Kids Crafts

Two Fun Ways to Celebrate Graduation Day

-+*I’m contributing over at Snackpicks again today sharing two fun ways to celebrate your graduate! There’s fun ideas for a graduation party, complete with invitations, snacks, and games. Or make a personalized handprint certificate for your graduate to commemorate their… Continue Reading →

Organizing Craft Supplies with Plastic Zip Bags

-+*When I buy crafting supplies they usually come in packages that don’t close back up or are too small for my fingers to use. I often end up with a tub or drawer of beads, pom poms, and googly eyes… Continue Reading →

Helping Kids Stay Hydrated with a Cute Crafty Cup

-+*Guest Post by Allison of How Does She? We are awe struck by all the things amazing women around us do. From balancing a healthy lifestyle, to throwing the perfect party, to implementing creative ideas with family. We always seem… Continue Reading →

Monsterous Stepping Stool for Kids

-+*This monster stepping stool by Indie Tutes has been in my bookmarks for a while now. I’m off to get some fuzzy furry fabric today to create this absolutely creepy stool. My kids are going to love it!

Mother’s Day Pipe Cleaner Flower Bouquet

-+*I first saw these pipe cleaner flowers done by Kami at No Biggie. She shared how to make them into fun rose rings, but I thought I’d put my own little twist on them for a Mother’s Day Bouquet. You… Continue Reading →

Crayons Shaped into Letters for Teacher Appreciation

-+*Next week is Teacher Appreciation Week and here’s a fun idea to give: Crayons Shaped into Letters by Testosterone Times Three. My sister shared this with me while searching online and I think it’s such a darling idea. So easy… Continue Reading →

Fun Printable Mother’s Day Coloring Pages

-+*Mom, Grandma, or even Aunties would love to receive a colorful drawing from a child. Print out these fun coloring pages and add them to your Mother’s Day gift as a cute card!

Animal Umbrellas to Spruce Up the Spring Rain

-+*We’ve had a few April showers this month, even snow, but we’re staying dry with these fun animal umbrellas. This pink umbrella makes the perfect jellyfish, fun for twirling and spinning in the rain. With just a few simple supplies,… Continue Reading →

What We’ve Made for Mom on Mother’s Day

-+*Here are just a few of the things we’ve made for Mom in the past. There are also some fun ideas for the kids to get involved. We love Mom! Handmade Photo Cube ~~~ WOW card for MOM ~~~ Picture… Continue Reading →

Earth Day Recycled Art Challenge – Featuring YOU

-+*Thanks to all the fun submissions for our Recycled Art Challenge. Heather from Dollar Store Crafts and I had fun checking them all out and seeing what amazing creations you all came up with. We’ve picked some of our favorites… Continue Reading →

The Rock Museum is Open Today

-+*My son is a collector. He collects rocks, bottle caps, cars, etc. The other day he came up with the idea to showcase his rock collection by hosting a Rock Museum in his room. He got it all ready to… Continue Reading →

Weekend Make and Takes: Earth Day

-+*With Earth Day coming up on April 22nd, here’s a few fun ways to celebrate this special holiday. There are so many fun and creative ways to reduce, reuse, recycle! Cereal Box Robins by Almost Unschoolers (via One Pretty Thing)… Continue Reading →

Make and Takes Crafty Challenge: Recycled Art

-+***Update: to see the results, visit our Earth Day Recycled Challenge Page Are you ready for a challenge? I’m teaming up with Heather from Dollar Store Crafts to bring you a fun crafty challenge just in time for Earth Day…. Continue Reading →

We’ve Got Your Earth Day Coloring Pages

-+*Celebrate our planet by coloring these fun Earth Day coloring pages. There’s an earth, sun, tree, recycle symbol, and a fun birdy connect-the-dot. To make it even more earth friendly as you color, print these coloring pages on the back… Continue Reading →

Birthday Party Ideas for Bags and Games

-+*I’m contributing over at Snackpicks again today, sharing two fun birthday party ideas. We’re making Alphabet Letter party bags, a fun activity for the guests to make, and putting a twist on a classic game, Pin the Hat on the… Continue Reading →

Playing With Trash: Mini Lego Playhouse

-+*It’s so hard to throw boxes into the recycling. Not because I want to keep them, but because my sons always want to play with them! Boxes are such a great blank canvas for creative play, and kids seem to… Continue Reading →

Turn Your Child’s Face into a Funny Bunny Frame

-+*Looking for a little last-minute Easter fun? Your little bunnies will think these frames are funny! Alter some mini dollar store frames into silly frames using a few simple items  you probably already have on hand. I used dollar store… Continue Reading →

3 Simple Tips for Coloring Eggs at Easter

-+*Every year when Easter comes around, we get ready to color eggs. My kids love it, but I tend to get a little pit in my stomach at the thought of the mess and stain of fingers or clothing. So… Continue Reading →

We’ve Got Your Free Easter Coloring Pages

-+*I’m happy to share our new coloring pages, the ultimate “make and take”! Our first set includes these fun and playful Easter Coloring Pages. There’s a cute bunny rabbit, sweet baby chick, beautifully intricate Easter egg, and even a tricky… Continue Reading →

On a Hunt for Mixed Up Eggs

-+*We’re getting ready for Easter with a fun Mix & Match Easter Egg Hunt. I’ve mixed up the egg’s colors and the kids are on a hunt to find their match. Hopefully they’ll learn more about colors while having fun… Continue Reading →

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