Crafts for Kids

Face Place Holders

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Face Place Holders is a fun craft for kids to do to make sure they have a spot at the dinner table. Not only will it keep the kids from fussing over who’s sitting in whose seat, it will also have them eager to come to the table for dinner as a family. What You… Read more »

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Snowball Fight

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If there’s not enough snow on the ground for a real snowball fight, then here’s something you can do inside … snowball fights with cotton balls! What You Need Big bag of cotton balls Determination to pick them all up What You Do Give each member a handful of cotton balls. Hide in one room… Read more »

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Old T-Shirt = New Headband

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Turn those old T-shirts into cute headbands for kids. What You’ll Need Old T-shirt Scissors What You’ll Do Grab a T-shirt you’ll never use again and a pair of scissors. Cut three strips across the bottom of the shirt. Cut one little strip from the shirt and thread it through the folded ends of your… Read more »

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A Festive New Year’s Eve

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Many of you will be getting ready for a big party tonight while others may have something simple planned at home with their family. Either way, we want everyone to have a safe and FUN New Year’s Eve! To help have a festive New Year’s Eve with the little ones, here are a couple games… Read more »

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Snowman Luminary

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This snowman luminary is a very simple and easy craft to do! What You’ll Need Snow in a can (spray) Black paper Hole punch Empty, clean mason jar Battery operated tealight What You’ll Do Hold the mason jar out from you and spray on the snow all over the outside of the jar. Punch holes… Read more »

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Magical Elf Door

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They don’t have to know it’s not really magical, but how else do the elves — like the Elf on the Shelf — get into your house? Some say they bought him at the store while others say he magically appeared one day. Anyway, this fun holiday craft for kids is just the solution. Have… Read more »

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Pop Up Christmas Card

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Here’s a fun Pop Up Christmas Card craft for kids that will help cut back on the cost of buying a specialty card at boutiques. What You’ll Need Two sheets of contrasting colors of paper Scissors Glue What You’ll Do Grab two sheets of paper in contrasting colors. Stack them together and fold them in… Read more »

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Paper Snowflakes

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Paper snowflakes are a timeless classic! It’s a fairly easy craft that even kids who use safety scissors can get in on the fun. Be sure to fold the paper in lots of different ways to see what you can come up with. What You’ll Need Paper Scissors What You’ll Do Fold the paper in… Read more »

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Recycled Tissue Ornament

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If you’re like me, you save all that tissue that comes in every gift bag. No, we’re not hoarding it, just waiting for the right time to use it in a craft or two. Like this recycled tissue ornament. What You’ll Need Styrofoam ball Ribbon Festive tissue paper Glue Paintbrush What You’ll Do Grab a… Read more »

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Folded Christmas Tree

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Here’s a folded Christmas Tree craft  you can make with all the scrap pieces of wrapping paper you have left. What You’ll Need Scrap pieces of paper Scissors What You’ll Do Take a piece of paper and fold it in half. Fold that piece of paper in half again. Fold it one more time with… Read more »

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