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Colorful DIY Bird Feeders To Make With Your Kids

Tue, Apr 22, 2014 | DIY Projects

Making a bird feeder is like a classic springtime activity, so today we’re sharing how exactly to make one with your kid. The supplies are 3 small paint cans, a 3/16” wooden dowel, finch food, a hummingbird feeder and food, of course. Begin with cutting art of the dowel into 4” pieces and then sprucing up the paint cans. Once they dry, put some glue...Continue Reading...

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Lovely DIY Spring Flower Butterfly

Fri, Apr 18, 2014 | DIY Projects

This weekend try some spring-themed activities with your little one. For example, this one, which offers a sweet way to use fresh flowers before they began to dry up. You just need a few different types of flowers, colorful paper, scissors, a pen, glue and a paint brush. First cut out large enough butterfly shapes. Then just start gluing individual flower...Continue Reading...

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Adorable DIY Mr Tiger And Mr Snake From Paper Plates

Thu, Apr 17, 2014 | DIY Projects

Looking for some craft to get your tot busy? Take a look at these funny and colorful Mr Tiger and Mr Snake! They’re easy and fun to be made by your kid on his or her own. To get started you need some paper plates, PVA glue, poster paint, glitter, pens and scissors. First mix in a small bawl PVA glue and poster paint. For Mr Tiger to this: paint the back...Continue Reading...

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Colorful DIY Paper Plate Fish For Your Kids

Wed, Apr 9, 2014 | DIY Projects

Looking for some easy craft to get your kids busy and creative? Take a look at this cute idea! You only need paper plates, scissors and some glue to get started. There’re four easy steps: begin with a colorful paper plate, cut a small triangle from it (looks like a Pacman, isn’t it?), tape the triangle to the back of the plate to get the tail and then...Continue Reading...

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Modern DIY Stained Glass Vases To Make With Your Kid

Mon, Apr 7, 2014 | DIY Projects

Many modern artists, like Tom Fruin, choose stained glass as their expression in sculptures. Sounds exciting, right? Let’s create our own “stained glass”, using just a bowl or a vase, tissue paper in different colors and mod podge. Begin with cutting pieces of tissue paper in geometric, hearts or whatever else shapes. Then just paint a little mod...Continue Reading...

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Cheerful And Unique DIY Melted Crayon Wall Art

Fri, Apr 4, 2014 | DIY Projects

Instead of buying some expensive art for your kid’s room to fill the bare walls, just create very own and cheery works with melted crayons together with your tot! Here’s what you need to get started: hair dryer, canvas, brown paper bags or newspaper for your work area, paper towels, metal fork, scratch paper and crayons. Begin with sketching your...Continue Reading...

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Sweet DIY Paper Easter Egg Art To Make With Your Kid

Fri, Mar 28, 2014 | DIY Projects

It’s less than a month before Easter, so I guess soon it’ll be the time to get crafty and make some cool Easter projects together with your kid. I’ve got a really cute and simple DIY to share today – Easter Egg artwork, which you can frame and hang up somewhere. The supplies are 8.5×11 egg template, 2 8.5×11 sheets of white cardstock, an...Continue Reading...

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Adorable DIY Paper Plate Cat In The Hat

Thu, Mar 20, 2014 | DIY Projects

Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat is probably one of the most loved characters for kids. So, I think it’s a great idea to make this easy craft with your tot and display in your home. The supplies are white paper plate, construction paper (red, white and black), scissors, googly eyes, glue and black marker. Begin with cutting a large red hat out of a sheet...Continue Reading...

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Cute And Cheerful DIY Name Garland For Your Baby’s Room

Thu, Mar 20, 2014 | DIY Projects, Kids room

Probably, in every second kids’ room there’s a name garland. If you’re wondering how to make one on your own, this article is for you! It’s a really cheerful, cute and your kid can even make it herself or himself. Supplies are cereal boxes, paint chips, rubber cement, scissors, hole punch, scalloped circle punch and baker’s twine or...Continue Reading...

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Fun And Creative DIY Bubble Wrap Stomp Painting

Mon, Mar 17, 2014 | DIY Projects

Kids love bubble wraps and kids love paint! So, pairing them together for a little bit messy and fun activity is just genius! To set this up with your little one you’ll need tempera paint, easel paper, tape, scissors, paint brush, paper plate and bubble wrap. First put down three lengths of easel paper next to each other, cut it and tape it down to the...Continue Reading...

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