Remember how excited you were growing up when your art class did pottery or clay projects? Usually you had times where you could make something for your parents too. Maybe your parents still have them even! I love how proud my kids look when they’ve made something new, especially when it’s not something they have . . . . .
My children love to learn about animals and I love to tie it all in with arts and crafts. Here is a great list of beautiful and colorful jungle crafts that you can visit when you’re done looking at this silly k cup monkey craft so you can make more fun crafts! How to make . . . . .
Does your little one love playing dress up? If so, they will adore this black cat cereal box purse craft. Slightly older kids can make it themselves while younger can have an adult or older sibling help make it. They can wear it for fun and even use it for storing a few treats once . . . . .
Peacocks are fascinating, aren’t they? My soon-to-be kindergartner and I each made a peacock craft using a paper plate and by recycling a cardboard tube. To paint our pretty peacocks, we used a fun dish brush painting technique. In this post we are sharing two different ways to make prints on the paper plates using . . . . .
Do you love using k cups at home? We do! But they are more than just containers for the perfect amount of coffee needed for a delicious cup. Did you know that you could make crafts with them, too? In this post, we will be showing you how to make a super cute k cup cheetah craft! . . . . .