Remember making Easter eggs with the fizzy tablets and then popping the box apart to make a little paper Easter egg holder? Well these free printable egg holders take that idea and add a pinch of creativity and color. Print, cut, and add your own details with any medium you choose!
Does your child draw a blank when you place an empty piece of paper in front of them? Banish the fear of the blank page with these free printable sketchbook prompts perfect for celebrating the spring season just around the corner!
Do you have a used gift card or an old credit card hidden in your wallet? If you do you have exactly what you need to make this DIY paint scraper for kids. These are so easy and such a fun, satisfying process for kids of any age!
Children’s literature is my classic, go-to move for introducing new ideas to my kids; be it an art movement or a science concept. Cuddling on the couch, reading out loud, soaking in the amazing illustrations that are available make it easy to enjoy! Art books for kids are easy to find and some of the most fun to read!
Tie dye is a favorite at my house. We don’t do it terribly often because it is a big, stinkin’ deal. Usually it involves a sunny day, buckets, and a hose. Traditional tie dye is an outside only affair at our house. This easy tie dye process uses just food coloring and tissue paper. You get all the amazing designs without all the mess!
Learn how to make a paper basket using this printable weaving template. This paper basket weaving is the perfect place to sharpen weaving skills as well as recycle some past artwork into something brand new!
This Easter egg template set is a simple way to bring a little creativity to the craft table this spring. Print, cut out and add any medium you like to add some personality to these sweet stand up Easter egg printables!
Everyone knows how to color Easter eggs with the little tablet of color you plop into the fizzy vinegar water. I think I’ve done that for about 40 years now and while the eggs are beautiful they are all the same. What’s the fun in that? Learn how to decorate Easter eggs using three different methods that all use the same easy supply- washable markers!
I love art that doesn’t hang on walls. My favorite kind of making is creating beautiful things that get used. This paper bag craft results in adorable paper bag houses that are perfect for playing! Creating your village is just the beginning of the fun!