Monday, November 15, 2010

Corps of Re-Discovery

So a modest little packet came the other day.  It was just this kit to make a coin pouch out of leather.  I was amazed by it simplicity, Because everything that you needed to make a frontiersmen coin pouch was right here all together.  No cutting of leather, no searching for string.

  coin pouch kitCole was so excited to create this pouch that we had to drop everything we were doing, so that we could put this together.  The Coin Pouch Kit came with two pieces of pre-cut leather with a snap already on it, piece of plastic string, and instructions.  Cole got a little frustrated at first, because it wasn’t looking like mom’s stitches, but after a while he got the hang of it, and was able to stitch it with no problem.  It also helped him a little more, when I snipped the end off a little to create more of a point.  Here is what it looked like when we were finished. 

Coin pouch 

We even went online to Corps of Re-Discovery to see what we could purchase next to accompany our studies.  I think the Bear claw necklace kit might be something that my Cub Scouts den, the Bears could do as an inexpensive activity.  I mean I wouldn’t have to spend all day in the Michael’s or Walmart looking for all the items needed to do this craft.  What a time saver!

The Coin Pouch Kit is $4.99, and I think it’s a great little kit, not only with the reasonable price, but also with your time to collect everything and make it look “cool.”  

The Corps of Re-Discovery is a home-school family that traveled the United States in an RV experiencing life and learning about our ancestors and how our country was built.  They work together as a family to bring these creative kits to us.  Check out the Corps of Re-Discovery, I’m assure you that you will find something that would enhance your studies of American Indians, Frontiersmen, and the Pioneers of America. 


~I am a member of The Old Schoolhouse 2010-2011 Crew and receive free products and services in exchange for a thorough and honest review.  Though I am compensated with free products, I am not compensated in the form of cash for my reviews.  My reviews will always reflect my honest opinions, findings, beliefs and experiences on the products and services that I receive.

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