A while back the girls received these Ann Williams Empower poster kits as a gift and they made them the other day. They had so much fun, and the finished posters are great. What a wonderful gift!
As with all Ann Williams kits we have used so far, there were plenty of supplies to make the project, and the instructions were clear and easy to follow. This kit does include quite a bit of drying time, so we started in the morning and finished it before dinner, including all the breaks for drying in between steps. It was fun because they got to create for a bit, then do something else, then create for a bit, and so on.
There were plenty of color options, and enough of each color that you could use all of the colors or just a few if you want to match some decor. You’ll even have enough left over that you could decorate some other crafts as well. Maybe make some matching picture frames with those unfinished wood frames from the craft store, or some matching bowls to put trinkets in.
The girls loved that there were options for the center sections as well, so they could choose the colors that fit them the best. You will need a good pair of paper scissors, as there is a lot of cutting involved.
The kit includes 2 sheets full of words and phrases for the poster. There is a good deal of space between each one, so they can be cut out in decorative ways. This is just one of the points when you get to add in your own creativity!
Kyla and Vada spent a while choosing which words and phrases described them best, and attached them to their posters. I love the finished creations. They are so positive and festive. These were really great gifts that I we would all recommend for crafty little friends!
You can find these kits on Amazon HERE.
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