Do you like spiders or do they creep you out? Boy oh boy do we have a spider-tastic Halloween recipe for you. Check out these Halloween spider pizzas, you’ll either think they’re super cute or they’ll make you shudder! LOL
Latest In Craft
Early to dark evenings just lend themselves perfectly to family crafting sessions with the kiddies don’t they? The lovely team at Baker Ross have sent us some samples from their latest Autumn and Halloween craft kits so I wanted to take this opportunity to share our top picks with you today. Whether you’re looking for craft packs to use at home, as a gift or for a Halloween party there’s something for everyone.
I can’t wait for you to see these DIY Leaf Luminaries, they are so gorgeous and so, so simple to do! Whether you have tiny tots or big kids this is a fabulous no-glue, no-mess must-do Fall craft.
I just adore tissue paper, it’s so bright, colourful and versatile – an absolute “must have” for the kids art and craft supplies. To bring you over to the LOVE of tissue paper too I’ve put together 16 of the very best tissue paper crafts for kids that will have them exploring and experimenting with this wonderful cheap resource in a multitude of ways. Which tissue paper project will you choose first?
Latest in Art
Autumn is a wonderful time of year for kids to try “Painting with Nature”. This simple process art technique allows kids to explore and create textures and patterns in a fun, open-ended and hands-on way, creating unique and interesting art.
We sure do love getting arty with leaves! So many wonderful shapes, colours and textures to observe. This week we’ve been having a lovely time creating bold Charcoal Leaf Pictures. Charcoal is a super medium for kids to explore and the end results are just gorgeous.
Squishy, squelchy, oozy, colourful…we LOVE finger paints and totally ignore people who say it’s just for babies and toddlers!
Here’s a super homemade edible finger paint recipe that kids of all ages will adore exploring. As it’s a “taste safe” finger paint recipe it is great for the very young but its wonderful texture and bright colours makes it a fantastic sensory art experience that big kids will enjoy just as much too!