Your kids will love getting their hands dirty and producing a cool little monster print, which may be used as a card, framed as a hanging picture, or displayed on a window. Materials: Green paint Black marker Medium-size googly eyes Craft glue Paper plate Glue brush or cotton tip White card Lead pencil Bucket of… Continue reading Frankenstein’s Monster Hand Print Art
This post is sponsored by Valspar! One of my favourite hobbies is collecting secondhand furniture. Many are Gumtree or Ebay finds, some are from antique shops (The Wooloongabbba Antique Centre namely), some from op-shops and others, to my husband's sheer dismay, have literally been picked up off the side of the road. I bought this… Continue reading How I refreshed my dining setting with Valspar Paints – in the time it took my kids to nap this weekend!
Hi and welcome to day three of Creepy Craft week! Today's craft activity is suitable for children right up to school age (and beyond!), and it's really, really messy! So tape out some newspaper and get out the paint! This activity is a wonderful, engaging sensory experience for little ones. Materials: Sheet of poster… Continue reading Autumn Leaf Finger Painting
Here's a craft idea for your littlest bunny to have a crack at (sorry, couldn't help myself). You'll need : two disposable paper dinner plates, some coloured paint, some white paint, a stapler craft glue A4 sheet of white card and a photo of your baby's face, large enough to fit in the centre (flat) panel… Continue reading Paper plate Easter bunny craft