Saturday, December 12, 2015

Awesome Christmas Gift for Kids

Are you looking for an awesome Christmas gift for the kids in your life?
This just might be it!

Kids LOVE to be creative and make stuff.
And this book is something they can use ALL year long to let those creative juices flow!

I published this book last month and you will not be disappointed.
It is full of big, colorful photos and step-by-step instructions on how to make each and every craft.

So check it out!
It is on sale on Amazon right now!

And an added bonus: These crafts are NOT complicated nor do they require complicated techniques or materials. 

All you need to make every single craft in this book are 11 basic craft supplies that you can find on Amazon or even your nearest Walmart!

  1. Construction Paper
  2. Craft Foam
  3. Craft Sticks
  4. Googly Eyes
  5. Yarn
  6. Washable Paint
  7. Hand-held Hole Puncher
  8. Scissors
  9. Glue
  10. Marker
  11. Pencil

That's it!
In fact, you could make this Christmas Gift even MORE awesome by buying all the supplies to go along with it! Your child will be all set and ready to create--all year long!

So give the gift of Creativity to the kids you love.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

My Book!!

Here it is folks, my book!!
It will be released on November 3, 2015.

Click below to pre-order it on Amazon!


I've worked on the book over the past year. It's been such a blessing to have this opportunity and experience in my life at just this time. I am so excited to have it accomplished, and even more excited to share it!

Here is a little glimpse at the inside of the book:

All 50 crafts come with a big full-color photo of the finished craft, and step-by-step photos and instructions for how to make it! It is so fun and easy to use!

There are 10 Holidays listed in this book and each one comes with 5 different craft ideas for kids. The Holidays/Special Occasions included in this book are:

Valentine's Day
St. Patrick's Day
Mother's Day
Father's Day
Fourth of July
Back to School

Most of these crafts are not found on my blog, so you don't want to miss out. Get this book and you are set for a whole year of festive crafting!

Happy Holidays!!

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Yarn Spiderweb - Halloween Craft for Kids

The last thing I want to encounter is a spider with fuzzy legs.......Unless, of course, it's in the form of a cute Halloween craft!

  • Craft Foam
  • Yarn (2 colors)
  • Button
  • Scissors
  • Glue

How to Make it:

1. Cut a LONG piece of yarn. Wrap it around a piece of craft foam and tie the beginning end to itself to secure it:

2. Keep on wrapping the long piece of yarn around and around from different angles and sides. When you get to the end of the yarn, tie it to an already wrapped around piece to secure it.

This is your SPIDER WEB!

3. With a different color of yarn, cut 3-4 pieces about 2-3 inches long. Choose where you want your spider on the web and tie the pieces around a web piece.

These are your spider legs!

4. Finally, glue a button over the middle of the legs. If you want you can also glue on googly eyes, or just leave it as is.


Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Shape Bird - Educational Craft

Birds come in all shapes and sizes.
And some birds come in just SHAPES! :)
Here is a fun and educational craft you can do with your little ones.

  • Craft Foam or Construction Paper in yellow and the color you want your bird to be.
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • 1" Googly Eye

Make it!

Step 1. Using the color you choose for your bird, cut out a square about 3" big, a small semi-circle, and a small crescent shape.

Step 2. Cut out 3 small yellow triangles.

Step 3. Help your child name all the shapes, including the eye (circle). Tell them you're going to create an animal with the shapes. 

Step 4. As you show your child where to glue each shape (as shown below), have them try to guess what animal they are crafting. Let it dry and you're done!

Have fun!

Monday, September 28, 2015

Shape House - Educational Craft

Learning while crafting = multitasking at it's finest. :)

And if that wasn't awesome enough, it's so easy to prepare. Check it out!

  • Craft Foam, or Construction Paper in various colors.
  • Scissors
  • Glue

Make it!

1. Cut out the following shapes: 
  • Big square
  • Big triangle
  • 2 small rectangles
  • 2 small squares
  • 4 small circles (these will be little green bushes next to the door)

2. Talk to your child about all the shapes. Hold up a shape and have them name it, or name a shape and have them point to it.

3. Help your child glue all the shapes together to create a house. Let it dry and you're all done!

Have fun!