal. So instead of store bought gifts I wanted to try making handmade gifts using a few of the KLUTZ products.

KLUTZ Handmade Craft Kits

Note: Prizing for the giveaway as well as compensation with product sample provided by Klutz for review purpose. Any personal views expressed are always 100% my own.

KLUTZ Handmade Craft Kits

To help us get started making our gift ideas, KLUTZ sent us a nice variety of activity kits.


KLUTZ Handmade Craft Kits

Since my son wanted to "help" me make a handmade gift, I decided we'd use the String Art kit to make our first item. The kit was fully stocked with most items we'd need. We only had to add a few items like tape and scissors.

KLUTZ Handmade Craft Kits

After reading the book manual, which has nice clear easy to understand instructions, my son picked a "leaf" design and started following the steps.

We traced our design

Picked out our background paper

Taped our back ground paper to the cardboard mount (where the pins will go into)

KLUTZ Handmade Craft Kits

Since it's real pins, I took over the task of inserting the pins into the cardboard. I used the included tool, which helped me push the pins down. It helped me line up all my pins at the correct height. Nice and quick!

KLUTZ Handmade Craft Kits

Once the pins where lined up, my son removed the tracing paper and got ready to start stringing.

He picked out the color yarn he wanted and started wrapping it around the pins according to the directions. I was impressed how quick he learned what to do and was able to do it on his own.

Did I mention he was suppose to be "helping" me make this handmade gift idea.....

But since he was doing so well, I let him finish the project. And it came out great for a first try. He now wants to "help" me with the other kits!

KLUTZ Handmade Craft Kits
KLUTZ Handmade Craft Kits
KLUTZ Handmade Craft Kits

The KLUTZ Handmade kits come with a colorful book of instructions and ideas as well as supplies to start the handmade project.

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KLUTZ Handmade Craft Kits

With so many projects to choose from, KLUTZ kits can help you and the kids in your life make something for everyone on your list -- enter for a chance to win your own KLUTZ collection to create handmade gifts this holiday!

ENTER TO WIN THIS GIVEAWAY!

(1) Set of 5 KLUTZ Activity Kits

  • Finger Knitting - Make scarves, hats, jewelry, cat ear headbands, boot toppers, and much more with easy instructions for 15 projects. Even if you've never knit a stitch before, you'll be amazed by what you can make without needles. And with 200 yards of metallic-sparkle yarn right in the box, you can whip up 2 extra-large scarves or several smaller projects.
  • Make Glitter Clay Charms - Starting with a few basic shapes and easy-to-mold clay, you can sculpt mini food, tiny aliens and robots, pocket-sized unicorns, and dozens of other cuties that you can customize with extra personality. Just pop your creations in the oven to set (with an adult's help, of course), use our special glaze to give them polish and add as much glitter as you want, then attach them to the included bracelet. Each project has clear instructions and a true-to-life sizing guide to help you craft your own glitter charms.
  • Pop Collage - Learn to tear, cut, hole-punch, and layer the included Pop Pages in unexpected ways. It's a no-mistake, anything-goes activity-chaos encouraged. Tackle the 10 projects included in the book like paper bowls, a bookmark, an owl, an accessory tray, a frame, and more. Then get inspired with ideas from the book so you can make anything pop!
  • Shrink & Link Jewelry - This is the only book out there that lets you make reusable, transferable, dimensional pendants and attach them to a ring or a necklace. With Shrink and Link Jewelry, you can create brilliant shrink art charms from over 50 traceable designs - and then mix and match them for a limitless wardrobe of unique, colorful jewelry!
  • String Art - String art used to be just for squares (and triangles and other geometric shapes), but our new string art system opens up a whole new world of possibilities. From cute critters to fashionable flowers to trendy typography, kids can make everything in the book after learning just three simple methods. With instructions for 20 projects and enough materials for six, kids will be making amazing art in no time.

    WAYS TO ENTER:

    Entries must be made on or before 11:59 p.m. November 23, 2015.

