Love this one! #Repost @5.min.crafts (@get_repost) . . . These funny toothy pictures will definitely boost your imagination.???
Popsicle stick art was quite the rage when us mums were kids! Couldn’t help but share this gorgeous house made only with your average ice cream sticks. So pretty!
Get creative and super messy with this fun arts and crafts activity we did on a rainy day! We first painted a Starbucks drink holder blue and added some pebbles, seaweed and fish cutouts and some glitter paper cutouts to make an underwater scene! To see full video just subscribe to our You Tube channel
Create fun art projects on rainy monsoon days with the kids! I know egg cartons aren’t easily available in India but you can always use one of those Starbucks cartons they give you when you order drinks to take away. I plan to definitely try this one out!
If you guys remember we had posted about this great idea of creating Art using an old credit card or hotel key card! This paint scraping technique was tried out by the kids and it was so much fun not to mention gave fab results! Try it out Mums!
Get the kids into the Ramadan and Eid spirit with this super innovative Mosque art and craft made using straws. Just a few days left for Eid! What are your plans?
This fun activity that I did with my 3 year old was super easy and ended up being a pretty good learning technique for my 20 month old niece! Just paint some kitchen roll leftovers your desired colour and use a glue gun to stick them onto a cardboard sheet. Get matching Pom poms from
My kids had a “Super Time” doing this card for Dad for Fathers Day! Checkout Insta stories for a live tutorial! Share with us in comments below how you’ve surprised Dad today!
What a great Fathers Day Card made by one of our followers 5 year old daughter for her Daddy ! Thankyou for sharing Mommy and we hope all of you’ll are having fun a fabulous Fathers Day weekend!
Get started on your Fathers Day cards. Sharing this one we “saw” ! Love it!
Cool new technique for painting to try out with your kids! Just add drops of different coloured paint to a paper and use an old credit card to scrape it forming some amazing patterns! Wow!
Fork painting is super fun and gives awesome results! It’s also surprisingly less messy than painting with brushes! My 3 year old is discovering new techniques everyday! Try it!