I use to really want to get in to screen printing but there's just so many steps and lots of things to buy to get started. But a few years ago I heard about freezer paper and how to use it to make stencils for t-shirts. Back then I had to use an Exacto knife to cut out my designs. It's so much easier now being able to do it with my Cricut. And it is really easy, I promise. Here's what you need: 1. Freezer Paper – I bought mine at the grocery store in the storage bag/foil isle but y...
Living and Non-Living Things... I'd change this a bit and use realistic pictures cut from magazines (glue onto construction paper or tag board and laminate for extra durability). Laminate the living/nonliving paper too. Use Velcro dots on the paper and the pictures to make a reusable and durable game.
The Christmas List: 4-Things. I'm not sure how many of you feel the same way I do...but Christmas seems like too much wrapping paper and not enough of the important stuff. So this is how we roll in our house, it has worked great for the past few years and now the kids really look forward to making their list. They start by putting everything that they can think of wanting on their list, then they whittle it down to four things.
Santa Craft for Kids | Use a paper plate and various shapes to create this darling Santa Craft. Great for preschoolers to reinforce shapes and it's a darling Christmas Craft for Kids. | From I Heart Crafty Things