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4 comments

  1. April 10, 2013
    Mary Stark

    It is all about the process unless you are selling the product!

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  2. April 10, 2013
    Tara @ Surburble

    Good point! Then I guess the process becomes more about efficiency and not talking back to your mother than it is about “teachable moments”!:)

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  3. July 27, 2013
    Susan

    My sister and I were just talking about this! We were saying how we don’t let our kids craft as much as we should because they make a mess and the final product isn’t what we wanted it to be. But what you just wrote is so perfect for me to realize its the process that counts! And the final product should most definitely not be what I want! Thank you for this!

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    • July 28, 2013
      Tara

      Susan – I’m so glad that you enjoyed my post. It was definitely something that I had to come to terms with: my kids were not going to create Pinterest-worthy art all of the time. Sometimes, they’re going to make a mess, and that’s okay. I will say that I’ve gotten a lot more laid back about crafting mess even in the past six months. It’s made a big difference in how much fun they’ve had!

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