Here’s a stunning fish craft with a difference that you won’t want to miss! This embossed foil fish craft will appeal to kids of all ages and the results are gorgeous! Make fish puppets or mount them in a frame for the wall, you’ll love how pretty they are.
We haven’t had any real snow this Winter so we’ve been making our own Wintery scenes instead. You won’t believe this gorgeous glittery icicle craft is made from up-cycled milk jugs! It’s a great recycled Winter craft for kids that builds their scissor skills too.
These Sparkly Star Wood Slice Ornaments are a wonderful combination of natural and bling! I’m always smitten by nature crafts but I can’t resist a bit of glitter too. This fun craft gives me the best of both worlds!
We are just starting to get our first frosts of Winter which is so exciting! Seeing puddles iced over, frost on the windows and icicles hanging down is always so fascinating to children. This Sparkly Icicle Craft is a wonderful way to bring the beauty and magic of Winter right into the home or classroom!
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!
Have you got any old CD’s lying around? Kids can have loads of fun with old CDs making COLOURFUL CD SCRATCH ART. It’s a fabulous recycled and process art opportunity. These look great hanging as a mobile or why not varnish them for drink coasters?
This week our weather is finally beginning to feel a bit Wintery and we’ve got our fingers crossed for snow. To get us in the mood we’ve been busy with this cute and easy Tin Can Snowman Craft – turning old tin cans into Snowman Desk Tidies and a Snowman Bowling Game! What fun.