With Christmas fast approaching and Rudolph-The-Red-Nosed-Reindeer being one of the most loved christmas characters these Pipe Cleaner Reindeer are the perfect christmas decoration to kick of you christmas crafting. Requiring very few materials and no cutting or gluing (unless you make a fabric nose) they really are a top Christmas Craft. You Need … Continue reading
These Yarn Monsters were an utter delight to make and I have laughed all the way through writing this blog post at the photographs I have been editing. This is such an enjoyable craft from start to finish and my girls just adore playing with these little critters. To Make These Yarn Monsters … Continue reading
This Paper Plate Rainbow Garden Collage is a great example of why I love using paper plates for collage projects. Their strong composition means you can pile on lots of different materials and the round shape perfectly frames the finished creation. I made this with one of my daughters about five years ago and it’s … Continue reading
Grab yourself some sticks, yarn and cardboard, glue gun and make this wonderful Yarn Craft Teepee, Tea Light Holder. They are beautiful as decorations, table lights, festival accessories or just to play with. Please note you need to use battery operated tea lights not candles. Flames, twins and wool don’t work well … Continue reading
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I’m super excited as this months #GetYourCraftOn theme is Crafts With Feathers and I’m hosting it. It can be any type of craft (baking is allowed) and any type of feather so don’t worry if you haven’t got a real feather … paper, fabric, painted feathers etc are all just as … Continue reading
I’m taking part in another fabulous giveaway co-hosted by members of the amazing KBN (Kid Blogger Network). Each blogger joining in the giveaway has also posted a great Spring craft collection so do pop over and see all the crafty posts listed at the bottom. Three lucky winners will win $500! how amazing … Continue reading
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These 3D Paper Snowflake decorations are perfect for doing together as a family. They are a bit fiddle but younger kids can have great fun punching out the snowflake shapes whilst the older kids and adults piece them together. You Need Cardstock or Paper – I used printer paper to make … Continue reading
I’ve been playing with my roving wool again and made these super cute felt spider craft decorations that are perfect for using over Halloween. They’re also really easy as they’re formed around a polystyrene ball so it’s easy to get a good shape each time. You’ll need a 4cm polystyrene ball, black … Continue reading
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It’s really easy to make your own Papier Mache Paste using just household flour and water. I don’t really follow a recipe but a general rule I follow is 1 part flour to 4-5 parts water. Depending on the quantity of paste you need to make you can use … Continue reading