Just follow these 6 simple steps to make your own paper sailing boat.
Want more? We have stacks of paper toy making kits available over in our little shop.
Check it out.
Straws beads are an easy, peasy way to keep little hands and minds busy. Simply cut up plastic or paper straws, grab some string and start threading. (Image courtesy of
I Am Momma Hear Me Roar)
If you’d prefer a more permanent end result, check out these
fab beading kits over in our little store.
Oooooh, another old favourite! Paper fans are fun for everyone to make, even you!
tutorial from Mr Printables to make yours.
If you want to take a short cut, grab a
pack of these from our little store.
It has been a while since I’ve shared a loo roll idea with you all so you must have quite the collection waiting for action.
How about these gorgeous Japanese carp fish? LOVE them! Everything you need to know is right
All you need for this activity is scrap paper, scissors, glue and imagination.
This is a great activity for all ages – just change the level of detail for older kids.
Lovely Kate over at
Picklebums.com has done it again with these fab free printables to make your own Playdough Garden.
And she even includes a
recipe to make your own playdough (yes, even in DIRT colour!)
Happy gardening peeps.
This idea is sooo simple and the tools are readily available in most homes. The world is your oyster – choose whatever colours, shapes and patterns you like! Easy peasy. x
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I just discovered salt painting!
All you (the kids!) need to do is make a glue design on paper (dark paper works best), coat with salt, then gently paint the salt with water/food colour on a paintbrush and watch it spread.
Kids will love the process AND the end result.
This little activity is soooo easy yet so effective. All you need to do is google “images of ____ silhouettes”, find what you love (it could be anything, not limited to animals), print in desired size and cut out. Trace on back of scrapbook paper, cool wrapping paper or even vintage wallpaper and cut out again. Frame, and voila!
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.