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Kids Crafts

Mirror Mirror Snow White Crown

I’m here again with another fun and fancy princess craft sponsored by the creators of the movie Mirror Mirror. Last time we made a hand held mirror. Today we’re recreating Snow White’s crown from the movie. I couldn’t get over… Continue Reading →

Accordion Folded Spring Flower Collage

Tomorrow is the first day of spring! We’re off to a very rainy start around here – our house could definitely use some spring color to brighten things up. To welcome spring, we made cheery flower collages on accordian-folded strips… Continue Reading →

Foil Pendant Craft for Kids

Here’s a craft project for the big kids – creating shiny, embossed foil pendants with a few simple materials. Making these requires a gentle touch, but they are simple and addicting to make. My girls and I made piles of… Continue Reading →

More Rainbow Love with Q-tips

I’ve joined up with Q-tips again, as a Tipster ambassador, to share a fun painting craft for kids. Q-tips are the perfect paint brush for little ones. They fit well in their hands and are smooth to paint with. We created these rainbow… Continue Reading →

Have a Little Fun with EyeBombing

You’ve heard of yarn bombing, right? Well, now there is Eyebombing and I love it! As googly eyes are one of my absolute favorite kid craft supplies, I couldn’t be more excited to have learned about this fun site and happy past time!… Continue Reading →

Spring and St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Pages

We’ve got some fun free coloring pages for you to download and print out today, just in time to find the leprechaun’s gold. The kids will love to find all the 4-leaf clovers in this sneaky coloring page. Thanks to… Continue Reading →

“Mirror Mirror” Snow White Craft

As a child, the story of Snow White was always magical for me. The mirror, the dwarfs, the apple, and sweet Snow White. So I was thrilled when the creators of the new upcoming movie Mirror Mirror asked to sponsor… Continue Reading →

It’s Raining Rainbows

Everyone knows that March is the month that we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. For kids that means leprechaun traps, pots of gold and plenty of rainbows! To celebrate not only that green tinted holiday but also the coming of spring,… Continue Reading →

Dr. Seuss’ Birthday and National Reading Day

March 2nd is here, which means it’s National Reading Day, celebrated on Dr. Seuss’ birthday. What is there not to love about Dr. Seuss? His stories and pictures are some of the greatest of all time. I have so many… Continue Reading →

Contributor Spotlight: Amy of Let’s Explore

I’m taking the next few weeks to spotlight my amazing contributors. Next up on the list is Amy of Let’s Explore who contributes twice a month to our Kids Craft page. I love everything Amy comes up with. She’s got the perfect creative… Continue Reading →

Painting a Few Rainbows for Spring

Spring is just around the corner, I can feel it. It’s time to celebrate with flowers and rainbows, especially with St. Patrick’s Day coming soon. So today we are having fun with paints, creating a few swirly rainbows. We’re using… Continue Reading →

Creating 3-D Paper Sculptures With Kids

On most Fridays, I set-out a free play art activity for my girls. I pull out materials we haven’t used in a while, various items that fit a theme (like “round”), or craft supplies that we don’t normally use together…. Continue Reading →

Heart-Shaped Pipe Cleaner Rings

I’m on a pipe cleaner kick (well, I’m always on a pipe cleaner kick). But we’re extending the Heart-Shaped Goggles from last week to create a few fun mini heart rings. Be prepared, these are addicting. A few twists and… Continue Reading →

Saturday Spotlight: the color RED

Red is the color of the week with Valentine’s day approaching. Here are 6 red hot projects to complete this week, from over at the M&T Spotlight. **Next week: I’ll be featuring your Healthy Snack recipes. I need all the… Continue Reading →

Winter Projects, Love, and Valentine’s Day

Here are just a few of the posts I’ve been sharing around the web over the past few weeks. And I’ve thrown in some all around goodness from blogland. Come see what’s been going on. BabyCenter’s Momformation: 10 Ways to… Continue Reading →

35 Valentine’s Day Classroom Party Ideas

I love visiting classrooms during holidays, especially Valentine’s Day. There are so many fun ways to decorate and celebrate with hearts. Are you helping with a party this year? Possibly a room parent? We’re here to help. Here’s a list… Continue Reading →

Don’t Get Puzzled, Valentine!

A few years back, we made really fun giant Valentine puzzles. These were great. Perfect for little hands to help with, cutting and forming the puzzle. I thought this would be fun to do for my children’s friends or classmates,… Continue Reading →

Get Creative with These Robot Valentines

The best thing about robots is they can be tailored for both boys and girls. They are easy for little ones because you can construct them from simple shapes such as squares, circles, rectangles and ovals. Embellishing them a bit… Continue Reading →

Saturday Spotlight: Valentine’s Day Projects

It’s all about LOVE this next week, as we all get ready for Valentine’s Day. I’m sharing 6 darling ideas that will help you celebrate your loved ones from the M&T Spotlight. **Next week: more love for the week as… Continue Reading →

Pop Up Cards for Your Valentine

I’ve made pop up cards before – these fun Valentine Heart Pop Up Cards. This is a great card for you or your little one to help make for Valentines. Well I’ve got another version of the pop up card…. Continue Reading →

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