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Share your love of paper crafting with children with these adorable Little Critter Cards! You can make them for the little ones in your life or, even better, make them with the little ones! Each of the Little Critter Cards are easy to make with little or no help from an adult. The child who receives one of these cards will certainly smile, and the sense of satisfaction from making one, will stay with the child for a long time to come! What a fun kids' class these cards would make too! Project includes instructions for making a penguin, mouse, lady bug, dinosaur, and not shown, an owl, monkey, bee, and dog!
Do you know a little girl that likes to dress up or has a birthday coming up? Here is a cute little tutu that you can make along with a coordinating tutu birthday card! Change the fabric colors and designs and you have a cute little tutu for other events and holidays too!
For a child, losing their first tooth can be both exciting and scary! And for the parents, it's another passing moment that signifies that their "baby" is growing up. This Tooth Fairy Door project is intended to help make the arrival of the Tooth Fairy enchanting and memorable for kids and their parents alike!
The Tooth Fairy door sits on the child's nightstand, alongside the little bed and side table. On the bed the child lays their tooth, and on the side table, they sign a "thank you" card. When they go to sleep, the Tooth Fairy has a way to enter quietly into their room, take the tooth and the card, and in place leaves a little gift of money or a small toy. On her way out, she leaves the door a bit ajar, so there is no mistaking that she has been there!
This cute little set is perfect to use for a little girl's tooth loss! Change up the colors and make it for a boy too! Set includes a Fairy Wand, a Keepsake Tin to keep the tooth in, and a cute Tooth Money Holder!
Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamps are a brand-new product from Stampin' Up! that are great fun for crafters and non-crafters alike–not to mention kids!
The easy-to-use cookie stamp has a solid wood handle with three interchangeable stamp images: a heart, a jack-o-lantern, and a snowflake.
Just make your favorite shortbread cookie dough (or one of the two included recipes) and stamp away! Create beautiful, hand-stamped cookies in a flash. The stamp images are completely food-safe and child-friendly.
Includes solid wood handle with three interchangeable stamp images, two recipes, and tips for use
To order your Sweet Pressed Cookie Stamps, call, email, or order from my 24/7 website at your convenience and soon you'll baking and stamping your cookies. This is a fun project to do with the kids!
These pretty little headbands are perfect for a little girl's hair! And, add them to any gift wrapping or a card for added glam! These little headbands are so quick-and-easy, you could make them as favors for a little girls' party, or as a cute item for the upcoming holiday craft fairs!
We were going to take this Friday off over at my Sisters in Stamping blog this week, but at the last minute we all decided to make something to share and post! I wanted to share this little project because I went in and made it with Jacie's class!
I love going in and making projects with the kids. They are so creative and so appreciative of the projects! Here are some pictures from our fun time!
Brianna and Jacie with their little bunny baskets!
I got lots of hugs and kisses from the kids!
Jacie's friends Shawna Lee and Tate!
Bailey bunny and her little basket!
Maddie and Shawna Lee!
Happy Good Friday to you!
Peeps are so cute, but you can't give them to someone in the box they come in! Here is a little box and matching card that you can use to give your peeps some Peeps this Easter!!
To get the instructions for this fun little Easter project, just head on over to Craft Project Central and subscribe to April!
And in case you're interested some Peeps fun facts!
- Peeps were introduced in 1953 by the Just Born company out of Bethlehem PA. At that time it took 27 hours to create one marshmallow Peep! Today it takes six minutes.
- As many as 4.2 million marshmallow Peeps bunnies and other shapes can be made each day.
- Yellow Peeps are the most popular, followed by pink, lavender, blue and white.
- Each Easter season more than 700 million marshmallow Peeps, shaped like chicks, bunnies, and eggs are purchased making them the most popular non-chocolate Easter candy!
Hope you're having a wonderful weekend!
These flowers are great to use as a centerpiece in a clay pot! You can also use them as favors for bridal showers, birthday parties, as wedding favors and even as bookmarks! This project would also make a great teacher gift! The white embossing powder on colored card stock gives them a pretty pop of color!
Here is the little Valentine favor that the kids in Jacie's class made! They were as cute as ever and were so excited to make the favor, especially when I gave them the Ghirardelli chocolate to put in the inside!!
I had each of the pieces already cut or punched out so that they basically just had to assemble. They're still too young to be able to stamp and most of them just aren't strong enough for the punches yet. But they still love assembling and some of them get very creative doing so!
Jacie blowing me some kisses!
I got a bunch of hugs too from the kids too!
Scallop Envelop Die #113462 $21.95
Scallop Heart of Hearts Embosslit Die #117332 $11.95
Heart to Heart Punch #119881 $16.95
3/4" Medium Circle Punch #119873 $10.95
Large Oval Punch #119855 $15.95
Real Red Card Stock #102482 $6.95
Real Red Classic Stampin' Pad #103133 $5.95
Whisper White Card Stock #100730 $8.50
Real Red Stampin' Write Marker #100052 $3.50
Pretty In Pink Stampin' Write Marker #100045 $3.50
Love Impressions Specialty Designer Series Paper #121780 $11.95
Filled with Love Stamp Set Clear #121154 $16.95