Vanessa purchased Fiskars crafting supplies and donated them to her daughter’s Girl Scout troop ensuring that they will have enough of their own supplies for their troop activities. The troop leader was excited to see all that Vanessa had donated for the girl scouts. In addition to the donation, she went to the Fiskars’ website for crafting ideas and decided to make Reusable Sandwich Bags. Click here to read Vanessa’s post.
Kaysi purchased crafting items and went through her own crafting supplies to donate to kids and teachers. Her kids were also excited to help out. Along with her donation, Kaysi decided to make a Halloween board game because she has been having trouble finding a game that works for all her kids. Click here to read Kaysi’s post.
Carolyn loves supporting art programs for kids and was excited about the Fiskars Shape Their Future Project. She is purchasing items from Walmart and donating to her local elementary school. Along with the items she is donating, Carolyn decided to create a recycled grocery bag book using brown bags and Fiskars craft products. Click here to read Carolyn’s post.
Amy has a new appreciation for teachers and the supplies they have to purchase for their classrooms. She decided to purchase crafting supplies to donate to a local school in the area. She focused on the supplies that teachers end up running out of during the year. Amy also decided to create a decorated bean bag toss set that she noticed on the crafting ideas section of the Fiskars website. Click here to read Amy’s post.
Ashley donated craft scissors and other crafting supplies to a local charity close to her heart, The Boys and Girls Club of America. She loves being creative and shared a tutorial on how to make Halloween party favors displayed on the Fiskars website. Click here to read Ashley’s post.
Janet and her son decided to try out a craft idea on the Fiskars website. They made a Bottle Cap Butterfly using Fiskars art supplies and also decided to donate arts and crafts supplies to her son’s school for kids who need them. Click here to read Janet’s post.