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Gift Guide: Crafty

The holidays are here! Not sure what to get the crafter in your life? Check out Kidzworld’s gift guide suggestions. Whether they love sewing, scrapbooking or knitting, these gifts are sure to please.

Sewing Machine

Gift Guide: CraftyBrother LS2000 mechanical sewing machine, $79.98
 

If your friend or loved one likes to create things, why not get them a sewing machine. They can make their own clothing, pillows, accessories, bedding and more! We recommend the Brother LS2000 mechanical sewing machine. $79.98, Walmart.

SMASH Book

Gift Guide: CraftySMASH Book Pretty Pink Folio, $14.95
 

SMASH books are the newest trend in scrapbooking. The books are an area to collect thoughts, pictures, ramblings, ideas, notes and so much more. There are a ton of fun accessories that make your book even more special and unique. We suggest the Pretty Pink Folio. $14.29, www.eksuccessbrands.com.

Learn to Knit Kit

Gift Guide: CraftyTeens Learn To Knit - Starter Kit Gift Box, $19.95
 

Teens Learn To Knit - Starter Kit Gift Box is perfect for the knitting beginner. The kit contains a 98-minute instructional DVD, knitting needles, and enough yarn to get the creativity started. $19.95, Michaels.

Acrylic Paint Set

Gift Guide: CraftyMartin/ F. Weber Bob Ross Master Paint Set, $67
 

Need a gift for the artist in your life? Trying a painting set like the Martin/ F. Weber Bob Ross Master Paint Set. The set includes 4 brushes, 1 Painting Knife, 8-37ml paints, 40z bottle of liquid white, 1 hour instructional dvd and color photo with instructions. $67, amazon.com.

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