Just some pom pom, felt and glue and you have some cute decorations to add to treat bags, on top of pencils or just scattered around the table.
These felt sugar skulls by Casa Artelexia are just fabulous. You could make a bunch and turn them into a fantastic garland for the Day of the Dead.
For Elliott’s last single-digit birthday, he chose Pokemon as the theme. The YMCA provided the perfect space for the kids to run around and I didn’t have to worry about possibly being rained… Continue reading
I made a Candy Punchbox for my daughter’s 9th birthday, so it’s only fair that I make one for my son’s 9th. Luckily, the Pokemon theme he chose totally lends itself to a… Continue reading
For a fun take on the grab bag idea, use paper flowers. I made these for my son’s auctioned reused the boxes from his past Mario party. The green envelopes held a variety… Continue reading
While these were made as our school auction project, they would make a great gift idea. The kids have been studying Brazil, so they each drew an animal on the printing blocks and… Continue reading
With his 9th birthday coming up, my son picked Pokemon as the theme. So the first step was to make invites. There are some fun invitation ideas out there–personalized Pokemon cards, pull-out Pokeball… Continue reading
I felt guilty throwing away all the scraps from the paper flowers I made, so I decided to try and make paper hyacinths. I taped together two toilet paper tubes as the base… Continue reading
Spring is finally here and so is school auction season. My son’s school is going with an “In Bloom” theme and I’m making large paper flowers to decorate the interior courtyard. I used… Continue reading
My friends’s daughter drew this barn, so I thought it would fun to embroider and make her a small pillow. I took her drawing and used my Crayola lightpad to trace the image.… Continue reading