Unicorn everything is all the rage right now. Here are a few fun crafts to do with your little ones that they will love! Click on the link below each image for the tutorial.
Unicorn Paper Plate
Unicorn Tube Craft
St. Patricks Day is on its way! Celebrate the holiday with these bright and fun crafts for kids. Click on the links for a full tutorial Rainbow Tambourine and Fruit Loop Rainbow Craft
Here’s some Friday fun for you. Let your kids express themselves while making a mess free clean up for you! Click on the links below for a mess free paint carton and homemade paint recipe.
Mess Free Painting from MomDot
And try this toxin free home made kids paint from Happy Money Saver
The Melrose Family Blog has some great alternatives to candy or desserts for Valentine’s Day goodies. Click on the link for easy tutorials on these fun treats!
While you’re getting ready for the big feast, here are some activities to keep the kiddos busy and happy. Click on the links to find a free printable for each!
What I’m Thankful for Work Sheet
Thanksgiving Mad Libs
Thanksgiving Day is only 13 days away! It’s time to get crafty and we’ve found some really great DIY garland to make your holiday extra special. Click on the links for full tutorials.
DIY Give Thanks Garland
DIY Be Thankful Garland
DIY Happy Thanksgiving Garland
DIY Be Grateful Garland
DIY Count Your Blessings Garland
Teaching thankfulness and gratitude with crafts
Thankful Wreath via Family Holiday
Thankful Plate Activity via Saving by Design
Gratitude Paper Craft via Bren Did and you can too
Thankful Heart Activity via Lasso the Moon
Click on the images below for the full tutorial
DIY no sew monster trick or treat bags from Making the World Cuter
Upcycled pillow case trick or treat bags from Lia Griffith
No sew mod podge trick or treat bag from Love the Day
Here is a fun fall craft for the whole family to enjoy! Get outside, enjoy the soon to be crisp fall weather and gather some pine cones. Here are a few of our favorites we’ve found from some great blogs. Click on the link to find a tutorial. (Before bringing Pine Cones into your house for crafts, REMEMBER to Bake the Bugs Out of them first! Preheat Oven to 200 Degrees and Bake Pine Cones for 45 Minutes! Spread your pine cones out and don’t bake all at once)
Flower Pine Cones from The Whoot
Pine Cone Fairy from Willodel
Pine Cone Bats from Fireflies and Mudpies
Pine Cone Turkeys from Sorta