The makes in Mini Makers are designed to encourage the parent and child to craft together, with the adult typically creating the basic structure and the child decorating and personalizing to create the finished product. Clear step-by-step pictures guide you through how to do each one from scratch. As well as being great fun, the crafts encourage imaginative play and are designed to develop fine motor control whilst promoting life skills such as telling the time, playing games with other children, following rules, musical awareness, rhythm, baking and reusing household items. Projects include: Pebble dominoes, Clay tea set, Magnetic faces, Cardboard boat and No-sew cape.
|Dimensions||203 × 254 mm|
Laura Minter and Tia Williams are two creative mums based in Brighton, UK. They started Little Button Diaries, their crafting and baking blog, in 2013. They have won Best Craft Blog at the 2014 Mum and Dad (MAD) Blog Awards and a 2015 Brilliance in Blogging award in the crafts section. Laura and Tia also write craft tutorials for craft superstore Hobbycraft and work on blog projects with high-street stationers Paperchase.