Make these Frankenstein Halloween bags in just minutes with our craft tutorial below. A quick and easy idea for Halloween parties, trick or treaters, classrooms, and more. Add these simple felt Halloween bags to your must make list this year. If you have missed our other 15 minute or less Halloween crafts this week, be sure to check out the ideas from day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. You can also scroll to the bottom of this post for even more Halloween craft ideas.[Read more…]
Y’all are going to love this DIY farm play mat. If you are looking for a simple gift to give to your kids, this is the project for you! If y’all can believe it, my grandson will soon be one! Where does the time go? It seems like just yesterday I was hosting a baby shower and now I am making gifts for a soon to be toddler. He loves tractors and pushing them around on the floor so I thought why not try to make a DIY farm play mat. I found a few things online that made this project super simple and then thought I would share the whole thing here.
Who doesn’t love donuts? Jen Goode from 100 Directions is back this month with some cute donut tags that the kids are going to love! Get the free printable and learn how to turn it into tags below!
We love personalizing our stuff around my house. Today I’m going to show you how to make these cute donut tags. You can use these tags to personalize school supplies, add to a backpack or decorate a gift. I’m using a free donut printable that you can color yourself or print already colored. You can also make these tags using any kind of paper or printable. Use your favorite coloring pages or doodle a design on paper and tag fun tags. The kids can make their own tags with art they create too!
You can make a Pokemon party lantern in just minutes. Make a bunch for your Pokemon Go themed party or string them around your child’s room. Either way this fun project is so quick and easy. You can even get the kids involved with helping to make this fun decor. I have some other Pokemon Go inspired crafts for you at the bottom of this post as well so be sure to read to the very end.
Time to wrap up our scout crafts for your troop! Get your supplies and have your scout group make any of these quick and easy crafts. Each craft idea below should take 15 minutes or less to complete. They are perfect for girl or boy scout troops or any group where you want to do something fun with a bunch of kids.
Did you know that you can make an easy airbrushed shirt in minutes? Did you also know it is easy enough that your kids can do it? Yep! I was asked to do a sponsored post for Testors with their Airbrainz Airbrush and we had a blast coming up with a shirt and experimenting with the airbrush. This is really super easy and perfect for kids and you can see our results below. I decided to include this project for scout week because it really is a great project that scout groups could do! If you have missed any of the quick crafts for scouts this week, be sure to catch up with the projects from day 1, day 2, and day 3.
This scavenger hunt bag is perfect for kids anytime of the year! It also makes a great scouting activity for girls or boys. This week is Craft Lightning scout crafts edition and we are sharing 15 minute crafts that are great for scout groups. You can see more ideas at the bottom of this post or catch up with the post from day 1. Now get your free printable scavenger hunt page and see how to add it to a bag to collect the goodies!
DIY clothespin trivets can be a fun kids craft that is perfect to give as a gift. They are super easy to make and useful as well! They would be a great craft to make with a scout group as well. This week is Craft Lightning y’all! We are making 15 minute crafts or less that are all perfect for scout groups. You can see each day’s crafts at the bottom of the post for that day. Stay tuned as Saturday I will round up all of the crafts into one big round up that will give you all of the scout inspiration that you will ever need!
Make your own bookmarks with this tutorial from Jen Goode! We are thrilled to have Jen back again this month with a fun tutorial using any coloring pages you might have around your home.
Summer is here and we’re doing a ton of reading in our house. I thought it would be fun to use up some of those coloring pages we’ve collected to make bookmarks so today I have an easy to make bookmark to share with you and a free template with different bookmark cut designs.
A patriotic windsock can be a fun kids craft idea that is perfect for summer. Our version uses up your fabric scraps so it is the perfect solution to the “bored” dilemma of summer. Grab a few supplies that you probably already have on hand and turn the kids loose to make their own patriotic windsock. It will make a great decoration on your front porch this summer!