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Key Hook for Dad – Summer Crafts for Kids .

This Father's Day, the kids can help create a rustic key hook for Dad set on an actual tree section with natural bark and decorated with a kid's hand‐print. Any Dad...

Punch Art Flower Garden –  Summer Crafts for Kids .

Kids love to be creative and get into things they shouldn't, like your garden. Now they can create their own garden. Acrylic paints and colorful bags can be turned into great...

 Best Friends Wreath – Summer Crafts for Kids .

The best friends wreath project is perfect for a Hodge Podge Crafts event. If you are a Mom or Dad planning a party, or a school or local park district looking...

Friendly Penguin – Summer Crafts for Kids

Friendly Penguin - Summer Crafts for Kids Kids can help paint this cute wooden, egg‐shaped penguin for their room. Materials: DecoArt Products Required Americana Acrylics •    DAO1 ‐ Snow (Titanium) White •    DAO10 ‐ Cadmium Yellow (transparent) •   ...

It’s an Alien, It’s an Alien – Summer Crafts for Kids .

It's an Alien, It's an Alien - Summer Crafts for Kids . Kids can always use toys to play with, now they can make their own. These little green men are made...

Guest Tutorial: Freezer Paper Stencil Fun –  Summer Crafts for Kids .

Guest Tutorial: Freezer Paper Stencil Fun -  Summer Crafts for Kids . In this Guest Tutorial, Jaime Mitchell of  Little Bird Creations shows us how to use freezer paper to create easy...

Guest Tutorial: Recycled Crayons – Summer Crafts for Kids.

Guest Tutorial: Recycled Crayons - Summer Crafts for Kids. This great, guest tutorial for how to recycle crayon bits into new crayons comes to us compliments of Sara of Kitty Baby Love....

Dough Hand Photo Frame – Summer Crafts for Kids .

Dough Hand Photo Frame - Summer Crafts for Kids . Aleene’s® Original Tacky Glue™ and cornstarch make quite the pair! Just mix together and you have an awesome dough to create unique...

Flower T-­Shirt – Summer Crafts for Kids .

Use tie dye to create this fun flower T‐shirt. Materials: • Tulip® One‐Step Tie‐Dye Kits™  o Classic Colors • Garbage bag • Foam plate • Paper towels • Cardboard • T‐shirt, white • Masking tape • Plastic wrap • 1” flat paintbrush • Scratch paper • Black felt pen Steps: 1. Wash shirt to remove sizing. Do not use fabric softener in the washer or dryer. 2. Cover work surface with garbage bag. 3. Using black felt pen, freehand flower pattern on scratch paper, flipping over for a reverse pattern for one flower. 4. Place shirt on work surface and smooth flat. Cover pattern with plastic wrap, taping excess to back. Insert pattern into shirt and position in place. Pattern will show through shirt. 5. Wearing gloves from kit, fill each dye bottle with water. Shake until thoroughly mixed. 6. Squeeze a small amount of Fuchsia Dye on foam plate. Wet and dry brush with paper towel. Dip brush in Dye then press into center of flower. Dye will spread on fibers. Paint dye to about ¼” from edge and let spread to line. If more dye is needed, add paint at center again and let spread. Clean brush and plate. 7. Squeeze a small amount of Yellow Dye on plate and mix with Fuchsia to create an orange color. Fill in petals of lower flower with this mixture. Clean brush and plate. 8. Add Turquoise to plate and fill in petals. Add Yellow centers to each flower then Lime stems and leaves. 9. Cover with plastic wrap or garbage bag. Let set 4‐6 hours. Fill washer to large load setting with a small amount of laundry soap. Dry in dryer.

Birds of a Feather – Summer Crafts for Kids .

This trendy little feathered bird can hold your grocery list or a personal note to someone special. In only six steps Kathleen George shows us how to make this feathered friend a...

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