Christmas Crafts: Clothespin Skier Ornaments
Get crafty this Christmas with our Clothespin Skier Ornaments.
Christmas Crafts: Ice-Pop Stick Sled Ornaments
Our Ice-Pop Stick ornaments will add a festive touch to your Christmas tree.
glitter, freshley pain the area you wish to cover. Sprinkle with glitter. Twist metallic chenille stems together. Bend into a horseshoe shape . Hot-glue to sled runners. For more holiday crafts ideas, visit
Christmas Crafts: Polar Bear Ornaments
These Polar Bear Ornaments are easy for kids to make. Watch this video to learn how!
How to make Polar Bear Ornaments. For this craft, you'll need: Styrofoam ball, white yarn, white felt, off-white felt, pencil, glue, ribbon, greening pin, black beads, small
Make a Witch-Hat Lamp Shade
A lampshade makes for spooky décor when it’s decked out like this iconic Halloween hat.
just make an outline all the way around and it makes a perfect circle . You also need to cut a circle out of the center and you have your witch's hat brim. The next thing you wanna do is you wanna turn your lampshade into the hat. So I'm gonna take a piece of tape, tape it to the end of the ribbon and tape it just to the inside of the lampshade. Then, I'm just going to go around and wrap, and each time I wrap, I wanna sort of overlap the ribbon before so it gets full coverage. Take your hot glue gun and you're just gonna apply a line of glue right where the shade meets the foam core. So I've taken a purple ribbon and I cut 3 6-foot long pieces and braided them to make a band that goes all the way around. I bought
Make a Clown Collar Costume
This vintage-inspired collar is a great addition to baby’s clown costume—and that’s no joke!
babies clown costume and let's get started. Here's what you'll need: a hot glue gun white felt, scissors, basket coffee filters, and Velcro. The first thing you're gonna wanna do is cut your felt into a U shape, and then next thing you wanna do is take one of your coffee filters and you're gonna fold it into a quarter. So, fold it in half and fold it in half again, and you're gonna take your glue gun put a dab of hot glue on that and just press it to the felt. This time, we use-- we're using this basket filters as if they already
Make a Ringmaster Coat Costume
Upcycle a plain sweatshirt into a kid’s coat that’s ready to take center stage!
it around the collar. Trim it to that length. Then, take the poster board and slip it into the channel of the waistband. Get your hot glue gun and apply a little bit of glue to the edge of each side of the new collar. Fold it over to seal the edges. To make it easier for your child to slip this over their head, you wanna cut about a 2-inch slit right in the center of the neckline. And before you add your final embellishments, just cut the sleeves to the length of your child's arms. Now, I'll just add some finishing touches with some ribbon, felt, paint and recycled milk bottle tops.
Make a Butterfly Tutu Costume
Don’t be scared by all of the layers—it’s super easy to make this too-cute skirt.
to make a tutu. Here's what you'll need: tulle, elastic, scissors, a hot glue gun, decorative paper , and a tape measure . So the first thing you wanna do is you're gonna take your elastic and just measure it around your child's waist. I like to just knot it together. You could stitch it; you could hot glue it, but a knot will work just fine. You're gonna cut your tulle into strips about 4 inches wide by about 29
Make a Paper Turkey Centerpiece
Stuff this turkey with popcorn to create a table decoration that doubles as a yummy appetizer.
-Hi. Today, I'm gonna show you how to make a paper - bag turkey for your Thanksgiving table. Here are the supplies you'll need: a plain grocery sack, two large sacks, clear plastic bags , a piece of paper, scissors, glue gun , and popcorn. The first step is to make the turkey's body. Take your brown paper bag . Put your hand inside and take the other hand, slashing down the corners, like so. Next, you're gonna take your popcorn in an oven-roasting bag, fill it up and stuff it inside. With your glue gun , apply some glue and seal the backside shut, then fold the corners diagonally and give it a little pleat in the back,
Easter Egg Parade
See how to put together a funny cast of yolk-filled characters with amazing hat ideas from FamilyFun.