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Crafts for Kids: Mama and Papa Fox
Learn how to make dapper felt and styrofoam foxes in only a few minutes. This fun fall craft is sure to keep your kids entertained and add flair to your living room.
4-1/2 inch Styrofoam sphere and 9-inch Styrofoam cone, a skewer, straight pins, push pins and binder clips. First, download, print and cut out fox templates from parents.com/fox. Trace and cut each piece from the appropriate color
with the skewer. Dress your foxes in your precut clothing pieces. Decorative push pins are the perfect way to make buttons. Your foxy family will add [unk] decoration to any room.
Crafts for Kids: Darling Dishes
Store your odds and ends easily with these darling DIY dishes made of felt.
Crafts for Kids: Cozy Critters
If your munchkins are looking for a new stuffed buddy, create a cozy fall critter with these easy instructions.
these cute and cushy critters with your little ones. To create these stuffed animals , you will need: Felt, a pencil, templates, scissors, felt glue, polyester stuffing, binder clips, buttons, a needle, and thread. First, download and
Hi, my name is Eva and thanks for joining me. We're gonna be making homemade terrariums today. In order to do this project, you'll need these materials: a large plastic bottle, scotch tape, potting mix, newspaper, large spoon, pebbles, seeds and a spray bottle. Now to start this homemade terrarium,
In order to do this project, you'll need these materials: a large plastic bottle , scotch tape , potting mix, newspaper, large spoon, pebbles, seeds and a spray bottle . Now to start this homemade terrarium, grab your kids and enjoy celebrating Earth Day while making your own terrarium. We're going to
to the size you like, you're gonna take a little bit of scotch tape and tape your funnel together. And since this is for Earth Day, it's a little messy so you might wanna do this outside while you're in nature. We're gonna grab our plastic bottle now, keep our funnel open and put it right at the top. Now we're going to take our wooden spoon and dump
Funny Farm Bird Egg
Looking for a way to use your extra Easter eggs? Your kids will love making this fun feathered friend!
out an egg. And you can usually purchase those at your local craft stores . Now, we're gonna add our tail. So, where you blue out your leg just in case you did blue it out, you're
Jelly Bean Cupcakes
-Hi, my name is Eva, and we're going to be making jelly bean cupcakes, and in order to do this project, you will need these materials: a tag, jelly beans, colored paper cut, sandwich baggy, tacky glue, red pompom, marker and scissors. You kids are going to have so much fun making these jelly bean
-Hi, my name is Eva, and we're going to be making jelly bean cupcakes, and in order to do this project, you will need these materials: a tag, jelly beans, colored paper cut, sandwich baggy, tacky glue, red pompom, marker and scissors. You kids are going to have so much fun making these jelly bean cup cakes. I know I do. So, what we're gonna do first is have your child open up their little sandwich baggy
off. Now, that your cup is done, we're going to add our jelly bean cupcake topper. So, what you wanna is twist your bag so that bottom is hidden inside the cup, and we're just going
tricks that anybody could think of and there you have your delicious jelly bean cupcake.
Create a playtime raft that really floats with just a few natural twigs from your own backyard.
be making a nature twig raft. For this project, you'll need a hot glue gun felt, twigs, twine and scissors. To begin your nature twig raft, all you need to do is get a bundle of sticks.
how you want them to be glued and again, we're using a hot glue gun so please make sure, parents, this is your job to make sure the hot glue is only touched by you. If any of your sticks have little bends, you can set those aside 'cause maybe they'd make a great mast. I'm trying to find my most straight sticks and then we're gonna take 2 of our stick and lay them across like this, so when we turn it over, it'll kind of help our raft float. Now I'm going to begin gluing the base of the raft together. So, carefully just do a little bit of hot glue Now
Eye See You Glasses
Craft googly glasses for April Fool’s Day with just a few supplies and a little imagination.
a called Eye See You, a pair of glasses made from recycled egg carton , and in order for this project to work, you will need these materials: Scissors, egg carton , markers, paint brushes , a pencil, paints, hole punch , and chenille stems. To begin our I see you glasses, we're going to take our recycled egg carton . Don't get rid your egg cartons because we need them for this project, okay? first we're going to cut out our 2
This lovable giraffe can stand up all on its own thanks to sturdy clothespin legs.
giraffe. In order to make this project, you will need these materials: Paint brushes , scissors, yellow pompoms, yellow paint, brown paint, black paint, yellow card stock , 3 clothespins, and brown pipe cleaner . To begin our clothespin giraffe, we're going to start with the body. So, what you're going to do is take your yellow card stock and just cut an oval shape out of it. You can trace something if you want, but I'm just gonna guess here, and here comes the fun part.
make the main. So, what we're going to do is take some pipe cleaner , fold it in half and I'm just going to trim this down a little bit by sniffing off of the ends, and
Hi. My name is Eva. And today, we're making a fun summer pinwheel. In order to make your in wheel, you'll need these supplies: Scotch tape, stickers, scrapbooking paper, a pencil, hole punch, brass paper fastener, scissors, and a ruler. In order to make your pinwheel, which we're doing ours as a
pinwheel. In order to make your in wheel, you'll need these supplies: Scotch tape , stickers, scrapbooking paper, a pencil, hole punch , brass paper fastener, scissors, and a ruler. In order to make your pinwheel, which we're doing ours as a festive patriotic pinwheel
fold it in half. Open and cut along the lines. Get some scotch tape and be ready because you're going to have to tape it together. So, we're just going to roll it up. And what I like to do is I like to take a pencil and use that to roll. Once it's rolled, you can just drop the pencil out and use scotch tape to keep it secured. Now that you have your handle ready, you can kind of squeeze one end together and punch a