Bunnies are the cutest, aren’t they? In this post we are sharing how to recycle k cups into adorable bunnies. They are easy to make and can be used as a Spring or Easter decoration or for kids to use for imaginative play. Stay tuned for the k cup birds we plan to share soon . . . . .
Did you catch the paper rosette birds we shared yesterday? We used them to make a pretty spring decoration for our half wall counter – a darling DIY Paper Bird Bouquet! It’s sure to brighten up any room in your home. For this project, we used our Xyron® 3″ Sticker Maker and Tape Runner. As part of . . . . .
Spring has sprung in my neck of the woods, so we are in full Spring crafting mode. Today’s post is actually 2 parts due to length. In this post, we are sharing a tutorial for cheerful paper rosette birds. In post 2 we will show you how to easily incorporate the rosette birds into a . . . . .
What comes to mind when you think of Spring? Flowers, bugs…..and birds! The creative preschool team did a flower theme and bug theme last year, this year we are doing a bird theme….so fun! Little Sister made shredded paper cd birds. They turned out super cute! *This post contains Amazon affiliate links. Additionally, we received some . . . . .
Have you ever let the kids do one of those paint-your-own wooden projects? Like those mini treasure boxes or picture frames. We have painted wooden holiday-themed masks in the past and our most recent project was an easy wooden birdhouse craft. Little Sister, who is 4, enjoyed decorating her very own birdhouse and playing with the . . . . .