Our challenge ois now closed. Thank you to all of our beautiful Jot Kids who entered the challenge. Our winners are Maya van der Starre and Jarrah Allan. Congrats!
Welcome to our all new Jot Kids blog feature which will run over the next week or so.
We’ve got a few fun paper crafty things up our sleeves especially aimed at kids from 4- 12 years (but any age can play along) kicking off with our very first…
KID’S MOOD BOARD CHALLENGE.
Introducing our Rainbow Mood Board – filled with lots of colour and stripes. Kids, we want to see your colourful paper creations — you can make a scrapbook layout, greeting card or even cover a notebook with paper. Just make sure it’s bright and super COLOURFUL! We have a brilliant package of scrapbooking goodies donated by Anita at Flutterby Designs for our lucky winner.
Source: 1. Balloons: Circus Birthday Party by BambinaMia on Flickr via Pinterest here. 2. Coloured Pencil heart – fine art print from J2 Studios Photograhy from Etsy here. 3. Coloured pencils via Pinterest here. 4. Rainbow hair found on Flickr via Pinterest here.
How to enter
So now is your chance to play with paper, stickers, buttons, thread and photos and see what you can come up with. To enter and be in the running to win the fabulous Flutterby Designs craft pack, you can either ask your mum or dad to email your entry to us here at Jot Magazine- firstname.lastname@example.org OR if your mum has a blog, she can link us up by using the link tool below.
Mums – our challenge is also a wonderful opportunity for you to clean-out your stash of old papers, stickers, rub-ons and random chipboard pieces. Just pile it all on the kitchen table and let the kids create! So make the time to add the Jot Kids Bright Mood Board Challenge to your Activity List these school holidays.
Download our exclusive Jot Kids printables
As a little bonus, we also are thrilled to offer our exclusively designed sheet of printable elements that can be downloaded and printed out for your children to use in their work. Designed by Kim Archer, the design sheet is a PDF file and has tags and a few other elements that might be helpful and can be printed onto plain white cardstock, cut out and added to your work. (We have a BOY version coming very soon).
And here’s a more “boyish” version..
What’s coming up?
Later today we will introduce you to Grace, my 10 year old niece and Jackson my son who will each share what they came up with using the Mood Board as inspiration so make sure you head back over here for a visit. Plus we have a few other Jot Kids Guest Designers for you to meet – these kids have discovered just how great it is to create and we want you to meet them.
Lots more to come:)
Always smiling, busy mum Lauren loves jelly snakes and chocolate freckles (eaten together), windy days, coffee, stationery and social media. She’s addicted to tv show, Game of Thrones although admits she closes her eyes most of the time while watching and loves anything and everything as long as it’s paper. Read more about Lauren here.
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