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  1. A Sketch A Day

    A Sketch A Day
    May 06, 2021
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  2. Cricut Spring Craft Projects

    Cricut Spring Craft Projects
    March 31, 2021
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    Spring has finally sprung so it’s time to get out your Cricut Machine and get cracking with some craft projects to get you excited for the sunny months ahead!

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  3. Fun Easter Crafts to make with your Cricut Machine

    Fun Easter Crafts to make with your Cricut Machine
    February 25, 2021
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    With Easter just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking of some fun Easter crafting projects for you and your family.

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  4. Make Your Own Crowns Using a Cricut Machine

    Make Your Own Crowns Using a Cricut Machine
    February 25, 2021
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    Make your own set of royal crowns fit for any royal family! The whole family will love getting involved in this fun project. Use your Cricut machine to cut out the crown base and jewels then have fun assembling and decorating your crowns however you fancy!

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  5. Make Your Own Colour In Notecards With Cricut

    Make Your Own Colour In Notecards With Cricut
    February 25, 2021
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    Create beautiful happy mail notecards, that are perfect for all occasions be it celebrations or condolences these bouquet notecards are the perfect postal pick me up.

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  6. 9 Fun Activities and Games for KS2 Kids

    9 Fun Activities and Games for KS2 Kids
    January 15, 2021
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    Having gone straight from the excitement of Christmas and into new COVID-19 restrictions, including homeschooling, means that parents need to get creative to avoid hearing “I’m bored!” from their children. The pandemic (and the typical seasonal weather) may have kept us inside for weeks on end, but it is now after all the Disney films have been rewatched that kids start to get restless.

    Entertaining bored kids is no small feat, as many 7- to 11-year-olds will turn their noses up at activities that don’t involve technology. Whether it’s a rainy day, a much-needed break from schoolwork or a kid’s birthday party, you need to have a few activities up your sleeve to entertain the kids. 

    Check out these fun boredom-busting activities to keep the kids...and adults entertained!

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  7. How To Spark Your Childs Imagination and Creativity

    How To Spark Your Childs Imagination and Creativity
    January 15, 2021
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  8. DIY Christmas Make Your Own Christmas Tree Baubles

    DIY Christmas Make Your Own Christmas Tree Baubles
    November 14, 2020
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    With Christmas just around the corner, we’re still going strong on the homemade Christmas decorations here at Ryman. Our latest DIY Christmas decoration is a simple, yet effective paper mache bauble with a vintage feel. It’s also a good decoration for you if you enjoy getting hands-on. Follow our easy-to-understand guide below to make your way to a homemade Christmas.

    What you will need

    PVA glue, available from Ryman a paintbrush, also available online and in Ryman Stores an old book that you don’t mind ripping up; an ol

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  9. DIY Christmas Make Your Own Christmas Plate

    DIY Christmas Make Your Own Christmas Plate
    November 02, 2020
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    Sometimes the simplest things are the most effective and we certainly found this to be the case with our homemade Christmas crafts. The Christmas plate is a really easy, fun and creative activity that is suitable for nearly all ages! What’s more, you can draw anything (festive) that you like, so let your imagination run wild!

    What you will need

    Sharpie markers, available online here at Ryman

    A plain white plate. You can buy these very cheaply in many large supermarkets. If you want a whole selection of Christmas plates, it could be a good idea to buy a set of plates.

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  10. Origami

    Origami
    July 26, 2020
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    Simple Origami Ideas

    With the schools breaking up for the summer holidays, it can be a challenge to find ways of keeping the kids occupied.

    Back to present day and most people get involved in some kind of clean up to give their home or workspace a detox.

    We’ve been keeping ourselves occupied here in the Ryman office by making origami models. Originally developed in Japan in the seventeenth century, origami is the art of paper folding and is a great activity for kids which involves little more than a sheet of paper!

    The Brother website has a series of easy-to-follow tutorials as part of their online origami School.

    We started with the Lion and quickly moved onto the Fox and the Dog.

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