I am a big fan of homemade Christmas decorations and these glow in the dark clay snowflake ornaments are super simple to make and kids love them.
Mini’s favorite artist at the moment is Piet Mondrian and these Mondrian inspired jar luminaries were influenced by a recent visit to The Gemeente Museum when visiting Holland.
The adult colouring craze doesn’t seem to be abating anytime soon and neither does the love for Christmas jumpers. So why not combine the two with these fantastic ugly Christmas sweater colouring pages.
Christmas is the perfect time for getting creative as a family and we have a great selection of Christmas decorations, crafts and gifts that kids can make.
I love candles and I love Christmas. Add the two together and you have these beautiful DIY Christmas tree luminaries made from air drying clay. These have been inspired by some I saw here. We are big fans of holiday keepsakes and these festive luminaries for battery operated tea lights would make the perfect gift or a treasured keepsake to bring out year after year.
Is there anything better than losing yourself in a good book? Well, why not keep your place in that good book with our fantastic winter colouring bookmarks.
These DIY Clay Star Cadle Holders were inspired by some we saw when we were on our recent holiday in Holland. I knew then that we could recreate them using our FIMO Air Light (microwavable) clay and finally got around to making them this week. We made our DIY clay star candle holders the perfect size for an old box of red Christmas tree candles which were my mum’s (the size that does in our twirling angel. We have had these candles for the last five years but never used them as we didn’t have ant suitably sized candle holders for them. 30 minutes with the boys and we have more than enough and more »
Kid-made Christmas ornaments are wonderful keepsakes and these DIY fingerprint snowmen Christmas ornaments are great for making memories and as a keepsake for your Christmas tree.
These DIY Superhero Masks are so simple to make and perfect for crafting with your tweens. As my boys are getting older, I am finding that it is just as important if not more important to keep crafting and creating with them. Partly due to the fact that it gives us one on one time where we can just chat and also to keep open the creative sides.
These nail varnish marbled coasters were inspired by some eggs that we marbled a couple of years ago. It is a great kids craft for older children. I did this with Mini who is ten and he loved it. In fact, he now wants to marble anything that isn’t tied down, so I am going to get some mugs.
I love decorating our home seasonally and making our own simple DIY garlands is a great way to do it. Not only can we get creative and have fun, but we have something beautiful to hang and decorate our home.
This simple Washi Tape Christmas Trees Garland is a super fun and simple kids craft perfect for the festive season. I really love using washi tape with children as it is simple to tear or cut. low-tac so they can remove and restick it and it comes in so many colours and patterns. The washi tape Christmas Trees can be used to decorate cards but also look perfect strung together to make a washi tape Christmas trees garland or bunting. Simple Washi Tape Christmas Trees Garland Materials Cereal box Washi tape, we used red and green 1/8 inch paper punch Thread – we used a green shoelace Scissors Ruler Pencil How more »
This wonderful Five fabulous washi tape gift wrap ideas is brought to you by Gude one of my long-time friends from inside my computer as the boys like to call them or my online coven as the husbeast calls them.
I think you will go a long way to find anything better than a kid-made christmas card, so I am delighted to be sharing with you a months worth of fantastic Christmas cards all made by children, along with full instructions for making them with your own children.
We love fireworks here in the Mad House and there is something about the beautiful colour and bangs that really appeals to me and the boys and also inspires is to have fun and explore our creative side with firework art. So I have gathered together best Bonfire Night and Firework Craft Ideas to help inspire you and your children.
Today I want to share with you an amazing competition for young designers to design a Halloween costume.
These fused bubble wrap snowflakes were great fun to make and are a great way of getting older children involved in process art. Maxi had lots of fun using our iron to fuse the bubble wrap together.
You must all know by now that I LOVE colouring. I find it really therapeutic and it enables me to switch off whilst spending time with the hubby. I just can not sit and watch TV and not do anything with my hands! With Halloween coming, I was inspired to put together a list of free Halloween colouring pages for adults and teens.
We love making pom poms. I find it so relaxing and perfect for making with the boys when we are sitting and chatting. This simple pom pom pumpkin garland makes a fun seasonal decoration and you could add little felt faces if you wanted to transform it into a Halloween garland.
I love getting creative with the kids and this DIY dreamcatcher tutorial is perfect for tweens and teens. It is inspired by one Maxi made when we were invited by Bassetts Vitamins to Lakefest earlier in the summer.