Here's a fun way to reuse those worn-down stubs of crayons. They really work! What You Need: You can get fancy with colors,or just keep it simple. * Old crayons * Microwavable cup * Paper towels * Cookie cutters * Pot holders * Waxed paper 1. Peel the paper off crayons and break crayons into 1 inch pieces. 2. … Continue Reading ››
You will need: The shells of 6 eggs 1 tsp very hot water from the tap 1 tsp flour Food Coloring Wash the eggshells well, so they don't have any egg left in them. Dry them and grind them with a rock on the sidewalk or other concrete surface. Make sure the rock you're … Continue Reading ››
I Love Baseball Box Give your favorite baseball fan this cute box which makes for a delightful gift. Better yet, help your favorite fan create this box themselves. It is a fun, easy project that children of all ages will enjoy. Smaller or larger round boxes can be used, and a tower of these boxes in … Continue Reading ››
*Preserving Fall LeavesYou will need: Dried leaves floor wax a bowl newspaper waxed paper an old catalog or phone book old or inexpensive paint brushes
Gather some pretty fall leaves once they have fallen. Lay newspapers down on a work surface. Pour some wax into the bowl. Have the kids carefully brush … Continue Reading ››
With summer drawing to a close and the dreaded first day of school approaching, kids could use a little something to get them going again. Below you'll find a few craft projects that will both bring about smiles and come in handy this school year. Personalized Pencil Carrier You … Continue Reading ››
This issue of LW is going to give parents some great ideals for summer crafts to kill that boredom of a rainy day or to beat the heat.
WIND SOCKS Materials: markers, paint and brushes,crayons,glitter, construction paper, glue, crepe paper streamers, and string. Step 1: Use markers, paints, or … Continue Reading ››