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You do not have to live in galaxy far, far away to have your very own lightsaber. With Elizabeth and Beck both huge fans of Star Wars, my husband by far is a big fan, and my love of that cheeky little Chopper from the new Rebels series, I just had to come up with a fun craft for my children to make.  This fun craft is a perfect kid’s craft for any...

Learning about farms is essential to any fun education. There is always something fun to see on a farm. Why not add some Farm themed fun to your lessons today with a FREE Farm Coloring Book?  This Farm Coloring Book centers on all the animals from a farm. It is designed to be portable, so you can use it in your car, at home, on a plane or train, or even at a...

Ever since my oldest was about 2 and saw the first Tinkerbell movie, fairies have been part of our life! Honestly, I love the adorable fairy garden trend, and even my husband can appreciate the creativity of these little gardens. This year we made our own Fairy Houses to use in a fairy garden or just as a home for toy fairies. Best of all, they are made by reusing...

Spring is in the air! Warm, sunny days, flowers blooming, bees buzzing…these wonderful sites of spring always remind us of one of our favorite bears – Winnie-the-Pooh! To help welcome the spring season we are creating fun Winnie-the-Pooh inspired flowerpots. These small flowerpots are easy for kids to paint and decorate. They make a bright and cheery addition...

Welcome and thank you for stopping by to see how my children were inspired by the Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman ornament by Kristina Gaughran for the April 2015 Featured Artist for the Hallmark Keepsake Ornament Club. This ornament is so new that it is not even available until July of 2015! This fun kids hands-on craft focuses on this iconic super hero’s special...

Craft time is always fun in our house. When we got the opportunity to add some Cinderella themed fun to our craft lessons we just had to make our own Cinderella Glass Slippers! As you know, my family loves to include Disney fun into not only our lessons, but also in our family time too. We watch movies, play games, and generally love all things Disney.  This...

Kids crafts and art projects are a great way to add hands-on learning to your lessons. Each time Elizabeth, Beck, and I get a fun craft idea in our hands we just love to see how it ends up. With spring coming, we thought it would be fun to try our hands, quite literally, at a fun Spring Butterfly Tree Kids Craft. This craft is perfect for any child or student and...

It is safe to say my family is a Disney family! Several years ago we had an opportunity to move to Florida.  Now we are fortunate to live close enough to Walt Disney World to visit on a fairly regular basis. Because we are BIG Disney/Pixar fans, our favorite characters from the big screen often serve as inspiration for learning and craft projects in our home....

Are you looking for a fun way to incorporate animal themed crafts into your lessons? Or, are you thinking about bringing your ABC learning to life through some fun hands-on craft projects? Well, then I have just the right eBook to help you add some funs hands-on animal crafts to your lessons with the 50 Animal Crafts for Little Kids by Georgina Bomer at Craftulate.  Before...

The Northern Lights. Even as an adult I still find them both fascinating and I am just plain awestruck at their beauty. Recently the kids and I have been diving deeper into exploring the Northern Lights in a unit study and I wanted to tie in a fun hands-on art project for the kids to complete.  One of the books that the kids loved while learning about the Northern...

After the birth of my fourth child, I wanted a cute way to remember how tiny she is. Not only did I want to remember her tiny-ness, I wanted to include the thee older kids too, so we created this adorable Heart Footprint Keepsake Canvas!   To start with I found a canvas big enough for all my kids feet. We used a 12 X 24 inch canvas, but any size can be used...

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