What’s better than watching children creating something awesome! I love watching children when they are focused on a little project. Their little faces and expressions are so memorable. Working so hard on it, yet having so much fun! When they are finished, the proud look on their faces, when they present it to you. Here are… Continue reading Reindeer Crafts For Kids
I just saw this tutorial, and thought you might love to see! by Roni Johnson I was so excited when I found out one of our challenges this month was focused on Winter Windows. Immediately, I knew I wanted to make a shadow box card looking out over the wintery countryside. I didn’t want a… Continue reading Learn How to Create a 3-D Holiday Card
This is a fun post for moms and dads to craft with their children. They are so easy to make, and most of the supplies you probably already have on hand. Toilet Paper rolls. Don’t throw them out!!! You can make so many Christmas crafts with them. So ready, set, Create: Or you can… Continue reading TP Christmas Crafts For Kids!
The first thing I think of when I think of decorating with cranberries is of course…popcorn and cranberry garland for the tree. Children love to string popcorn, just add a little cranberries for color. Or you can also make these: Idea 1: Indoor Cranberry Candle Lay cut greens in the bottom of a hurricane glass.… Continue reading Cranberry Crafts
Fashion modern office supplies with vintage personality using yardsticks. To make the clipboard, remove the clip from a purchased clipboard by drilling out the rivets. Cut yardsticks into approximate lengths to cover the clipboard, then use wood glue to secure them to the board. Clamp and let dry. Trim excess yardstick from the edges using… Continue reading Crafting With Yardsticks
Recently I was given a new product to try out. It's called the Testors Craft Marbling Medium. I just wanted to show you what you can do with this wonderful new product. I used it with the Testors Acrylic metallic paint,they also sent me, which has the most gorgeous metallic blue in it (my favorite… Continue reading Testors Marbling Kit
I was at the dollar tree today, and as I was scoping out the aisles for ideas, I saw this plastic bowl. Difficulty: Easy I instantly thought of a mushroom. I then came upon this These together looked like a mushroom! If your children are making this, use plastic. I did have Rustoleum Red Spray paint,… Continue reading Mushroom