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! . . . . .
Did you grow up watching The Jungle Book? I did and loved it so much! And now that the new Jungle Book movie came out, I get to share fond memories of this beloved title with my children. To really bring the jungle theme home (literally), we have put together a mist of some really . . . . .
Here’s another creative use for any stamps you happen to have – make your own stamped jewelry! Not only will kids love to wear their own handmade creations (or made by you), these could also be used as a party favor/party activity, for imaginative play, or given to a friend. We made a laminated jungle bracelet and beaded . . . . .
Shark Week is coming up at the end of this month, are you ready to learn all about these amazing creatures? My kids love watching it on the Discovery Channel. To kick things off this year, we are sharing a fun project to make with the kids – a shark surfboard craft! We teamed up with . . . . .