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Washi Tape Easter Egg Suncatcher Craft for Kids and Adults

This simple and easy Easter egg suncatcher craft uses washi tape and cardstock. It couldn't be easier! Perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, kids, teens, or adults because it makes a beautiful craft to hang in the window. Sun catchers perfect for spring.

My Valentines washi tape sun catcher was so successful that I wanted to make some more for Easter. First up was an Easter egg. Washi Tape Easter Egg Suncatcher Craft Materials This could not be easier. Cardstock – I used white because I knew some of my tapes were also white. Washi tape Scissors Instructions First, fold your paper in half the hot dog way and draw an egg shape. I made mine a little thinner at the top and a little thicker at the bottom. Next, cut out the frame by cutting the same basic line inside of your … Read more

Washi Tape Cross Suncatcher Craft for Kids and Adults

This simple and easy Easter cross suncatcher craft uses washi tape and cardstock. It couldn't be easier! Perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, kids, teens, or adults because it makes a beautiful craft to hang in the window. Sun catchers perfect for spring or any time of year.

Back in the old days of my blog, I wrote frequently about homeschooling, crafts, and activities to do with your kids. In the past couple of years, I have pivoted somewhat and now write much more on physical and mental health, but that does not mean I no longer homeschool (I do) or craft (I do) or do lots of fun activities with my kids (I do that too). It just means that I haven’t been talking about it as much here. Last year, in the spring, I made these fun sun catchers with the girls on Easter weekend, took … Read more

Popsicle Stick Christmas Tree Triangles

Clearly, we had a giant party with popsicle sticks, stick-on pearls and gems, and glitter glue, right? We bought a whole bunch and then went to town on all kinds of ornaments including these traditional little trees. If you’re a new subscriber, you should know that I don’t just post about crafts, but we are on a big Christmas crafting kick, so that’s what you’re getting right now. Things will return to normal soon. I have made these little triangular trees at least five times in Grace’s 8 years. I may even have posted them before here. They’re just a … Read more

Popsicle Stick Christmas Trees

This craft is as easy as easy can get. Seriously. Pre-painted popsicle sticks, heavy duty scissors, and a little bit of hot glue. And then you’ll have pretty Christmas trees to hang on your Christmas tree. It doesn’t get better than that! I played with a lot of combinations for these trees, but I always came back to liking the dark purple trunk the best. I’m not sure why (or why the colors mattered so much to me, but they did). We’ve been making a lot of crafts this holiday season, and this was by far our quickest. It’s also … Read more

Button Wreath Craft for Preschoolers

Aren’t these cute? I love button crafts, and there is no finer button craft than a little wreath. These are so easy to make that we were finished and had the glue gun put away in under ten minutes. The hardest part is gathering the materials and finding the right buttons, which is why I bought kits for these at Oriental Trading. Everything came prepackaged in little baggies with just the right amount of each color and even a little bow already pre-tied Perfect. So I’m going to give you instructions to make these, but know that gathering all these … Read more

Easy Popsicle Stick Snowflake Ornaments for Preschoolers

We’ve been crafting so much that my glue gun caught on fire. For real. I had to throw it out after flames shot out of it and it set off the smoke detector. Okay, not really about the smoke detector, but everything else is true. I love crafting with my kids. I feel the same way about crafting with them that I feel about cooking with them. I absolutely positively love doing it. Except for the mess they make. I could do without that. But anyway. I sat down one Saturday afternoon while the girls were playing Barbies, and I … Read more