Adorable Egg Carton Turtle Craft (And a Caterpillar and Frog too!) - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Here’s a fun craft for kids! Recycle an egg carton into some adorable turtles, caterpillars, and frogs! We can’t decide which animal we like best. The turtles are my favorite, although it’s hard to decide between those and the caterpillar! For this project, you’ll need: Egg cartons Paint – we used acrylic, but tempera paint […]
EGG CARTON TURTLE
Egg Carton Turtle - such a cute recycled craft activity for kids. Easy to make and perfect with any Sea - or under the sea theme!
The Very Hungry Caterpillar: 12 Crafts for Kids - The Realistic Mama
Anyone else absolutely adore The Very Hungry Caterpillar?! Here are 12 adorable crafts inspired by The Very Hungry Caterpillar!
Toilet Paper Roll Leprechaun Hat Craft
We love you using our recycled toilet paper rolls in crafts. We made a bee for Valentine's Day, a reindeer and ornament at Christmas, a turkey at Thanksgiving, and an apple tree sensory bin and tree in the
Sunflower Egg Carton Craft for Kids
This sunflower egg carton craft for kids is perfect for summer or fall. You’ll only need a few materials to create this simple flower craft, and the activity is suitable for a wide variety of ages! Follow our Crafts for Kids Pinterest board! Kids will love being able to transform an egg carton into a …
Egg Carton Christmas Tree Craft
Use egg cartons to create a Christmas tree craft for kids. Use it to decorate a Christmas small world or add a festive touch to a doll house.
Spuntano come funghi...
Ecco il lavoretto natalizio che ho proposto per l'edizione natalizia di Illustrazione Ticinese . Occorrono solo delle scatole per le uova e temper…
How to Make an Egg Carton Dragon Craft
I love finding unique ways to craft with recyclable materials. This week with the Chinese New Year on our mind, we created this fun egg carton dragon craft. Some of the steps are bit advanced for
Egg Carton Daisy Wreath
Introducing our super duper craft of the week: a fabulous egg carton daisy wreath! YAY! BUT FIRST… I am sorry for the lack of posts over the past month. My computer is about to bite the dust and has not been cooperating. But on the flip side…I have some St. Patrick’s Day projects ready to share for next year! Ahead of the game…well, sort of. :) So about the wreath...here's what you will need: Egg cartons Paint Tissue paper- recycled Wreath form - $1 store Hot glue gun Here’s how we made it…