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    TERMS AND CONDITIONS

    Winner will be selected by random.org. Giveaway entry must be completed before extra entries will count. Winner will be contacted by email and must respond within 24 hours or a new winner will be selected. Open to residents of the U.S. with a valid street address.

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    65 comments:

    1. I would like to make potholders with the kit.

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    2. My daughter would LOVE to make an ornament with the string art book!

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    3. I would love to make Glitter Clay Charms with my daughter!

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    4. I want to make extra-large scarves.

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    5. I would make a Pop Collage Bookmark.

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    6. Making key chains with my son sounds fun

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    7. I would love to make bracelets with my girls. Patricia

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    8. I would like to make a Pop Collage frame.

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    9. My daughter's birthday is coming up and she loves making arts & crafts so much! She would love all of these kits. I think she would enjoy Pop Collage the most.

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    10. I'd love to make the Shrink & Link Jewelry with my son and daughter to give to their grandparents!

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    11. I would love to make all of these things, but the string art looks especially fun to me!

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    12. I'd like to make a finger knitted scarf from their kit.

      Nancy
      allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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    13. I would like the finger knitted kit.

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    14. Would love to make a cat ears headband! My daughter would love it!

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    15. I'd love to make the glitter clay charms with my kids.

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    16. my daughter would want to make charm bracelets for her best friends

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    17. I would love to make the glitter clay charms with my daughter

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    18. i would like to use the finger knitting kit! thanks!

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    19. The Glitter Clay Charms would be fun to do with my Grand Daughters!

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    20. My daughters or nieces would love to make the Glitter Charm bracelets.

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    21. I would like to make a hat with the finger knitting kit! My son loves finger knitting scarves but I would love to be able to make more things with him.

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    22. It would be fun to make key chains with my kids.

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    23. I would like to make Glitter Clay Charms!
      Thank You for the chance

      Fiona N

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    24. I want to make a finger knitting scarf.

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    25. I would make a wall hanging with the string art.

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    26. I would make boot toppers with the finger knitting kit

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    27. I think the string art would be fun to make
      marypopmom (at) yahoo (dot) com
      Merry

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    28. I think she would love to make and hang up some of your string art projects

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    29. I'd love to try the finger knitting kit with my 6 year old daughter. She'd love it.

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    30. My daughter would like to make the Make Glitter Clay Charms for her friends.
      Sadie B

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    31. Glitter Clay Charms! I love clay and hope my child will too.

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    32. I would love to do the shrink art with my daughter!

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    33. i'd love to make the clay glitter charms with my kids! thanks for the chance!

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    34. I think my daughter would love the glitter charms or the shrink and link jewelry! The email I check most often is fossil316@aol.com

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    35. My daughter would love the shrink and link jewelry!

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    36. my kids would love to make the knit scarves

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    37. My girls would love to make the clay ornaments

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    38. All these kits are fantastic and great for getting kids to get away from their screens and learn, but the one I would be most excited about is the finger Knitting! My daughter has always wanted to learn how to knit, so that kit would be perfect!

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    39. a scarf would be fun
      hrddiana556@gmail.com

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    40. amy guillaume lindermanNovember 22, 2015 at 10:16 AM

      would love to make keychains for everyone with my son!

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    41. I want to try to learn to finger knit.

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    42. My niece would love to make a purse with the knitting kit.

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    43. I want to make some holiday decorations with string art.

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    44. My daughter would love the glitter clay charms.

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    45. We would love to make the glitter clay charms to fashion jewelry for gifts.

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    46. I would love to make a Shrink and Link jewelry set with my daughter! As a kid, I was a Shrink e Dink fan! I would love for her to get to experience them.

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    47. I would make a Pop Collage Bookmark.

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    48. The string art looks the most fun to me.
      thanks

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    49. i would love the Finger Knitting kit.

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    50. i think my daughter would enjoy making the glitter clay charms.

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    51. my little niece would love to make the glitter charms. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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    52. My daughter would love to do the string art!

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    53. Oh! A scarf sounds like it would be the most fun project of the bunch!!

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    54. I think my kids would really enjoy making key rings.

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