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Getting Crafty with Curious Jane Magazine

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As a Mom of girls, I’m very familiar with the imagination of a creative and crafty kid. Their style and sense of fashion are a canvas into their minds. I love watching my girls transform their space with their own personal touches.

Curious Jane Magazine helps to inspire your tween to transform everyday objects into cooler creations. In the Spring issue, you will find different projects using simple, easy to find tools without fancy equipment. From funky t-shirt tassels to dry erase paint chip calendar, you will roll up your sleeves and get crafty with the kids!

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About Curious Jane:

A Brooklyn mother of two girls, Samantha became frustrated at the lack of challenging programs, workshops, and classes available to engage and enroll her daughters in, so she started her own!  A Yale graduate in Graphic Design and Industrial Design at Pratt, Samantha founded

A Yale graduate in Graphic Design and Industrial Design at Pratt, Samantha founded CURIOUS JANE to give all girls a space in which to be inventive in a fun, fast-paced, high-energy environment.

In 2014, she and her team recently won the prestigious “Small Business Grant from Chase” in support of their Curious Jane programs. CURIOUS JANE holds classes named Spy Science, Kitchen Chemistry, and Gadgets to Go in several other Brooklyn and Manhattan locations.

 

A one-year subscription at $45 includes How-To’s, Cut-Out crafts, savvy profiles of innovative girls and gals and (4) issues arriving seasonally.

 

 

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