Posts Tagged ‘christmas crafts for children’

These curious ornaments will make a purr-fect addition to your Christmas tree this season. Materials wooden craft spoons acrylic paint white card stock glue pipe cleaners seed beads fine point permanent marker green tissue paper red beads or glitter string To make each one, first coat a wooden craft spoon with acrylic paint. Paint a

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Can you guess what this Christmas Bauble  has been made from? This sparkly ornament is made from common pushpins! Materials Polystyrene Foam Balls (from art and craft outlets such as Lincraft, Spotlight, Riot Art and Craft) Clear Pushpins Hanger (tinsel, pipe cleaner, curling ribbon, red ribbon etc) Instructions Insert clear push pins in a circle

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This countdown to Christmas craft is a very clever and creative use of plastic drink bottles.  You will require some painting skills to be able to pull this off though – courtesy of Craftberry Bush Believe it or not, these cute penguins started of as…. ….these.  Plastic drink bottles. Cut the bottles in half and

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A little warning: this gets addictive! Paper snowflakes are fun to make, especially as each one is different! They look fabulous stuck on a wall, strung together in front of a window or placed over contrasting coloured gift wrap as present toppers. You could also glue a small one on a dark-coloured card to make

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At least one kind of mouse will be stirring this Christmas: Download our ornament templates, and then add your pictures to fashion personalized decorations.From the Martha Stewart Website. Ornament How-To Download templates; print onto card stock (or color-photocopy at 130 percent). Using a utility knife, cut out the six squares. (If adding photos, use imaging

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Why are these creatures smiling? They’re holding on to a secret, and when the time comes, they’ll open their arms wide to reveal it: a hidden holiday greeting. Kids can write their own messages inside these cheerful cards and hand them out to classmates and teachers, or punch a hole at the top and tie

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A blue spruce’s “snow”-dusted branches, metallic balls, and shimmering paper ornaments sparkle in the morning light. Templates (birds, butterflies, ice skates, and many more) for the ornaments are provided, so all you have to do is cut, glue, and glitter. The ornaments are so simple — and inexpensive — to create that you could fill

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Alana and Ariella started printmaking last lesson and Alana managed to print a range of cards onto coloured card and tissue paper.  Ariella was finishing her design and did not have time to print – next lesson!  Here are the beautiful cards. These look terrific and come with a white envelope for the girls to

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