Celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss with over 101 Dr. Seuss crafts. This is a HUGE collection of all types of crafts to help you celebrate Read Across America Day. There are crafts for adults and kids as well. You can even try a few of these with your classroom if you are a teacher. Decorating your child’s room in a Seuss theme? We have the perfect craft ideas for you as well! Click around on our list and get inspired to create your own Dr. Seuss crafts today!
You can make this mini Seuss book jewelry in minutes with this fun craft tutorial. I love making a few things each year to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss. This Seuss book jewelry till work for teacher gifts or even for kids to wear. Customize it anyway you would like just buy some miniature books and make your own today. Seriously in minutes you will have any of the items below. [Read more…]
You can’t go wrong with a build a sock puppet gift idea. This gift in a jar is perfect for the kids on your gift giving list. Don’t worry we have a trick that makes this one super easy to pull together. The kids will love opening this gift then getting creative and building their own sock puppets. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed as a part of my design team gig but I am reposting here in case you missed it.
This is a part of gift in a jar week, so be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to see the jar gifts from our partner blogs today!
I was honored to have this Christmas candy garland featured on the Hands On Crafts for Kids TV show. Jenny Rohrs demonstrated my craft on the latest episode. The full episode is actually up on their website for the next week. Don’t worry however as I have the segment of my feature in the post below! I was not compensated in any way for my participation. This was just a fun way to get one of my craft ideas on television!
I starting using a Christmas advent calendar with my kids a few years ago and they loved it! We have made it an annual Christmas tradition now and it is something that they look forward to every year. We do a countdown calendar with treats for each day leading up to Christmas. I actually do it from December 1st to the 24th. There are a variety of ways to make your own advent calendar and a variety of ways to do the tradition. I thought I would gather up some ideas from my fellow bloggers so you can start your own Christmas advent calendar tradition.
Make your own mason jar advent calendar in just minutes with this quick and easy craft idea. Your kids will love counting down the days until Christmas and getting a small treat on each day. A case of mason jars is the perfect base for an advent calendar because they come a dozen to a box. Just use our methods to decorate the outside of the jars and the base of the box in minutes. Don’t forget to pick up small treats that will fit inside the jars to delight your kids each day.
I love using a Christmas countdown calendar. We use one every year with my kids and it makes it so easy to answer that question, “how many day until Christmas?” I am going be sharing a few over the next few days. First up is this printable version that is completely free for y’all. This Christmas countdown calendar is so easy because you are literally going to print it out and frame it up. Follow along below and grab your own printable Christmas countdown calendar.
I am sharing some Christmas countdown calendar ideas this week. Next up is the idea of using any chalkboard for counting down the days to Christmas. Of course, I just had to use a mason jar chalkboard for my version but you can use any chalkboard you have on hand. Continue reading below to see where to get that chalkboard if you are really interested. Make sure your kids know at a glance how many days are left until Christmas with this fun idea.
I grabbed some burlap and made some super fun scarecrow Halloween treat bags. These are perfect to whip up for school Halloween parties! I used fabric glue so there is no sewing required on these. Yes that is a win win y’all! Get started on this fun craft idea with your kids today. They will love helping with this project and being proud when handing out these Halloween treat bags this year.
I have a fun craft technique for y’all today that makes this washi tape art so simple to make. This one is perfect for kids to get involved. They can make their own one of a kind art in any shape they wish. Once you learn this technique for using washi tape in your projects, you will think of all sorts of possibilities!