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Buying Guide: If jigsaw puzzle boredom has set it, try string art
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Buying Guide: If jigsaw puzzle boredom has set it, try string art

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If you're looking for a fun and creative way to pass the cold winter days, this string art kit from String of the Art is the perfect activity for the whole family. Here are 3 reasons you should try it as your next quarantine craft, or buy it as a thoughtful holiday gift:

1) Any skill level will enjoy making it.

This string art kit includes easy to follow instructions and all the materials you need, from high quality embroidery floss and metallic wire nails to a hand sanded and hand stained pine wood board. Whether you’re a string art enthusiast or a first time crafter, you'll be able create something beautiful from scratch.

2) You'll be rewarded with a striking work of art.

Unlike some crafting projects that end up stashed in the back of your closet after completion, this string art kit helps you create a stunning work of art that you can enjoy as a long lasting piece of home decor. When the pattern is completed, the strings reveal a silhouette of a mature tree in the wood. The classic, rustic style is sure to be a hit as a holiday gift.

3) Amazon customers are raving about it.

Amazon customers who have tried this stay at home craft kit are raving about the quality giving it an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars. They loved that it was an alternative to high skill level crafts like knitting so they could enjoy it with their kids. When jigsaw puzzle and board game boredom set in, this kit offered a unique alternative. It’s also made in the USA, so you can support the economy while you craft.

DIY String Art Kit Rustic Decor available from Amazon 


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