I always blog about the items Ethan brings home from nursery and our Easter gifts were no exception. Shortly after I blogged about Ethan’s Easter gifts we received an email asking if we would like to write about why this card was so important to me to feature in Paper Crafter. I was happy too and on Tuesday we received an email containing our feature.
I’m so proud that we were approached for this feature as crafting doesn’t come naturally to Ethan.
We received a copy of Paper Crafter in the post today and it comes with some lovely items to make Christmas cards and decorations. You can find out about Paper Crafter HERE and you will be able to purchase it from tomorrow.
3 thoughts on “Ethan’s Paper Crafter Feature”
Jane that’s wonderful! I got tears in my eyes reading this. It’s beautiful, both the magazine and the cards.
As a mother of two boys who hate crafts, I can relate to the wanting to get something, and the not being sure how much of it was their work… But for you it’s so much more, and I am so happy for you that you got a card from Ethan 🙂
I’ll keep my fingers crossed for you near Christmas time 🙂
so lovely!!!! well done to ethan, and that is such a special card and article to treasure for the future!
Lovely article! I can relate to exactly what you are saying as my 5 year old is autistic and also doesn’t like to get his hands dirty so fingerpainting and crafting is not usually on his agenda. He has been blessed with a wonderful teaching assistant and has been bringing home some lovely masterpieces from school. I will definitely continue to follow your blog. 🙂 Diane