Let your child decorate your garden, potted plants, or windowsill with easy-to-make rock mushrooms that won't wilt in the summer sun.make rock mushrooms. To make your Rock Mushrooms, you need these materials: Hot glue , red and white paint, smooth rocks, and paintbrushes. In order to begin our rock mushrooms, first you'll need a smooth rock toinside the planter or on your windowsill, and I'm just gonna use hot glue and please make sure that adults, you do the hot glue . And there you have your cute little rock mushroom that you can place in your garden or on a windowsill wherever it
Vacation Countdown Caterpillar
Your kids will love tearing daily links from this adorable paper-chain caterpillar to count down the days until an exciting trip or event!until a big vacation there about to go on or until their birthday party , and you can also write fun facts about where you're going so your kids can learn something about its history, or you can even write something in it like, "give mommy a hug today or give dad a big kiss." Whatever you want, you can be fun and creative with it. Now that you've written inside each of your little papers, now we are going to make them in the chain links . So what you're going to do is fold it over and staple them on each side where they meet. This is really
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 baggyoff. 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 goingtricks that anybody could think of and there you have your delicious jelly bean cupcake.
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 toto 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
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
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 apinwheel. 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 pinwheelfold 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
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
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
Star Spangled Wind Socks
-Hi. My name is Eva and we're gonna celebrate 4th of July by making beautiful windsocks. In order to make your windsocks, you need these supplies: 12 x 12 inch sheets of light red and blue card stock, glue, star paper punches, scissors, a hole punch, ruler, 20 10-inch strips of ribbon, and twine.these supplies: 12 x 12 inch sheets of light red and blue card stock , glue, star paper punches, scissors, a hole punch , ruler, 20 10-inch strips of ribbon, and twine. To begin our 4th of July windsocks, you need to take your white pieceruler is flushed with your paper. Now we're just gonna take our hole punch and we're going to figure out where to punch our holes. The best places are 4 inches, 8 inches, and 11-1/2. So,
Baby Bird Nest
Bring the outdoors inside by creating a cozy new home for these adorable pom-pom birds.in order to make this project, you need these materials: Scissors, shredded brown paper , a stapler, orange paper, paint brush, paper plate , popsicle sticks , some googly eyes, brown paint, pompoms, and tacky glue. To begin our baby bird's nest , first we need our paper plate . What we're gonna do is cut it in half. You can use a ruler of if you like. I'm just going to eyeball it. Now, once you've cut your paper plate in half, you're going to paint each side on the back. So, I've got my brown paint and a paint brush and I'm just going to paint. Once you've painted 1/2 of your paper plate , you're to repeat on the other half. Then, we're going to stick them together and do about 5 staples all the way across, and I have one already done. So, after I painted it, I did about 5 staples and it's okay if you have more than that. That's okay, and then you can paint over your staples once they're on. In that way, it kind of covers up the metal. Once you've painted over your staples and let it dry, we're going to add shredded brown paper , and the best way to do this is we're only doing it on one side, so you just take a lot of glue and this is going to be become the nest. So, this is a lot of fun and it's okay of you get gluey. We're just gonna press all our papers down and the ones that get stuck will stay and then other ones will just follow up, so all I do is give it a nice little shake. Now, you can use recycled brown paper , brown paper bags, and you can also purchase the ones that are used for gift stuffing. So, we're just using some recycled brown paper bags and there is our cute little nest. I'm gonna set this one to the side and now we're going to startis going to be gluing them on to the ends of large popsicle sticks . So, can paint your popsicle stick if you want, but I'm actually just gonna keep mine this color, and we're just gonna put some glue on the edge of the stick. Now, that have dried, you can put your little popsicle sticks inside their nest, so the little birds have somewhere to sleep tonight and we're just gong to tuck them in and what I like to do so they stay in play is you can either glue them and let it dry or you can just push them in between the little staples and there you have your cute little baby bird's nest .