Get Crafty: Brit + Co's New Activity Kits Are Now at Target

Get Crafty: Brit + Co's New Activity Kits Are Now at Target

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Tara Bellucci
Mar 12, 2017

We're big DIYers around here, but know that not everyone has a fully-stocked craft room, just filled to the brim with everything you need to create when the desire strikes (that's still on our dream home wish list, tbh). That's why we're loving Brit + Co's new activity kits, which you can pick up at Target starting today.

Brit Morin has been a go-to for trendy DIY projects since she launched Brit + Co with her own subscription kits and online classes. They crunched the numbers and turned their most popular tutorials into the collection for Target. Ten project kits launch today—including Knit a Scarf, Clay Jewelry Dish, Gold Foil Tote, and Make a Macrame Planter—with five more coming in April.

If you haven't crafted since your summer camp days, or are looking to try something new, the upfront cost of getting all the tools and materials you need can be a deterrent, especially if you're not sure if you'll dig your new hobby. Each of the Brit + Co kits includes absolutely everything you need for the project, and are all under $25 each. Most of the projects take under an hour to complete, and many of the kits have supplies for more than one finished product.

"One big trend right now with young women is the ability to personalize fashion and home decor products, specifically with custom colors, designs, or phrases," Morin tells A Bullseye View. "Our Brit + Co kits let you do just that! Burn your name in wood with our Wood Burned Cutting Board Kit, weave a unique colorful bracelet with our Embroidered Leather Cuff Kit."

Brit's favorite? "If I had to pick, I would go with the Metal Stamp a Necklace Kit. The gold bar necklace has been a trend for a while now in the fashion world. In our kit, the Target guest gets two blank necklaces and a full box of metal stamps—make one for you and one for a friend. You can hammer in your name, your hometown, a favorite phrase… the options are endless! I'm planning on making necklaces with my kids' names on them."

The kits are available online and in most Target stores starting today.

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