Hi everyone! I’d like to introduce you to Rachel from I Heart Crafty Things who will be contributing once in a while on Artsy Momma. She shares so many cute ideas on her blog. I especially love her book-based crafts, cupcake liner crafts, and all things washi tape! Be sure to head on over for . . . . .
Food can be boring sometimes, but if you add a little color it can be turned to something really exciting! Today we are going to share 15 creative rainbow snack ideas you can try with kids to add color in their day and on their plate. These rainbow snacks are also a fun way to get even picky eaters . . . . .
My son made this Heart Flower Craft in an ABC class he took last summer. They made it for the letter V, but it is also perfect as a Valentine’s Day craft! Supplies Needed: green paper paper in color of choice Popsicle stick scissors glue paint Instructions for making the Heart Flower Using the paper in your . . . . .
This Clay Caterpillar Crayon Holder is easy to make. Supplies needed: clay- I used Crayola Air Dry Clay craft wire pipe cleaner googly eyes (optional) paint spray coating– this seals/protects it glue (if adding googly eyes) crayons Instructions: Roll clay into balls to make the caterpillar body String sturdy wire through each ball one at . . . . .
This Caterpillar to Butterfly Craft is part of our The Very Hungry Caterpillar Theme. First, my son colored with markers onto a paper towel. The coffee filter is a Sun Catcher. Please see my post from last year if you are interested. I placed it on an old baking sheet that we use specifically for . . . . .