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Summer break has begun for many parents and one of the best ways of engaging kids at home is with some creative arts and crafts! We loved this method of creating leaves for Cherry Blossom trees using bundled up Q-tips to give a wonderful effect!
My 3 year old tried out our post from last week on painting with pegs and cotton balls and we used our muffin tray as a palette! The activity was super fun to do and she was just too excited to be able to get creative with things around the house!
Wrap it up Easter style with orange cutouts and yellow paper! Finish it up with some feathers and you’ve got yourself of hell of a creative gift!
Cotton balls, clothe-pegs, muffin tray and a blank sheet of pepper! Who knew things you find around the house could make up such a fun art activity for the toddlers!
A candy bouquet is just one of those ingenious ideas that would make for a great present for kids be it any age! Love it!
Get into the Easter spirit with some DIY activities at home! This popsicle wicker basket with decorated paper eggs and a ribbon looks super complicated but is actually totally doable! Try it!
Handprint art goes tropical right in time for summer! My toddler can’t wait to try this one out!
Using a cleaning brush to create a wreath artwork ! Love this technique can’t wait to try it out! It’s definitely ? “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year”!
Using light bulbs to create Christmas tree ornaments! Great way to recycle those old and useless light bulbs! Start collecting Mums!
Another wonderful idea for packing giveaways at a Christmas party or just sending a gift! This brown paper bag looks rather fancy all dolled up as a Rudolph by simply adding a glittery nose and wire felt antlers! Eco friendly and so creative!
It’s exactly 1 month to Christmas! Let’s get into the festive mood! These paper plate Christmas characters will be a lot of fun to make the next time you sit down with the kids for some arts and crafts! Love the rolled up cotton balls for Santa’s beard and the snowman’s hair. Let’s get creative!