Make Your Own Plates Part II: Scrapbook Style!
We’ve been having so much fun making these plates. Here’s another style we tried…Scrapbook! We used scrapbook papers, scissors, glue, and buttons for this design. Scanned our creation and sent it over to Makit to finish them. So much fun and they would make fantastic Mother’s Day gifts too!! Get your plate template here and […]
Paper Mache Hearts by Crafty Allie
Last month, Crafty Allie took our Kids Craft Blogger Challenge and we’re SOOO glad she did! Look at this adorable and totally creative paper mache hearts project she came up with to use some of our challenge supplies…tissue paper squares! One of the things I love the most about the final project is that you […]
What Would You Do with Feathers, Pipe Cleaners, and Tissue Paper?
We recently ran another Kids Craft Blogger Challenge where we sent a few lucky bloggers a package full of craft supplies. These crafters were challenged to come up with a craft or kids project using feathers, pipe cleaners, and small tissue paper squares. There were so many great submissions! Here are a few of our […]
Monet Inspired Waterlilies Project for Kids
I think it’s fun to introduce kids to art history in a variety of ways! Luckily, here in Philly, we have one of Claude Monet’s paintings featuring his famous waterlilies. After seeing the painting in person, and looking at some of his other paintings online (like my favorite one at MoMA), we decided to make […]
Confetti Printed Postcard for the New Year
To me, one of the main components of a good New Year’s celebration (or any celebration, really) is the confetti. This project uses tissue confetti to make original art in an unexpected way! We made these before New Year’s Eve to send out as “WELCOME 2013!” postcards. You and your child will […]