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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…

It’s countdown until Christmas, so we’ve been busy making kids homemade Christmas cards, both in the classroom and at home, in order have them ready to hand out to schoolmates and family members. This simple Christmas craft for kids can be made easily and quickly or can be gussied up with all kinds of accents to make it personalized and extra special. Supplies: Bright Paper Sheets, Hygloss Products Bucket O’Sequins, Hygloss Products Foil Gold Star…

Here’s a fun retro style Christmas Tree Ornament Project. Super easy and perfect for kids 5 and up! Just grab some Hygloss Popstixs, Bucket O’Sequins, Craft Glue and other fun supplies. Supplies Kolorstix Craft Wood Popstix, Hygloss Products Bucket O’Sequins, Hygloss Products Bright Sheets Craft Paper, Hygloss Products Lollipop Sticks, Craft Store Craft Glue, We used Beacon Adhesives Tacky Glue Other; Craft Glue, Craft Scissors, Pencil, Paint Brush, Cup of Water Step One Paint the…

Need a fun way to get the kids involved in the holidays? How about having them create some fun ornaments using Hygloss Wood Popstixs, Foil Paper and Sequins. Let their imaginations soar. For our first set of popstix ornaments we created Mermaids followed by Unicorns and Christmas Elves. Today I’m going to share the Mermaid Ornaments I created with the kids. Let’s scroll down and make some now. …. Supplies Kolorstix Craft Wood Popstix, Hygloss…

Need a fun way to create table markers this holiday season? Get the Kids involved to help create some holiday magic. Just grab some Hygloss Products: craft sticks, foil paper, gloss paper, sequins. Add some paint and craft glue. These could be turned into room art, holiday ornaments. table markers and more. Supplies Kolorstix Craft Wood Popstix, Hygloss Products Bucket O’Sequins, Hygloss Products Metallic Foil Paper, Hygloss Products Bright Sheets Craft Paper, Hygloss Products Craft…

Paint the cupcake form with craft paint. Optional, roll little sprinkle shapes and a small cherry shape to add to your sweet cupcake. Tips Add craft glitter from Hygloss Products to the top of your sweet cupcake. Print out a history of cupcakes and discuss it with your kids. Look for cupcake images and use as a guide. Check back often for more fun projects that will inspire all the little makers in your world.…

Here is a fun and historical project that can be done in the classroom or at home for some family fun. Thanksgiving Place Cards are the perfect way to introduce the history of our early settlers; Pilgrims, Indians and the concept of Thanksgiving. Each child can create a specific icon from history or turn themselves into a Pilgrim or Indian. All you need are some Family Cut Outs, Foil and Glossy Papers from Hygloss along…

Its that time of year when the holidays come one after another. November is the month of gratitude and love. Its about remembering our past and about giving thanks. The Mayflower was among the first set of boats to bring settlers to the US. Times were hard back then. Weather, battle, food shortage, it was all tough. Making friends with the existing culture was even more difficult. Next week many will celebrate this time in…

Narwhals are fascinating to learn about and inspired our latest project Narwhal Bookmarks. Narwhals are commonly referred to as the Unicorns of the Sea. They are a medium-sized toothed whale that possesses a large “tusk” from a protruding canine tooth. It lives year-round in the Arctic waters around Greenland, Canada, and Russia. Most Narwhals can live up to 50 years. The current population of the narwhal is about 75,000, so narwhals qualify for Near Threatened under the criterion of…