When to start them scrappin?
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I'm thinking one of my special bday gifts for Haille while we're down in Disneyland in February is to buy her very own scrapbook and then when we get home she can come by and learn how to scrapbook with me. She will be turning five down with the Mouse. Is five too young to start do you think?
I think it would be great to help her start now. Kids love crafty stuff and aren't as worried about getting it all perfect the first time. Have fun!
Sadly Haille is a natural perfectionist. She gets so upset if she 'screws up' and colors outside the lines. No one in our family is strict on her creative side, but she is. I think she is OCD, she's always been very precise about where she wants toys, everything has to be just so. No one in this family is like that. Haille's just her own little person. Neat and tidy and organized is the way she has to be.
Originally Posted by Carousel96
Walmart has some cute Disney "kits" -- 8 x 8 book and papers -- that would be a fun gift and probably cost less than a book from the parks. I think there was a Mickey, a princess or fairies.
Michaels has a few kits, too, one with Ariel (Haille's favorite princess), but I think it would be more fun for her to look and pick one down there. Who knows, if none of them are exciting to her we'll get one at Wal-Mart or Michaels or Joann's