It’s that time of year again and the back to school frenzy is in full swing. Malls, shoe stores, supplies stores, registration… the list goes on and the kids get tired. To add some fun into the back to school process, try making these classic pencil toppers to go with
Salt, flour, and water… that’s all it takes to make a simple Salt Dough Creation. Add paint and glitter then you have a gift worth sharing. These Salt Dough Creations are so versatile, they make the perfect present for anyone! Whether it’s a gift for Mother’s Day, Birthdays, Christmas or any other holiday, these creations
Need a craft to keep your little spring breaker busy? Or how about an activity to do as a group? Try making these Fun Spring Blowers using recycled materials. Not only are you teaching the valuable lesson of recycling, you are also helping children make something that’s functional. Creating something
Flowers are a standard Valentine’s Day gift for all the loved one’s in your family and of course its not complete without a vase! These Valentine’s Day Vases are easy to make and will highlight the love and friendship you (or your kids) have for those you care about.
Super Bowl LIII is approaching fast, so while you are preparing for the big day, let the little one’s celebrate in their own way with this Football Stadium craft! Keeping those little hands busy while you watch the game (and commercials) is essential so gather your supplies, put them at
With a new year already arrived, 2019 looks promising. This is the Year of the Pig who is associated with the Earth element and people born in this year will have great personalities and good fortune. Pigs are cute, pink, and fat and make perfect subjects for crafting. Let’s start
Pumpkins are a staple in the Fall. Whether purchased at a store or grown in your garden, they are used for carving, baking, and even for arts and crafts! Everyone knows that you can paint, decorate, and do pretty much anything with a pumpkin. But wouldn’t it be great to
Using recycled materials to make something new is always a rewarding experience and this key wind chime is just one fun example. By having your children use materials from around your house you can teach them how to reuse items that would otherwise fill up our landfills and create something