The kids can finally do something with all those pebbles they collect at the beach. Every time they see these fun Rock Monsters they will be reminded of the wonderful adventures they had at the
Old Socks to Fingerless Gloves
Have your worn your favorite socks to the point of holes and you are just not ready to part with them? Why not turn them into fingerless gloves, with this simple DIY? You will have your own unique
Crafts | Disney Family
Grab your scissors, grab your glue! Find hundreds of Disney-inspired art and craft ideas for kids of all ages including holiday and seasonal crafts, decorations and more.
Uñas System of a Down.
Con este post quiero hablar de 2 cosillas :) Hace 2 semanas busqué por internet algún modelo de uñas sobre mi grupo favorito, System of...
Duct Tape Bookmarks: Easy-to-Make Craft
Duct Tape Bookmarks are an incredibly easy to make craft. They can be used as another craft to keep your kids entertained or cute little classroom gifts.
Stained Glass Bookmarks | Kids' Crafts | Fun Craft Ideas
Make these easy bookmarks from cardstock decorated with tissue paper or crepe paper for a stained glass or tie-dyed effect.
Cheap & Easy :: Superhero Cuffs
Another great project brought to you via The Crafty Crow. I saw this a while back and thought it was perfect for Huck. After his friend Finn's birthday party Huck wore the plastic wrist band from the swimming pool entrance...
Morse Code Wrap Bracelet
My obsession with these wrap bracelets came just in time for this season of gift giving. They are stylish and fun to wear, they come together quickly and can be easily personalized. This personalization idea came to me when I realized I didn't have enough beads to make a full double-wrapped bracelet so I needed to bring in some other colors. Rather than add them in a random pattern, I decided to use Morse Code to add secret dot and dash messages to the bracelets. I made this one for myself…
Great passive program: a board with strings in a grid, paired with a bucket below full of plastic bottle caps! It's like a very low-tech litebrite... a fun way to recycle and to make beautiful art :) From the Hillsdale (NJ) Public Library.