This puzzle piece reindeer ornament was so easy to make, we can't believe we didn't make this kids Christmas craft sooner. EVERYONE probably has cotton balls & a puzzle with missing pieces around the house. Well, now you have something to do with them! To save money, we intentionally make our crafts using items around the house, so feel free to embellish or switch out the craft materials as you wish. You'd be crazy not try this idea. Merry Christmas!
This Halloween Craft is an oldie, but goodie. We've seen many different ways of making DIY Halloween Ghosts from Cheesecloths and had to give it a try. Honestly, it was SO easy I can't believe we didn't do it earlier.The hardest part really is finding the items around the house to create the ghost body and then letting them dry. Our spooky ghosts have been a big hit around the neighborhood. Hang them on the porch or in the house for Halloween.
We're always looking for cute kids crafts to make around Halloween and this idea is one of our favorites. The possibilities are endless, just grab some COTTON BALLS & PLASTIC BOTTLE CAPS to make these fun Halloween magnets as party favors or gifts instead of candy. From monsters to candy corn, the possibilities are endless. So, let your imagination run wild and have fun!
Our fascination with popsicle stick bracelets began when grandma gave us a box of popsicle sticks last summer. She told us you could make bracelets from them by boiling them in water. So we put it to the test and thus far have made three different types of popsicle stick bracelets. (View each style on our YouTube Channel). We're super excited to bring you another original creation from Kids Crafts by Three Sisters — "Rainbow Friendship Bracelets" using popsicle sticks and tissue paper.This craft is so easy that kids can make beautiful DIY jewelry as gifts for teachers, friends or relatives. In actuality, the steps to shape popsicle stick bracelets are always the same, it's up to you how you want to decorate.
If you're a girl, you probably have a ton of hair accessories cluttering up the drawers. We're talking barrettes, pony tail holders, head bands, brushes, combs, hair bows and bobby pins.Well, in this super easy tutorial, you'll learn how to make your own DIY Hair Accessory Holder from PAPER ROLLS. In honor of getting back to school, we're getting organized.
Grandma's birthday was around the corner. Instead of buying presents, we prefer to make gifts. This year we combined two of her favorite loves, gardening and grandkids, into one amazing gift . . . a Flower Pot Photo Gift! We originally saw this idea on Mod Podge Rocks https://goo.gl/6xb47C and had to give it a try. The kids had a blast making the flower pot. And in case you're wondering, grandma's plant is still thriving!
Our mom remembered making Christmas Angels from magazines when she was a kid, so we had to give it a try. This Angel would make a beautiful table centerpiece and it's hard to believe the body of our Christmas angel is made from 2 magazines. Embellish your angel as much or as little as you'd like.
In this learning tutorial Kids Crafts by Three Sisters turns everyday metal washers & nail polish into beautiful necklaces. This craft didn't cost us more than $5 because we already had nail polish & washers. All we needed was string. And we picked up ours for about $2 at the local big box store. You could also use yarn.Ask dad though before raiding his tool box for washers ;-)
Someone gave us over 100 Pine Cones and challenged us to see what we could to with them. We immediately found inspiration from Linda at Craftaholics Anonymous®. Her wreath made from pine cones was absolutely adorable and a perfect use for the amount we had. Armed with paint and a glue gun we got started right away.After baking our pine cones for about 20 minutes at 200 degrees. We painted them. You can do this by hand, which we did (because we're kids) or have mom spray paint them for you. WATCH THE VIDEO FOR MORE!