ROAR!! Are your kids wildlife fans? Children will love making and wearing these adorable Handprint and Paper Plate Lion Masks. These easy to make animal masks are super fun for the dressing up box and a great way to inspire dramatic play and story telling.
Homemade paper and loom band snakes can be made big or small, fat or thin and in any colours you like! Kids can have great fun playing with them and bending them into all sorts of shapes too, what fun!
These little Burlap Reindeer Ornaments are so adorable you’ll want a whole tree full! It’s a simple no-sew Christmas craft inspired by the lovely Nordic children’s book The Reindeer Wish.
Are you looking for a family treat for the holidays. Who could resist these Cute Reindeer Cupcakes? These Christmas themed cakes are really easy to make and a great way for you and the kids to have fun together in the kitchen over the festive season.
This Tin Can Spider craft is a great way to reuse tin cans and makes a super fun last minute Halloween craft. We’ve filled our eight legged friend with sweets and it looks fab as part of our Halloween decor.
We’ve been busy recycling jar lids to make this croaking frog craft. Give these little frogs a gentle squeeze and they really croak! A fun craft to go with nursery rhymes and story telling. RIBBIT!
These adorable Handprint Spiders In Webs are easy and frugal to make and a really wonderful way to build fine motor threading skills. Handprint crafts make such gorgeous gifts and keepsakes don’t they and this spider craft is no exception! I bet these are the cutest spiders you’ll see this year!
I’m not a spider fan, not the real sort anyway *shudder* but these Playful Rock Spiders are adorably cute! Not only do they make fab decorations for Halloween but they’re fun to play with all year round. Kids will love them for acting out Itsy Bitsy Spider songs and imaginative play!