January Notes

Dear Reader,

Thank you for continuing to read and visit, but most of all thank you for your support. I hope to continue to provide you with fun crafts and activities to help you make the most of your time with your kids. I have lots of fun things planned for the year. So keep on stopping by!

Starting this month, I will be having theme weeks here at Creative Family Fun. I’m doing this to help *me* plan better, but I hope that it will give you something to look forward to and a reason to keep stopping by. You can find the themes for January listed below.


Following along is simple. You can stop by the blog and see what’s new or subscribe to Creative Family Fun in a feed reader. You can “like” Creative Family Fun on Facebook here. I post links to all my new posts and also share fun things I find on other blogs. If you want to follow along on Facebook, make sure to like status updates or comment on occasion. It’s the only sure way to make sure my status updates keep showing up in your feed. Plus, I really like getting to know you! If Facebook is not your thing, you can follow along on Pinterest. I pin each of my new posts on my Creative Family Fun board here. Or you can follow all (or whichever boards you are interested in) here. Another option you have is to subscribe to my newsletter. I’ll send out a weekly email every Saturday, starting January 11, with links to all the previous week’s posts. I’ll also provide a few links to other ideas I’ve found that go along with the week’s theme. Click here to subscribe to the newsletter.
And for one final piece of news, I’ve finally joined Instagram. Woot! Follow along here, for sneak peeks of blog projects in progress and glimpses of everyday life. I’m already loving it!
Hope you continue to enjoy what you find here at Creative Family Fun!


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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her at Better Than Homework where she shares fun learning activities or Creative Family Fun where she shares art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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