Bring your imagination and join us for a Twitter Party with Creativity for Kids. Everyone remembers Shrinky Dinks, right? It’s time to take a trip down memory lane as we remember this blast from the past product and learn about some new hits for the upcoming holiday season from Creativity for Kids. We’ll also be sharing our ideas for ways to add imagination and crafting to holiday preparation this year from pumpkin carving to stringing popcorn and creating your own ornaments. Creativity for Kids…Just Add Imagination!
Creativity for Kids Twitter Party
When: Thursday, October 21st from 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. ET
Where: #Creativity4Kids on Twitter
How: Be sure to tweet with the party tag and follow host @ResourcefulMom and sponsor @Creativity4Kids
– Shrinky Dinks Prize Pack – Two lucky winners will receive a prize pack comprised of three Shrinky Dinks products
– Spooktacular Prize Pack – Two party guests can prepare to be spooked by three spooktacular products just in time for Halloween
– New for Fall Prize Pack – One person will receive this wonderful prize pack featuring two of Creativity for Kids’ new fall products – Classic Wood Crafts and Create Your Own Enchanted Storybook
– Holiday Fun Prize Pack – Two winners will each receive a Creativity for Kids Holiday Fun prize pack consisting of Shrinky Dinks Holiday Fun and Beaded Snowflake Ornaments
Winners will be chosen from participants at the party and the giveaway is open to residents of the United States and Canada 18 years or older. Be sure to follow @Creativity4Kids!
Planning on attending? Let us know by linking your Twitter ID here (ex. http://twitter.com/ResourcefulMom).
About Creativity for Kids
Creativity for Kids was founded by two moms who met volunteering as creative programming leaders in their children’s elementary school classrooms. Phyllis Brody and Evelyn Greenwald were struck by the magic the children created with simple, interesting materials and the room to make their own choices. With the help of their families, they began packaging the magic on a ping-pong table in Evelyn’s basement. They took their product sets to the International Toy Fair in NYC and caught the attention of major toy retailers, leading the way for a new category of toys: creative activities.