Believe it or not, we’ve seen three-year-olds master this skill.
Ice them with puffy paint and sprinkle with sparkles.
And then get your mini-team busy baking.
It’s basically impossible to mess this one up.
Perfect for camping, sleepovers, or lounging around the house.
Use a Styrofoam ball for the head, yarn for hair, and feathers for wings.
Dab the paint on for that pine tree texture.
Use cardboard, plastic spoons, cupcake papers, and, of course, colorful gems.
A creative craft that will brush up your kids’ geometry skills.
Boil the sticks, mold them to the shape of your wrist, and let them dry overnight.
They’ll be begging to wash their hands!
Easy enough to do with kids and beautiful enough to give as gifts.
An exciting art-meets-science craft to do with the littles.
Arrange your crayon shavings, and then iron them into a gorgeous, melted masterpiece.
Let the kids go wild decorating them with yarn, buttons, sparkles, paint, and whatever else makes them happy!
Glue them onto yogurt lids, and then peel them off once they are completely dry.
Decorate them with pretty napkins, color-block painting, or just let the kids get at them with paint, glue, glitter, stickers, and more.
A fun, easy, and budget-friendly way to bedazzle your daughters!
Just stuff little green pieces of yarn into a clear bulb, and you’re good to go.
I love how each one is a totally unique swirl of color.