Milk Jug Snowman

February 25th, 2014

Supplies: milk jug, construction paper, red crayon, Christmas lights, red yarn and scissors Step 1: Rinse and clean milk jug and cut out a 4×4 square in the back of jug. Step 2: Use your construction to make a nose, eyes … Continue reading

Potato Heart Artwork

February 21st, 2014

Supplies: paper, 1 potato, paint, paper plate for paint, and a knife (for parents) Step 1: Make the potato stamp. Cut potato in half, draw a heart on the inside of the potato. Using a knife, cut around the heart so … Continue reading

Polar Bear

February 9th, 2014

Supplies: shaving cream, white glue, cosmetic pads, paper plate and black and white paper Step 1: Mix equal parts of glue and shaving cream, start with ½ cup and make more if needed. Step 2: Paint the glue/shaving cream mixture on … Continue reading

Egg Carton Heart Art

February 5th, 2014

Supplies: Egg carton, paint, canvas, scissors (with adult supervision or parents to use) Step 1: Take scissors and cut out each individual egg carton, cut off the bottoms so they are all the same height. Step 2: Paint each egg … Continue reading

Rock Heart Paperweights

February 3rd, 2014

Besides being fun Valentine’s Day crafts to make, these Valentine’s Paperweight are the perfect gifts to give to loved ones for daily reminders of how much they are loved. To make these, we found rocks from our backyard (although you … Continue reading

Grow Your Own Crystals

January 29th, 2014

Make these beautiful crystals at home using supplies from your pantry! Please note that this project uses Borax, a common household cleaner/chemical that can be harmful if ingested by little ones. Use constant supervision and do not allow children to … Continue reading

Paper Chain Chinese Dragon

January 23rd, 2014

Celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year (Jan, 31, 2014) with this fun Paper Chain Chinese Dragon activity. The dragon is one of the most well-known of the Chinese zodiac animals. Supplies: construction paper, white paper, ribbon, feathers, tape, glue, and … Continue reading

Bubble Art

January 19th, 2014

  Do you have a little artist on your hands? Give this a try to see what they create! Supplies: paper, plate or bowl, bubble solution, paint and straws. Step 1: Mix the bubble solution and paint in a dish. Step 2: Use … Continue reading

New Year, New Practice

January 13th, 2014

It’s a New Year and we have a new business practice that we are excited to share! Since we launched in an Alaskan garage three years ago, we’ve grown exponentially. Looking back, we are sometimes shocked to see that we … Continue reading

Snowball Toss Game

January 12th, 2014

Wow – this is so easy and a great afternoon activity for the kids. Supplies: Ten plastic cups, markers, and cotton balls Step 1: Draw faces on each cup – just to make it more fun! Step 2: Set cups … Continue reading