Washi Tape Christmas Tree Craft for Kids

Finished Washi Tape Christmas Tree

Are your kids obsessed with tape? Mine are, and they have been since they were old enough to know the word. Can I have a piece of tape? Please? Tape pleeeeeease? It’s like tape is something akin to candy, and my kids can’t get enough. Enter the washi tape craft. The best thing about this […]

How to Make a Sparkly Snowflake Wreath

how to make a snowflake wreath

Isn’t that pretty? I made it last year. One day last December, I happened to be in Walmart when I saw these pretty snowflake ornaments. I knew they would be perfect for a wreath, and I bought two packs. For under $10, I had all the materials I needed to put it together. Snowflake wreath materials: 2 […]

How to Make Easy Marzipan Snowmen

how to make marzipan snowmen

Since our marzipan piggies experiment earlier this year, we have been wanting to make more marzipan candies. They taste amazing, and making them is like playing with play dough. Materials: Marzipan – I tried to find marzipan in the store before, and I couldn’t. Neither could I find almond meal to make my own. I have since purchased […]

An Island Grows Book and Volcanic Island Craft

Volcanic Island Craft - Whole Island

Wouldn’t your kids love to make a volcanic island? It’s a super fun and easy activity that you will all enjoy. Our volcanic island craft began with the Love Books summer book exchange. This was our second year participating in the book exchange; last year we exchanged with 3 Dinosaurs and received The Rainbow Fish book […]

Easy Duct Tape Binoculars Made from Toilet Paper Tubes

Easy 5-minute Duct Tape Binoculars Made from Toilet Paper Rolls

We made this craft back in January, when we were watching birds at the feeder in front of our living room window. Allie thought it was so cool to have her own binoculars to stare at the birds fifteen feet away. She carried those binoculars around all the time, abusing them as any 3-year-old would. […]

American Flag Fruit Kebabs – Deconstructed for Kids

American flag fruit kebobs for kids

My older sister shared this gorgeous photo with me on Facebook last week: It comes from a site called Menus 4 Moms, and they really did a nice job. I was inspired to do the same thing with my kids (as were about a hundred other people, judging by the photos on Pinterest). I sent […]

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