We are still on a shell craft kick over here at Hygloss. We just can’t get enough of shells. Summertime leads to so much creativity. Just heading to the beach or a park can spark the imagination. Recently we showed you how to make sweet animals and wall art using shells. Today we […]
Welcome to the Kids Crafts Blog!
Hygloss has been producing creative art products since 1950 with one goal to supply innovative tools that will inspire children and adults to think, create, and grow! Our blog is here to share creative ideas with parents, home school pioneers, educators, family bloggers and enrichment groups. We use arts and crafts activities to engage children, enhance educational development and build creative thinking, while having some fun.
All the projects we create with adults and kids tells a story. Everything has meaning and a lesson to be learned. These lessons never have to be boring. They can be exciting and fun. Teaching kids about new subjects or extending their knowledge on existing ones can be a challenge. Today we are sharing a great […]
Not all families can get to the beach during summer vacation. Even when they do, you can’t always find an abundance of shells. That’s why we are happy to offer our craft fans a bucket of shells. Now you can bring the beach indoors with our shells, some paper, glue and paint. The following project […]
Forever Cupcakes? Would you like to create cupcakes with the kids that last forever? Now you can with this Sweet Faux Cupcake Project. With just a few simple supplies from Hygloss you can create a bakers dozen for all to enjoy. All you need are our craft cups in white or color, 2 inch styrofoam […]
Summer is just about here. That means school is over and summer vacation begins. Now the fun part, how to keep the kids busy and balanced? We have a few projects to share with those parents looking to add some creative fun to their kids days. First up is a fast and easy shell craft project. […]
Creating silhouettes has been around for ages. The art of the silhouette originated in Europe in the early 1700’s. The word silhouette derives from the name of Étienne de Silhouette, a French finance minister who, in 1759, was forced by France’s credit crisis during the Seven Years’ War to impose severe economic demands upon the French people, particularly […]
Children of all ages, even adults love little trinket boxes to store their jewelry, found objects and even notes. Trinket boxes can even store everyday bucket lists. Every time you open the lid of the box you may find something new to do. Examples of Things to Do Try a new color today Learn a new […]
Cinco de Mayo is a celebration held on May 5 to commemorate the Mexican Army’s 1862 victory over France at the battle of Puebla! This was during the Franco-Mexican War! Today parties and street celebrations are held all over the world to honor this special day. Even schools hold Cinco de Mayo programs to educate […]
I love spring. The season is full of life and growth and just perfect for both indoor and outdoor activities. I had lots of fun finding these ideas and I hope you enjoy these 11 ideas on bringing the ultimate spring experience to your classroom as much as I did. These ideas are great for moms and […]
Summer is on everyone’s mind! How are we going to keep the kids busy in a fun, entertaining way without breaking the bank? While you can certainly argue that being bored is not the end of the world, I like to have some simple yet fun, exciting yet educational summer crafts for kids on hand […]Pin It