Olympic Ring Collage

This is a great, Olympic-themed project to work on with a group. Cut rings out of thin cardboard, paint them the appropriate colors, and then have fun finding items to glue to each ring. Collage items can include tissue paper, …

Read more


Party-Hat-Station1

I love the idea of turning a child’s birthday into a day long festival. This fun idea from ohhappyday.com creates a Party Hat Station with basic craft supplies. How fun would it be if the kids get to create their …

Read more

cement-stepping-stones-garden-nature

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 …

Read more

20-toys-to-make-from-trash

 

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 …

Read more

This is a super simple craft that you can do with your children to get them ready for Valentine’s Day! The post is written by a woman from Italy where only adults celebrate Valentine’s Day. She decided to create a …

Read more


Let’s do something with all of those boxes we’ve accumulated from buying gifts…make a ball maze! All you need is a long cardboard box, some cardboard tubes and hot glue. Head on over to a happy wanderer for the great …

Read more

I love bulb flowers…daffodils, crocuses, etc. Unfortunately, I haven’t planted any. I can encourage a love for these beautiful flowers through this craft.  Thank goodness we save our cardboard tubes…. Head on over to Naturally Educational for the tutorial.…

Read more

Modern Parents Messy Kids has a great round-up of kids crafts/activities with cardboard boxes…some  all of these are amazing ideas! Head on over to the post to see all of the ideas she has compiled…who knew cardboard sparked such creativity! …

Read more
    Sponsors














Follow on Bloglovin

follow us in feedly