lavender & rosemary make the table smell, great too
Level: Easy Materials: Reusable glass or jar; strip of burlap or ribbon or fabric; string; name card flags (free template provided below): glue stick; pen; herbs.
Holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas and Hanukkah, are a great time to get fancy with decorating a table for family and guests. And, this week’s craft can help kids make professional-looking table settings! This craft is super easy & quick and it doubles as name cards for your guests and party favors that they can take home. You can read this post for directions or watch me make one of these place cards on How To Make Cool Place Cards VIDEO.
With my mom, we searched CraftGawker.com and chose our three favorite no-carve pumpkin designs. These are great project ideas because no knives are necessary, which is much safer for kids. If you make any of these we would love to see them. You can visit our Wondermint Facebook page and post your photos!
Washi tape comes in all kinds of colors and patterns.
We are not wishy washy about WASHI TAPE. We love it and use it for lots of things. Today, my friend Parker and I show kids how to use it to decorate pencils and school notebooks or journals. Just follow the easy steps below and WATCH OUR HOW-TO VIDEO. READ MORE…
Tired of plain old pencils? Use washi tape to design new ones. Just follow the simple steps below and watch my friend Parker & I on our HOW-TO VIDEO, which shows you how we designed our pencils AND some blank notebooks.
STEP ONE: Place washi tape on pencils in vertical strips or by just wrapping washi around pencils.
STEP TWO: Cut washi tape and, VOILA, you have a beautiful new pencil.
These homemade paper lips for straws are a great paper craft & d.i.y. (do it yourself) party favor for birthday parties or other celebrations. Also, they are really fast and easy to make. Don’t forget to check out our post “Dress Up A Drink Straw: “Quick & Easy” Party Lips” for photos & more directions.