It’s spring season and everyone is ready to enjoy the warm sun. After the cold of winter, basking in the sun is a great way to enjoy the holidays. Of course, you can also brighten up your own space with yet another easy sun craft with your kids. Create your own cheerful sun to decorate your room. Here’s what you need to do: Continue Reading
Fun Craft for Kids
Super Bowl fever is on! In the coming days, expect people raving about the coming weekend event. Did your team make it? Whatever it may be, join in the annual tradition and spend time with your family and friends. Ready your team support signs and let your kids join in the fun too. Here is an easy and fun craft for kids that you can make at home – Super Bowl support sign. Continue Reading
Holidays may be over but winter season is still on. Wouldn’t it be nice to decorate your room to match the snowy season? Here’s another fun and cute DIY craft we have prepared for you. A DIY winter penguin will definitely be a nice addition to your shelf to give off that wintry feels. Here’s how to do it. Continue Reading
by Joyce Kilmer
I think that I shall never see
A poem lovely as a tree.
A tree whose hungry mouth is prest
Against the earth’s sweet flowing breast;
A tree that looks at God all day,
And lifts her leafy arms to pray;
A tree that may in Summer wear
A nest of robins in her hair;
Upon whose bosom snow has lain;
Who intimately lives with rain.
Poems are made by fools like me,
But only God can make a tree.
Kids love to wear masks – may it be for a themed-party, costume play, or school production, kids will never dawdle. Playing pretend is one reason why kids willingly put on masks. It gives them a sense of freedom to fantasize and live somebody else’s life. While kids do not necessarily muse over their reasons, they are very particular with the masks that they will wear. So parents cannot simply hand out one in the hopes that their kid will take it enthusiastically.
This day and age, it is easy to come up with masks for your kids. Simply search online for the mask character your kids want, find free printable crafts, print, and setup. Here is one free Printable Crafts for Kids I found online – Owl Mask.
Owl Mask in 6 Easy Steps
Easy Printable Crafts for Kids – 6-Step Owl Mask Instructions
Download colored owl template.
Open the colored owl template file. Then print. Let it dry for a while.
Once dry, carefully cut the colored owl template. Leave an inch square on the left and right sides of the owl.
Punch a hole on each one-inch square.
Carefully cut the eye area.
Fasten a significant length of garter thread on each hole.
The Owl Mask is ready to wear. You can also choose to punch a hole designated on the colored owl template.
This is a very easy Printable Crafts for Kids. But one which requires a generous amount of printer ink considering the craft size and colors. It is best to check the ink levels of cartridges before pressing the PRINT button to ensure that the print job will be successful. Moreover, use inkjet photo paper compatible with your printer to achieve the best quality of prints.
Summer break is almost over. And it is about time to prepare for the upcoming school year. Is your kid excited to go back to school again? I think your guess is as good as mine. Kids during this time are both happy and upset. Happy to be meeting their friends in school once again. But upset that school will take up much of their time over. Continue Reading
It’s back-to-school once again!
Homes will once again become crowded and messy. Books and school supplies will be scattered everywhere. And although there are designated places for school work and stuff, expect your kids to go over and beyond. As parents, we are left to remind them to pick up their mess; worse, we have to do it ourselves. What is the best way to clear our homes? You can prepare baskets and containers to deposit the mess. Or you can provide specific containers to separate the items properly. Here is one crafting project that you can start with – DIY Pencil Holder. Continue Reading