Christmas ornaments   Pinecone Elves

Pinecone Elves

Make a tribe of cute crafted pine cone elves to decorate far more than the elf on the shelf could ever manage. Pine cones, felt, brown pipe cleaners, a wooden bead and a bit of paint plus needle and thread are all you need to make your own pine cone elf

fishes....got to try this

Painted rocks (stones) fish magnets by Alika-Rikki cute activity.have the magnets already hot glued to the stones and let kids paint and put aside to dry. Read Only one You before art activity.

painted rocks

Their idea- painted rock stone penguins. Not realy a kid's craft like it says.

DIY paper birdhouses!

DIY Paper Birdhouses with Templates

DIY Paper Birdhouses with Templates wondering what to do with your scrap wrapping paper and construction paper? - Crafts All Over

Good creative stone art

creative stone art - could be fun with the kids this summer. (link in Chinese) but looks easy and great chance to be creative! These remind me of the "rock concerts" we used to make as a kid

Cool craft with kids

Pinned again onto crafts with thoughts of SHARK! [Our littles are fascinated by all things SHARK at the moment; would be cute to make for Shark Week/Sharknado! (Adapted from original purpose of Jonah/Whale lesson pinned onto Kid Stuff!

cardboard sky scraper.Fun project to do with kids

Tower of box houses--fun! Great Team building activity / writing project: create a house mountain and write about life there.

Reciclar, Reutilizar y Reducir : 18 fabulosas ideas para decorar botes de cristal para Navidad

18 fabulosas ideas para decorar botes de cristal para Navidad

Cómo hacer un árbol de Navidad con ramas de árbol

Tutoriales DIY: Cómo hacer un árbol de Navidad con ramas vía DaWanda.com

Paper crafts. Love the bird wreath.

Love the bird wreath. The wreath looks like the paper cone Christmas tree. Just smaller.

#art #rock

From kokokoKIDS: Painted rocks are great accessories for encouraging dramatic play, and durable for outdoor play.

Here’s a DIY project that I did for our balcony garden - a tea light garden chandelier made from a discarded wire cupcake stand that I got from the thrift shop. The glass holders are a mix of baby food jars (again from the thrift shop) and some colored glass holders from IKEA bought years ago. Spray painting the wires white gives it more definition than leaving it in its original gray color. The crystals by the way were salvaged from a nonworking/unused chandelier.

Here’s a DIY project that I did for our balcony garden - a tea light garden chandelier made from a discarded wire cupcake stand that I got from the thrift shop. The glass holders are a mix of baby food jars (again from the thrift shop) and some.

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