Tag: found objects

Magazine Mosaic Pot

This is a lovely garden-inspired craft that teaches kids about recycling.

Light Bulb Santa

This ornament is a classic and can be designed in your own special style. In our creation, you’ll find that you only need a small handful of supplies to create this whimsical Santa!

Juice Box Jack-O-Lanterns

Don’t throw away those empty juice boxes! Save several of them to make cute Jack O’Lanterns for Halloween. This would be a fun Halloween party project.

Milk Jug Jack-O-Lantern

This Jack-O-Lantern is easy for your kids to create (with a little help from you) and it is safe for your kids to carry around (no fire hazards).

Gruesome Costumes

Many kids, particularly older ones, want to dress up in scary or gruesome costumes. These are fun to create and leave plenty of room for error.

Glass Ornament Snowmen

Looking for a quick and easy dress up to those plain glass ornaments in your Christmas box? Or maybe you need a unique Christmas gift idea? Try these adorable snowmen on for size!

Ghoulish Stick Figures

Made from simple items such as ice cream sticks and tempera paint, these adorable monsters are sure to be a hit with your kids.

Gentleman Ghost

This adorable and inviting ghost can be made in less than an hour. Simple items from around your house and a few inexpensive craft supplies and you’ll be on your way to making this dapper ghoul.

Easy Animal Costumes

Here are some fun animal costumes that are perfect for infants and toddlers, as well as children of all ages.

Pine Cone Elf

Kids can make a cute Christmas elf using a pinecone and assorted found objects.

Kripp Craft

In Austria, the entire month of December is a celebration with December 5 marking the beginning of the season. A Kripp is an Austrian Christmas tree ornament.

Creative Costumes for Halloween

As the years have come and gone, parents and children have become more and more creative in selecting costumes, from the adorable to the unusual. Here are a few to choose from!

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