I am constantly out perusing for great craft ideas. Everyday I share things either that I’ve made myself or things others have made that I’ve found around the web. There are so many amazing project ideas out there. The Internet has provided us with a free and simple way to find just about anything, something we couldn’t do 20 years ago. Read More »
Winter is almost over, and chances are you have several mittens that are no longer pairs. It happens every year, but instead of tossing those mittens, let’s make some really fun puppets that take almost no time to make. I asked my 15 year old son, good sport that he is, to put these mitten puppets on his hands so Read More »
April is National Frog Month. Teachers and homeschooling parents will be looking for frog activities, frog crafts and even frog recipes. Umm, probably not actual recipes using frogs, but fun edibles shaped like frogs! I have what seems like a million empty egg cartons stashed in my craft room. I buy fresh eggs from my neighbor who has chickens and Read More »
Purim is a Jewish festival that’s lesser known than Hannukah or Passover, but still holds historical and religious significance. It’s often accompanied my a celebration that can include masks and costumes, and noisemakers or groggers. I made this noise maker for Purim but it would be great for New Year’s too! Get my instructions for this Purim Noise Maker at Read More »
April is National Frog Month and March is National Craft Month. See where I’m going with this? There are a lot of fun ways for kids to learn about the frog. Games, activities, printables and of course, crafts. This is a fun project that doesn’t take too much time, and then after they’re all done making their frogs, kids can Read More »
I’ve made several crafts in honor of the new Muppet movie, Muppets Most Wanted, this month. This one is Fozzie Bear made from foam coffee cups. I think my favorite part is his ascot :) Get my tutorial for this Foam Cup Fozzie Bear over at Spoonful.com.
When I was little I always watched Sesame Street. That was back before Nickelodeon and The Disney Channel, in fact it was before cable all together. It was when you had local channels and rabbit ears on top of your TV. You usually had the three major networks (ABC, NBC and CBS) and of course PBS where The Muppets were Read More »
St. Patrick’s Day is a fun time for celebrations and kids love throwing a party! A party means treat cups, so I’ve put together an easy project for you. Fill these with toys, trinkets and candy to send home with party guests. Get my instructions for these End of the Rainbow Loot Buckets at Spoonful.com.
I am a big Muppets fan and the new movie comes out on the 21st of this month. Animal was always one of my favorite characters, so when Spoonful said I could put together some Muppet crafts he was the first one I thought of! This project is made using a paper plate and construction paper. This crazy caveman plays Read More »
Leprechauns are super tricky and really fast, so if you want to find out the secret about where their gold is hidden you must set a trap! Once you catch them they are obligated to tell you the truth, but you must act quickly. Try this homemade trap to see if you are lucky. Get the instructions for my Cereal Read More »
Coiling a cardboard tube is really easy after painting it. The paint hardens the cardboard, but the trick is coiling it at the right moment. You can make so many things with this method! This Coiled Cardboard Tube Rainbow Mobile that I made for Spoonful is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day and for spring. Bring on the rainbows! Get my Read More »
This cute hat is easy to make and fun for young kids. A great paper pasting project and a way to make something they can wear. Fun as a takeaway for a St. Patrick’s Day party! Get my tutorial for this Four Leaf Clover Paper Plate Crown on Kix Cereal.
Chasing leprechauns are ya? He’s winking because he’s knows he’s tricky and it will take a lot for you to catch him! Make this fun winking leprechaun from a paper plate and construction paper. A great St. Patrick’s Day craft for a classroom too! Get my tutorial for this Winking Paper Plate Leprechaun at Kix Cereal.
I know it’s a little late to be sharing this Mardi Gras mask, but there’s always next year! Or, you can make this mask just for dress up fun. A great way to enjoy an afternoon of imaginative play. Get my tutorial for this Duct Tape Mardi Gras Mask at Kix Cereal.
Anyone who reads this blog knows that I adore colorful crafts. Spring and Halloween are my two favorite crafting occasions as they are full of color. Rainbows hit the Internet by storm usually at the end of February in preparation for St. Patrick’s Day and the coming of spring. I love rainbow crafts, so I came up with a fun Read More »
Got 5 minutes? Then I’ve got a super easy craft for you and your little girl. So grab some pony beads and pipe cleaners and head over to my post on Spoonful to get the instructions for this fun rainbow theme craft! Get my instructions for this 5-Minute Rainbow Pony Bead Bracelet at Spoonful.com.
A paper plate and feathers is pretty much all you need to make these beautifully colorful mask for celebrating Mardi Gras. Thing is, when Mardi Gras is over, this is still a fun dress up craft or photo prop! I’ll show you everything you need to make this mask in my post over at Spoonful. Get my tutorial for this Read More »