These storage jars are AWESOME and oh-so-simple to make!
Step 1: Raid the toy boxes for favourite figurines – think animals, superheroes, princesses, whatever makes the kids’ hearts sing!
Step 2: Raid the recycling for cute jars or boxes
Step 3: Remove lid and attach figurine with glue
Step 4: Spray paint in your favourite colour/s and allow to dry
Step 5: Fill with goodies, add lid, stand back and admire!
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We know you love some loo roll craft as much as we do so here is another fab idea to use up all those rolls!
tutorial to whip up your own googly eyed darlings, just like these.
I love any idea that helps kids use their imagination and own initiative. Here is a fab example of one such activity! Simply cut out a small section of an image from a magazine or photo, paste it on the page and let the kids finish it off however they choose.
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All you’ll need for these little cuties is a stamp pad, some fingers and a pen to add detail. If you want to get a bit fancy you can add snazzy paper like the fox’s ears below. Easy peasy.
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Kids want to get their hands into some paint? Here are some fab hand painting ideas that dont take too long. All you’ll need is some little hands, paint and an artline pen. If you want to get really fancy, you’ll also need a little bit of ribbon and some pebbles or sand. Enjoy!
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1. Paint the plate a colour of your choice.
2. Draw the sections on the back of the paper plate like in the image: body, legs, tail, neck and head. Cut the sections out.
3. Attach the dinosaur’s body parts with glue (staples also work well)
4. Open the paper clips in an L shape and attach one side to the back of each leg to make the dinosaur stand up.
Find all this a bit too hard?
Grab this instead!
Looking for a quick crafty project to keep the kids entertained for 10 minutes? Speedy craft is going to hold all the answers for you!
This week we are making these fab fuzzy caterpillars and all you’ll need is;
- pom poms (you can get bags containing various sizes at the Dollar Shop),
- google eyes (we bought a pack of eyes from Woollies for about $3)
- wooden clothes pegs (straight from the laundry basket)
Once you have your materials, just start glueing! Easy peasy.
Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom for this fab idea.