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Interview with Wish By April

Our latest interview features April from Wish By April! April is a party planner and homeschooling mom who loves to design and create special memories for her clients! When covid restrictions on gatherings affected her business, April shifted her focus from parties to finding creative ways to teach her 8 year old daughter at home. We have loved seeing how she has incorporated our PrintWorks Paper and Cardstock not only into her party decor but also into educational materials!

Read on for more homeschooling tips, party planning inspiration, and to learn more about April!

Americana Crafts

PrintWorks – Paper Bracelet Tutorial

Create a DIY Paper Bracelet with our free printable and tutorial video. This project is so easy and perfect for kids! Simply cut the paper strips, fold, and weave your way to a cute bracelet! It’s perfect for friendship bracelets, a school or summer camp craft project, or just a colorful DIY fashion accessory to wear yourself or gift to others! The possibilities are endless!

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2021 Craft and Color Trends

2020 was a tough year…amiright? It’s time to look forward to what will be trending this year for lifestyle, crafts and colors!

2020 had a huge influence in the trends we are seeing this year…with many people home more often and having more free time on their hands, crafting has exploded!  You will also see lifestyle and color trends are taking on a hopeful, refreshing feel.  Let’s take a look at some of the things we should be seeing and doing this year!

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Interview with 2nd Grade Teacher, Arora Maravich

Our latest interview features Arora Maravich. Arora is a second grade teacher who loves to help her students learn in their most effective way. Each child is different, with different skill sets, interests, and learning styles. In her classroom, Arora uses multiple forms of engagement to give each of her students the opportunity to thrive. She also recognizes the benefits of using paper in the classroom, which can assist in cognitive development.