It's Easter time! These doodle eggs are therapeutic to make (a bit like a 3D colouring book), look great as decorations and make supurb personalised Easter gifts for anyone who can't eat chocolate... Every one is an original. The instructions can be found here on the website.
Kids can enjoy decorating the eggs too, so if you are searching for a sugar-free easter activity then give this a go.
Make your own Mermaid Finger Puppet. The free printable template and instructions can be found here on the website.
Finger puppets are great - first there is the fun of making them, and then you can rev up your imagination creating stories for them to star in.
Have fun :)
Here another little chicken to make...this time it's a finger puppet. Find the free printable template and full instructions here on the website.
The finger band can be sized to fit, and you can wrap iot around one or two fingers, whichever you prefer.
Have fun crafting :)
I've just finished creating and uploading a new craft - it's a chicken with wings that flap up and down when you move a lever inside it's body. It's taken a bit of trial and error to get it right, but I'm super pleased with the finished craft...
You can find it here on the website, with free printable templates, and detailed instructions on how to put it together.
Use a folded newspaper, container lid or piece of cardboard to race your frog to the finish line... The frogs come in both coloured and black and white versions, with easy printable template and instructions. It can be found here on the craftnhome website.
Try making your frog hop by banging the newspaper down on the floor behind them.