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how to make simple and healthy toy

I've noticed that toys of children is very expensive so we will make handmade toy it is very simple and healthy too ! this toys make...

DIY – Handmade Bunny Christmas Gifts for Kids !

DIY - Handmade Bunny Christmas Gifts for Kids ! Again, small hack, this time how to make a beautiful gift box for the children. I...

Beady Foam Turtle –   Summer Crafts for Kids .

If you have a son or daughter who always wanted a pet turtle, but YOU didn't want to take care of a pet  turtle, make this cute no‐mess version out of foam sheets, beads, and colorful metallic threads. Your kids will love making this easy "pet" that's pocket‐sized!   Materials:  • Green & Yellow Fun Foam (Westrim brand) • Blue & Yellow cabochons • 8x10 Treasure Tape Sheet • Diamond Beadlets • Kreinik Dimensional Threads: Gold Braid Assortment Steps:  1. Using the template, trace your pieces onto the green and yellow fun foam. Cut them out  carefully. Use an x‐acto knife to cut out the holes in the "shell" layer of the pattern. Peel back  the white backer side of your tape and place the yellow body layer on the tape. Cut out the shape and repeat to apply tape to the second side. Press out from the center with your fingers  to smooth out any air bubbles. 2. Peel back the red liner on the bottom of your yellow piece. Place your feet and tail pieces on the tape, and then align the yellow body shape with the bottom green shape. Press to adhere firmly. Peel the red liner off the top of your yellow body piece. Align the top green piece over it, and press them together. 3. Begin to embellish. Use your gold threads to make a pattern on your "shell". 4. When finished embellishing, use your red liner to press all threads firmly into the tape. Place your design in a tray or ziploc bag and pour Diamond Beadlets over the exposed tape. Swirl with your fingers to cover fully. Tap to remove excess beadlets. Kreinik threads available through needlework stores or www.kreinik.com.

Miscellaneous – Altered CD – Ways to Reuse Materials .

This altered CD makes a great projects for kids! Materials:  • Marvy® Opaque Stix,‐Silver, White, Black, Blue • Recycled CD • Cardstock, lime, white • 1" Alphabet stencil • Decorative edged scissors‐ corkscrew • Embossing label maker and black tape • Black and White gingham ribbon‐ 1/4 1/2 yard • Black fibers‐ 1/2 yard • Paper Glue‐ Zip Dry™ Paper Glue, Beacon Adhesives® • Marvy® Paper Trimming Buddy • Marvy® Squishy Scissors • Ruler     Steps:  All measurements are in inches. 1. Using CD as template, trace and cut one circle from the lime cardstock. Cut two 1" x 3 1⁄2"  pieces from the white cardstock. 2. Draw four flowers on white cardstock. Use silver Opaque Stix pen to draw petals. Use blue...

Daisy Clay Pot Turtle

Turn those boring pottery pieces into works of art! Grab some easy to use stencils, acrylic paint, and your imagination and whip up these...

Dough Crafts – Adorable Clay Pig .

By: Linda Peterson This Adorable Clay Pig is made using an old water bottle, so it’s ecofriendly and a great project for kids and adults alike. This cute little clay pig can sit on display in your kitchen or kids room, or you can cut a slit in the back and turn it into a cute bank. This is a great project for Earth Day and for teaching kids how to reduce, reuse and recycle.   Materials:  Cloud Clay – white  Acrylic paint – pink,...

How to Make a Polymer Clay Cake – DIY .

How to Make a Polymer Clay Cake - DIY . We recently fashioned food , but today I will tell you how to make a...

DIY How to Make Pom Pom Yarn Chicks for Kids !

DIY How to Make Pom Pom Yarn Chicks for Kids !  For the Easter holidays will be interesting to do a little decorating that will...

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