Valerie from Inner Child Fun shares this fun tutorial for making stepping stones. These stepping stones are quick to make with minimum mess. Use recycled cereal boxes for the molds. Use a rapid set cement which you could mix in …
I have recently started a milk bottle top collection next to my recycling bin. I don’t know what I am going to make yet but I am collecting them knowing one day I may need 100′s.
This link is …
If you haven’t already seen these Igloos all over the internet then what igloo have you been hiding in? You will need around 450+ milk bottles so you better start drinking the good stuff.
Squidoo has some great links …
Childs Play Music shares this article on creating musical instruments with scrap metal. How perfect would these be for yard play? Not only do they resemble up-cycled or reclaimed art they are practical and imaginative. I don’t think I would …
Since I live in Florida, strawberry season is coming to an end…but pretty much anywhere else in the country, the season is still ahead! You can make these adorable strawberry planters with your children, and introduce them to green living! …
This craft is so cute…literally because it is made out of a tic tac container! How much fun is that?!? You and your child can make one too by following the fun tutorial over at Zakka Life!…
I’m pretty sure that by now, we all have an old computer sitting in our closet just waiting to be used for a craft, right? Well, if you have one, you may want to let your children use their creative …
Sometimes I am amazed at how beautiful simple household items can turn out with a little creativity and paint. These egg carton flowers are just that…beautiful and simple. You can find the tutorial over at hennymats.…
Often times I have random things that I don’t want to get rid of because I believe that we could use them in a craft project. I end up putting the randoms into a plastic baggie, and wondering when that …
maya*made is one of my favorite blogs and artistic crafters ever! I love how she found this portable table to easel in a vintage book that her grandmother used to teach with in her nursery school…priceless. In addition to the …
These windchimes are so fresh and ‘summery’ looking. I think my favorite part is the glitter…how fun! Head on over to hands on: as we grow for the tutorial.…
This project is perfect for teaching your children about sustainability and Earth Day. Alphamom has a great tutorial for this beautiful natural project.…
These lanterns are a beautiful creation you can make with your children just from finding vibrant leaves in your backyard are neighborhood. Twig and Toadstool is where you can find the tutorial.
Crafting a Green World has compiled a large list of fun crafts that dad would be happy to do with his kids! Check out some great ideas! I especially love the old Record Album Cover Bookmark……
Children love to participate in anything hands on…Now they can participate in dyeing fabric without having to worry about nasty chemicals. Check out Nature Craft to see all of the different colors you can create from nature!