Do you have monster loving kids? Then these fun St. Patrick’s Day monster themed cards are the perfect project for them. A great way to wish their friends good luck and show their creativity! I made these for Spoonful and I’ve gotta say, too fun! Get my tutorial for these St. Patrick’s Day Monster Cards on Spoonful.com.
Need a last minute idea for St. Patrick’s Day? Print off this free cootie catcher I posted over at Kix Cereal. The printable was created by my good friend Jen Goode. Get the free printable St. Patrick’s Day Cootie Catcher on Kix.
Making homemade window clings is fun, it’s easy and you really only need one thing.. puffy paint. We are about to make rainbows, shamrocks, a pot of gold, a leprechaun hat and the word lucky. All of which you can stick to your window to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day! They are fun and colorful but aren’t just for windows. Attach Read More »
Valentine’s Day has come and gone, now it’s time to move on to St. Patrick’s Day! This holiday always makes me yearn for spring. I am definitely in need of warmer weather. :) Below is a craft I made a few years ago. I have also included some links at the end for more fun stuff! Pot of Gold Greeting Read More »
Whether your searching out spring, rainbows or St. Patrick’s Day, this rainbow craft is a fun way to celebrate the season. Rainbows come during or after rain, but who says they have to? You and your child can make magical rainbow colored raindrops falling from their very own cloud! If you prefer to use construction paper for the rainbow stripes Read More »
April is Earth Month and the 22nd of April is Earth Day. Earth month is a great time to talk to children about taking care of our Earth and being mindful of what we do with everything we use. Make this adorable Earth Day craft out of construction paper, or use recycled magazines to really get the message across! Did Read More »
St. Patrick’s Day is a fun holiday for adults and children alike. Decorating for St. Patrick’s Day has become more and more popular with the adult crowd over the past decade and shamrock crafts are always big. Adding little touches of lucky green to your decor is fun as long as it’s not overwhelming. This tree shaped like a lucky Read More »
Over the years I’ve made quite a few Valentine’s Day crafts for kids. Hearts, cupids, candy and construction paper, plenty of fun ideas for your children. I’ve put together a collection of kid friendly Valentine’s Day crafts I made over the years for Kaboose. When you’re done here, I have another round up of Valentine’s Day crafts here - 31 Valentine Crafts Read More »
With all the snow we are getting yet again today, it’s probably best that the schools are closed anyway. Ours no longer close for Presidents’ Day, however they do use that day for teacher meetings. So if you’re looking for something to keep the kids busy today, here are four crafts in honor of our past presidents to choose from. Read More »
If you are looking for a last minute Father’s Day gift your kids can make, this is it! It’s fun to make, uses very few supplies, and there’s a very high probability you already have everything on hand to make this. Send the kids out in the yard to gather some small pebbles, or if you have pea gravel that’s Read More »
Need a fun and unique idea for your kids for Father’s Day? Kids of all ages are carrying cell phones these days and they are the kings and queens of #selfies! Make a card shaped like a phone and attach a selfie from your child to their dad. Get my tutorial for these Cell Phone Selfie Father’s Day Cards at Spoonful
St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, so I wanted to share this shamrock craft with you. I made this shamrock plant poke for Michael’s Craft Stores highlighting their economical paint line called Craftsmart. To make this shamrock plant poke I used wooden hearts, a wooden dowel, Craftsmart paint and finished it off with some multi purpose sealer. You could Read More »
Last week I attended a food blogging conference in Orlando (details to come on my food blog) and the day of the actual conference was none other than St. Patrick’s Day. Well, I don’t wear green much, so to avoid getting pinched ;-) I made this super simple no-sew fabric flower pin to adorn my bag. The bag was a Read More »
Paperweights have always made great gifts for Father’s Day. They use inexpensive supplies, just head outside and find some rocks, and are easy to make! They’re also useful. Dad can use them at work at his desk, or at home in his own space. These rock paperweights tell dad what he is to you. He is your hero, so tell Read More »
My husband was an automobile mechanic for 25 years before switching careers to drive a big rig. He has worked in the “blue collar” sector all his life, so those adorable shirt cards with the necktie never worked for our Father’s Day celebrations. So instead, I created this blue collar version, the uniform shirt card! Simple change out the color Read More »