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, […]
We are loving all the fun artwork inspired by cactus. From cardboard cut outs to dazzling sequins, cactus motifs are popping up everywhere. A recent visit to CHA 2017 in Phoenix Arizona, inspired us to start making some fun prickly art. The following projects are a few of our favorites recently posted by Lisa Kettell […]
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 […]
After my class went on our annual fall nature walk (we do one every season), I decided to come up with some new autumn craft ideas instead of the traditional (yet classic) leaf rubbings. So for our preschool fall craft we took a new twist on leaf rubbings to create bouquets of “leaves” in recycled […]
With the start of the school year, I have been trying to think of the best back to school craft for kids at home as well as in the classroom. Kids apple crafts always come to mind at this time of year, because of the “apple for the teacher” as well as because apples […]
October is here and it’s almost time for our family’s annual visit to the pumpkin patch. My kids are really looking forward to the trip, to picking out the perfect pumpkins for carving and for decorating our porch, and to the hot apple cider we always get as a treat. While they’re waiting for the trip, we’re making pumpkin crafts.