It's sometimes the simplest crafts that are the best, and this fruit art and craft collection is fun to put together. Once you've made each summer fruit craft, there are a few fun things that you can do with the collection. For example, put magnets on the back and put them on the fridge. Or cluster them together and frame them for a piece of art to give away. They make a great gift for kids to make for the grandparents.
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Here's a little bonus for you. If you'd like to skip step 2 in each of these fruit crafts and use a printable triangle template instead, here you go...Printable Triangle Templates
Craft 1: Strawberry...
I'm not sure why it's taken me this long to share a squirrel craft with you all because these little creatures have always fascinated me. When we went to college in MA, the squirrel should have been our school's mascot. They were everywhere (including getting into your room if you lives by a tree on the 3rd floor), and they were big and beautiful. Some little scamps would get into the trash cans and not be able to get themselves out because of the type of trash can opening. Then an unsuspecting person would come by to throw their trash out, and the squirrel would come jumping out. I don't know who was more traumatized...the squirrel or the person.
Here are a few more fun squirrel facts:
They are born blind and completely helpless.Chipmunks are part of the squirrel family.They are masters at...
This paper turtle craft really comes to life with a stuffed newspaper shell, paint and free printable template. No two turtles are the same. We used some traditional colors and patterns, but there are no limits or rules here. If you prefer that your sea turtle has a rainbow shell and a mohawk, then make it happen. If you want every fin to be a different color, go for it! Seriously, the only limit is your imagination with this fun animal craft.
Did you know that sea turtles are protected under the Endangered Species Act? There are 6 species of sea turtles in the United States. They spend most of their time in the water, but females come up on the beach to lay their eggs. Some can start out as small as 2 inches and grow to 6-9 feet and...
If you love pirates and popsicle stick crafts, then you are going to LOVE this pirate craft collection (with adorable parrot included). Included in this collection are 5 unique pirate characters and their parrot mascot. Each transforms a basic triangle popsicle stick frame into a mini work of art and so much more. Plus, this collection includes a little bonus...a printable sheet of pirate accessories that you can print out, color and use to create a super fun invitation to play opportunity.
You can get your print Pirate Craft Templates here.
This pirate craft collection is best for ages 7 and up, but it can also be enjoyed by younger kiddos with some assistance.
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This printable owl craft is perfect for those little creators who really like to explore everything in the craft bag. In this example, we have used crayons and paper, but you can add paint, beads, tissue paper squares, washi tape or whatever else you have on hand to decorate your owl. This is literally a blank canvas, and you are free to make your animal craft however you want. The only limit is your imagination.
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