Warm Winter Wishes Craft by The Goddard School

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This special homemade photo gift is sure to warm hearts this winter! Create one for a special someone or make many to give as gifts to family and friends to share the joy of warm winter wishes!

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What you need:

Sheets of colored paper or craft foam

Ribbon or small adhesive magnets

Small photo(s) of your family or child

Glue stick

Child-safe scissors

Washable markers

Pencil

Single hole punch

Decorative “winter” craft accessories of your choice

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What to do:

  1. Use a pencil to trace your child’s hand on a sheet of paper or craft foam. Trace each finger individually or around their four fingers together and thumb separately to make a mitten shape.
  1. Carefully cut out the hand or mitten shape, and then trim your photo to fit in the “palm” of the cutout. Glue the photo in place.
  1. Here’s the fun part! Encourage your little one to get creative with washable markers and “winter” craft accessories to add their own decorative touch!
  1. When your child is happy with their masterpiece, either punch a hole in the top and tie a ribbon through it for hanging or attach small adhesive magnets to the back for hanging on the refrigerator.

*An adult should oversee all activities. Activities may not be appropriate for all ages.

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The Goddard School in Knoxville & Farragut

Farragut

125 Loudoun Road (¼ mile east of Concord Road/Kingston Pike intersection)

Farragut, TN

865-966-0663

Knoxville

10720 Virginia Pine Way (Located off Hardin Valley Road, east of Pellissippi Parkway)

Knoxville, TN

865-531-9599

 

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Over 20 years ago, I moved to Knoxville and fell in love with the city that has now truly become my home. Shortly after moving here, I married my college sweetheart, and when not working we set out to travel as much as we could. After working as a financial manager for six years, I welcomed my first son in 2010 and began a journey as a stay-at-home mom. Two years later we added another baby boy to make us a family of four. In June 2016, we welcomed our third son. I founded Knoxville Moms in November 2013 which began my career as a work-from-home mom, and it grew to the expansion of Chattanooga Moms in March 2016. We welcomed our first girl in November 2017 making us a family of six and adding a little pink in our house. In June 2021, I became the co-owner of the Atlanta Mom website, and in March 2022 I became the owner of the Nashville Moms parenting website. When I’m not chasing the kids or stepping on Legos, you can find me enjoying a cup of coffee, reading a good book, and dreaming about my toes in the sand. I enjoy meeting new people and enjoy providing local resources for families in Knoxville, Chattanooga, Atlanta, and Nashville.

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