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We still can’t get enough of the southwest vibe. Here is a fun little cactus project I created using felt, paper, batting and craft glue. Super fast and easy to make. Scroll on down for the supply list and instructions….. Supplies: Green Felt, Hygloss Products Fluorescent Pink Paper, Hygloss Craft Glue or Fabric Glue Craft Paint, Deco Art Wood Craft Cube, Craft Stores Fabric Batting Other: Scissors, Pencil, Paper, Paint Brush Step One Copy or draw…

Are your kids dreaming of unicorns? Imagine a world where rainbows gleam in the sky even on the sunniest of days. A place where gardens are alive outside all year, fairies flicker around from flower to flower making sure they have enough pollen for their bumble bee friends, not to mention some golden honey. Here you will also find flying bears, pink swans and dazzling unicorns. Some days in our studio we imagine a place like this…

Today we would like to share a fun project using 3 supplies; Googly eyes, wood craft frame and craft glue. The results are a super cool frame project. Perfect for showcasing your favorite photographs, artwork or quotes. Materials Googly Eyes, Rainbow Assortment, Hygloss Products Wood Craft Frame Craft Glue Directions Step One: Layer a variety of googly eyes onto the wood craft frame. Step Two: Glue the googly eyes in place with craft glue of…

Today we would like to share a super easy Valentines Day project to do with the kids; Valentine Shell Fairies. This project is perfect to give out as gifts to the family. Add sentiments such as “Love” “Be Mine” and “Sweet” to the fairies, then give these instead of Valentine cards. All the supplies except for glue, paint and sharpies are available on our site. So grab your supplies and lets get started with these…

It sometimes can be an effort to get the kids to drink their water or juice. Establishing a healthy routine for our family should be the first set of goals for 2017. Finding time to make it happen should be essential. Today we would like to share a fun activity to get the kids motivated about food and drinks, while having some fun. We have some great kitchen time ideas that the kids will enjoy.…

A silhouette is the image of a person, animal, object or scene represented as a solid shape of a single color, usually black, with its edges matching the outline of the subject. The interior of a silhouette is featureless, and the whole is typically presented on a light background, usually white, or none at all. For more historic info on Silhouettes visit Wikipedia.com Today we are making silhouettes. Our version involves animals, party hats and…

When Unicorns Meet Hearts. DIY Unicorn Valentine Wands. This is a super fun kids project using Hygloss foil papers. A project that also helps kids to explore their imagination and think out of the box. Parents this also makes a great Valentine party theme. Imagine the possibilities. Supplies: Bright Paper Sheets, Hygloss Products Bucket O’Sequins, Hygloss Products Metallic Foil Paper, Hygloss Products Paper Straws Scissors Craft Glue Paint Pens, Gel Pens, Crayons Step One Draw…

Getting into the valentines Vibe today by making some fun valentines with the kids using Hygloss Paper Brights, Foil Paper, Sequins, Scissors & Glue. These are so easy to make and perfect for all ages. Supplies: Hygloss Bright Sheets Hygloss Bucket O’Sequins Hygloss Metallic Foil Paper Hygloss Glitter Scissors Craft Glue Step One Draw a basic heart shape onto a sheet of bright paper sheets. Then cut out with craft scissors. We used red and pink…

Today I’m sharing a fun turtle project to help get the kids excited about Spring. Its a great way to teach your kids about these exciting creatures. Turtles are so much fun to draw and to learn about. I love seeing them pop out during the Spring time. So let’s get started and make some turtles…. Supplies Bright Paper Sheets, Hygloss Products, we used 8.5″ x 10″ White Size Art Boards, Hygloss Products Craft Glue,…

New Years Eve Time Capsules! Inspired from a year of travel and joy. These time capsules can hold special mementos from the year, small items from a birthday, event or vacation. You could even turn them into small travel globes inspired by your travel bucket list. Our time capsules were made from left over plastic party wine glasses, toy animals, Hygloss foil paper, card stock, glitter, and sequins. Plus starfish, twine, moss, lettering and craft…