Ever try crafting with spoons before? We recently crafted with plastic ones as part of a spoons craft challenge. We have made 3 spoon animals so far with this adorable plastic spoon mouse reading pointer craft being the 1st. It goes along with the kids book, Little Babymouse and the Christmas Cupcakes. Little Babymouse and . . . . .
Do you ever save bottle caps for future use in craft projects? In today’s post, I am sharing how to use some of them to create bottle cap winter animal ornaments. You can also see what a couple of our crafty friends made by recycling plastic lids into a creative holiday craft at the end . . . . .
Here’s a fun craft for kids to make that’s also functional, a DIY owl snack cup! Place yummy snacks, candy, and so on inside it. It could also be used as a crayon holder or for other crafty supplies. Ours was used for popcorn making snacktime a hoot! DIY Owl Snack Cup Supplies Used: *This post contains affiliate . . . . .
We love Wonder Woman around here! For this month’s kids craft stars aluminum can challenge, we made a cool-looking recycled soda can Wonder Woman craft. All you need is paint and an LED tea light to make it. See also: cardboard tube Wonder Woman tiara and bracelet cuffs Recycled Soda Can Wonder Woman Craft *This post contains . . . . .
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 . . . . .