These Cheeky Cork Elf Ornaments are adorably cute and perfect for hanging on the Christmas tree or embellishing gifts with a hand made touch. Their little red elf hats are edible too which makes them super fun for the kids! Such a fun and easy elf craft for Christmas time!
It’s the perfect time of year to get crafting with nature! These Lollipop Pumpkin Turkeys are easy for kids to make for Thanksgiving or just for fun. Load them up with your favourite suckers for a tasty table centre piece. Gobble, gobble, yum!
Have you made sensory bags before? Give them a go, they are such a fabulous sensory activity for kids. Here we show you how to make an oil, water and nature inspired sensory bag that’ll have you and the children ohhing and ahhing. They are so beautiful!
Tweet, tweet! Who wants to join us to make some adorable Pinecone Birds? We can’t resist a cute nature craft! Make colourful birds or think ahead to Christmas robins, this pinecone craft is fun all year round.
Are your kids always stuffing their pockets with pebbles and rocks? If you’ve got a little Nature collector then you’ll love these 20+ Awesome Fun Rock Crafts For Kids. Whatever their interests and ages we’ve got rock activities to suit everyone.
Have you tried Shake Painting before? We LOVE it! It gets the kids up and active and is virtually mess free! With this Cute Snail Rock Craft kids get to shake out their wiggles and fidgets and create some beautifully painted rocks that make perfect snail shells! Grab your rocks, your kids and your wiggles and let’s get making cute snails. It is so much fun and each one is unique!
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!
Do you love nature crafts as much as I do? You’ll adore colourful Pom Pom Pinecones, no one could resist smiling at their bright colours! Use them as ornaments for your Christmas tree or as colourful mobiles for every season. There’s also a fun idea for using them in a pinecone maths game too!