Sometimes jellyfish looks very scary but not this time! Make this cute craft and your kids will have another toy to play. You will need snack cups (empty), googly eyes, tissue paper, scissors, glue and string. First assemble your ingredients. Cut the tissue paper into squares. Start by painting a layer of glue onto the outside of the snack cup then put on a layer of tissue paper. Repeat this process until the snack cup will be covered and you could no longer see through the tissue paper (about two to three layers). Prop the creations up to dry on baby bottle drying rack. Use small, sharp scissors to poke a hole in the center of the cups. The rest of the tutorial is here.
It isn’t a secret that summer will soon come to an end, and kids will go to the school soon or maybe they have gone already. A school is a place where they can learn something new, make friends and develop their talents. So your kids really need comfortable and beautiful clothes ! If iat school your kids don’t have a uniform, look at these back to school ideas and find outfits that will be perfect for your daughter. First of all, look at dresses. Choose simple prints or natural and calm shades, nothing should distract from studying! Also a jacket will be nice on your girl, you can combine it with a dress or a skirt. But always remember that the main thing of school clothes is natural fabric and comfort in wearing. Enjoy!
It’s incredible that imagination of some people has no limits! Out of something as simple as a milk box they could make a planter. It’s a great way to enjoy crafting together with your kid and make something beautiful and eye-pleasing. You need to clean milk or juice carton box, scissors, acrylic pain and brush. First cut your box to the desired size. You can also make cute ears just like it’s shown on the pictures and then paint the outside of the box with acrylic paint. Once the paint is dry, personalize your box a little bit: draw the nose, eyes, etc. Now you have a planter! Looks so lovely, doesn’t it?
Stars nursery décor is one of the biggest trends of 2014, and we love seeing it popping out here and there in the kid’s rooms all around the blogs. There’s something whimsical and dreamy about the night sky, so basically when your inspiration comes from something like that you can’t go wrong. If you’re seeking for some ideas of how to realize practically this trend, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you love starry wallpapers, ceiling or decals, pretty baby crib mobiles or even a cute teepee, you’ll find your source of inspiration in our gallery below. Take a look and let your creative juices flowing!
Did your kids ask you about a puppet show or theatre? We are sure that your answer will be yes. So today you can make it for them and your kids will play with puppets all day long! For this craft you will need cardboard circle, colored tape, popsicle stick, colored paper strips and goggly eyes. Make tape strips. Then use them to cover cardboard circles. Now tape on the popsicle stick and crazy paper strip feathers. Glue goggly eyes and a quirky paper beak. Gently curl the ends of the paper. Voila! Wonderful puppets are ready! So easy and quickly!
All kids love animals and today you can create a cow together with them! We’ve already told you of paper plate animals to make, today it’ll be a cow. For this project you will need just paper plate, black paper, pink paper, googly eyes, scissors and glue. First of all take a paper plate and flip it. Then take black paper and cut some spots with scissors. And don’t forget about cow’s ears. Glue them on plate. Take googly eyes and glue them too. Now cut out simple oval shape from pink paper and draw on it a cute smile! What a funny cow!
Today’s nursery suggests a new look at a neutral room design. It features the prettiest accents of aqua, coral and gold against a neutral backdrop of white and natural wood. Nothing really hurts the eye with a burst of color, everything looks very harmonious, holistical, feminine and a bit whimsical in a way. Subtle woodland details like abstract woodgrain and silver branches as shelving brackets work perfectly for the space. I think this nursery design wonderfully reflects a baby girl’s mood and nature, so adorable that Ella would feel really comfy and cozy here not only right now but also years later. See more photos in the gallery below!
It’s a nice idea of decoration and allows to spend a great time with your kids! They can make sun catchers with you and have so much fun! For this craft you will need just pony beads, cake pan and cookie cutters (optional). You should set oven to 400°. You will bake pony beads for 20-30 minutes depending on how many you’re baking at once. First of all give to your kids a pan and set the carton of beads in front of them. Let your kids pick cookie cutters to use as the hole by which sun catchers would be hung. After all actions flip all the beads. That’s all!
It’s a great idea for decoration for a girl’s birthday party and you should make it as soon as possible! You will need cardstock, foam core, paper straws, wooden skewer, scissors, paint, paint brush, hot glue gun, glue stick, craft knife and miniature horse figurines. Trace and cut two circles out of card stock. The smaller of the two will be used at the base and the larger will be the roof. When deciding on the size of the base circle, keep in mind how many horses you want to use. Out of foam core, trace and cut two of the smaller circles. The next steps of the instruction are here.
Here’s another one original project that you can make with your kids. This craft is really easy-to-make and so creative. For this project you will need just ceramic plates and permanent markers. Start by gathering up the supplies. Sharpie markers (permanent markers) come in a million different colors these days so you can use an array of colors. Choose some (nice and cheap) plates from the dollar store. Now you can make any design on your plates. Your kids will like this idea! Then put the plates in a preheated (350 degree) oven and bake them for 30 minutes. Let them cool. Enjoy!