Love Bug Ladybugs Picture Holder
These little love bugs are too cute to resist and are easy to make using clay and paper clips. The creator, Pauline from Club Chica Circle, Crafted these along with the printable tags to use as a Mother’s Day …

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Make Your Own Play Doh Picture Mats
Get kids coloring in a different way, filling in the lines with Play Doh! You don’t have to be an artist to be able to make these reusable, laminated pictures — simply follow these little drawing tricks shared by Lisa …

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I love sensory activities, especially for my preschool age kids…who am I kidding, I love them for myself too! I can just imagine all of us gathered around the table playing with this amazing dough! Tinkerlab has the post on …

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Modeling Clay Kid's Art That Looks Like Oil Painting

I was just given some modeling clay from my neighbor because she didn’t want to deal with the mess. To be honest, I didn’t really want to deal with it either; until I saw this post!  She includes her previous …

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Creative Jewish Mom has incorporated two mediums for this children’s craft.  Children can really get creative when using different patterns of fabric while also molding their own creations out of the clay.

Fimo Plaque With Fabric

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Art for Small Hands shows you how your kids can make a Clay Wall Pocket. Just imagine what your kids could put in there!

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This is a great craft for your older children to express themselves artistically during the Easter season. Charlottes Fancy gives a great tutorial for how to make them.

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This Heart Necklace would be perfect for a Valentine’s Sleepover with Tween girls, or even just as a great piece of jewelry to wear to school on Valentine’s Day! Muffin Tin Mom shows you how to do it!

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Sculpey is a great medium for children to create with their little hands. The Magic Onions has a great way of using the tiny creations your child has made…Champagne Glass Charms. See how she does it herecharms!…

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How cute are these ornaments from Hideous! Dreadful! Stinky! These ornaments are anything but those three words!  Click on over to see how she did them. She also has a link to the clay recipe she used.

clay ornament

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