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    Paper Easter Wreath

    Washi tape is one of my favorite craft supplies to use, and it really brings these Easter decorations to life! Plus, it is one of those things that kids just love, even the very little ones! Of course, they never seem to want to leave the tape where they put it. Be warned, your toddlers WILL try to take the tape right back off after they put it in place. And those little fingers can be so quick! But, there is no doubt, they will enjoy making this paper Easter wreath! SUPPLIES FROM THE BAG Washi tape in pastel color patterns 9 Paper platesScissorsHole punchScotch tapePink paintNewspaperClothespinMedium pompom (any color)Pencil/marker 4 Pipe cleaners (any color)Small white pompomsElmer's glue To make your life easier, EVERY craft on this website (yes...EVERY CRAFT!) is made from the same master list of supplies that fit into one...

    Easter Egg Art

    Spring has got to be the absolute best time of the year! Don't you agree? Today we are making the final craft in the popsicle stick Easter craft series...and it is also the simplest! Learn how to make this abstract Easter egg art and then continue with the rest of the collection: Easter Bunny, Chick, Ducky, and Easter Basket All of these crafts, along with every other one on this site, are made from the same MASTER LIST of craft supplies. And this is so that creating with your family is so much easier! Find out what to put in your bag so that you can craft along the next time those spring showers hit, and you find yourself looking for a fun activity! SUPPLIES FROM THE BAG 3 Large popsicle sticks (per egg)White construction paperElmer's glueWhite paintNewspaperMedium pompomClothespinPencilScissorsGlue stickVariety of pastel construction paper...

    Easy Spring Craft: Easter Duck

    This adorable Easter Duck is the fourth in our triangle popsicle stick Easter series. If you missed the rest, check the out HERE and HERE and HERE! And, as always, this easy Spring craft is made from the same MASTER LIST that every craft on this site comes from...REALLY! If you fill up your bag using our list, you will be ready to craft at a moment's notice, making any adorable creation you find here! I hope that you will find this approach makes creating with your family so much more do-able and something that you can fit into your busy lifestyle (believe me...I know the struggle is REAL!) Want to know what to put in your bag? Check it out... SUPPLIES FROM THE BAG 3 Large popsicle sticksElmer's glueNewspaperMedium pompomClothespinYellow construction paperGlue stickYellow paintScissorsPencil2 Googly eyesScraps of yellow, orange and purple (optional) construction...

    Easter Basket Kids Craft

    The third in our Easter series of popsicle stick triangle crafts...you will love this sweet basket with the weaving detail! My favorite part of every Easter is always the egg hunt and watching the kids fill their baskets. Really, is there anything better than the looks of pure joy on children's faces when they find that "hidden" egg filled with little bits of candy. I can't wait to see what treats you put in your Easter Basket Kids Craft! SUPPLIES FROM THE BAG 3 Large popsicle sticksBrown paintNewspaperMedium pompomClothespinElmer's glueGlue stickBrown construction paperScissorsPencilScraps of colored construction paperMarkers Welcome to a new way of doing crafts with your kids! On this blog you will only find simple and do-able crafts which can be easily adapted for any age (not crafts that were clearly made by adults, for adults). And the best part is they are all...

    Easter Bunny Kids Craft

    There are so many great things about the coming of Spring! And at the top of the list is the big furry bunny that brings chocolate! I mean, what could be better. And this Easter Bunny kids craft is made from the items that you already have in your bag if you have filled it using the master list that EVERY project is used. And we do this to make crafting with your kids more accessible and actually do-able! I would love to tell you more... SUPPLIES FROM THE BAG 3 Large popsicle sticksElmer's glueWhite paintMedium pompomClothespinWhite construction paperGlue stickPencilScissors3 Small white pompoms1 Mini pink pompomNewspaper 2 Googly eyesScraps of black and pink construction paperPink marker Step 1: Glue the frame Glue 3 large popsicle sticks into a triangle shape Allow the glue to dry completely*You may want to make the frames the day before...