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Craft Ideas

23/10/2019

Make Your Own Galaxy Painting [VIDEO]

What could be better than making your own super space painting with the children! We have everything you need to do this fun activity and decorate your classroom, setting or home. Simply follow our easy step-by-step crafts guide below or watch our video tutorial and get creative with the children. How to Make Your Own Galaxy Painting Art Materials You Will Need: Medium Weight Black Card Junior Paint Spritzers Pearlescent Paint Assortment Glitter Paint Assortment Coloured Chubby Chalk Paint Sticks [optional] Step 1: choose your colours, we stuck to the space... Read More

21/10/2019
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Make Your Own Lolly Stick Tree Decorations [VIDEO]

What could be better than making your own festive decorations for Christmas? We have everything you need to prepare for the festivities with the children and make your Christmas Tree beautiful! Simply follow our easy step-by-step crafts guide below or watch our video tutorial and get creative with the children this Christmas. How to Make Lolly Stick Tree Decorations Art Materials You Will Need: Jumbo Natural Lolly Sticks Festive Ribbon Felt Off-Cuts Paint Sticks Festive Glitter Pom Poms Assorted Sequins Pen How to Make Lolly Stick Tree Decorations Step 1: Pick your... Read More

17/10/2019
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Make Your Own Tealight Snowmen Decorations [VIDEO]

What could be better than making your own festive decorations for Christmas? We have everything you need to prepare for the festivities and light up your Christmas Tree, Classroom or Setting! Simply follow our easy step-by-step crafts guide below or watch our video tutorial and get creative with the children this Christmas. How to Make Tealight Snowmen Art Materials You Will Need: LED Tealights Festive Glitter Pom Poms Felt Square Assortment PVA Glue/Glue Stick Festive Ribbon Tinsel Pipe Cleaners Marker Pen How to Make Snowmen Tealights Step 1: Using felt, cut... Read More

fireworks pictures bonfire crafts 09/10/2019
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Sparkly Fireworks Picture – Bonfire Night Crafts

Create Sparkly Fireworks Pictures for Bonfire Night Create a dazzling firework picture for bonfire night using glue, glitter and sequins! An ideal arts and crafts project for young children. Simply follow these instructions to make a sparkly firework design this Guy Fawkes night and get creative. Art materials you will need: Card (black) PVA Glue (white) Glitter (various colours) Sequins Paintbrush Newspaper (or splash mat) How to make sparkly fireworks pictures this bonfire night: Cover your work surface with newspaper or a splash mat, and place a sheet of black... Read More

firework crown bonfire crafts 09/10/2019
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Make A Firework Crown – Bonfire Night Crafts

Create a Firework Crown for Bonfire Night Get the little ones excited for Bonfire Night and make your very own colourful DIY Firework Crown! An ideal arts and crafts project for children aged 5-7 years old. Simply follow these instructions to make firework crowns this Guy Fawkes night and get creative. Art materials you will need: Coloured Card (in red, orange & yellow) Holographic Card Scissors and Glue Felt Stars or Stick-On Stars Sticky Tape Pencil & Stapler Tape Measure How to make a firework crown this bonfire night: Measure... Read More

shooting stars bonfire crafts 09/10/2019
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Make Shooting Stars – Bonfire Night Crafts

Create Red Rockets, Sun Sparklers & Silver Catherine Wheels for Bonfire Night Bring some extra sparkle to Bonfire Night this year with these colourful homemade fireworks crafts. Made from recycled foil dishes and cardboard tubes, these DIY shooting stars are easy and cheap to make, but look as good as the real thing for Bonfire Night! An ideal arts and crafts project for children aged 0-5 years old. Simply follow these instructions to make red rockets, sun sparklers and silver catherine wheels shooting stars this Guy Fawkes night. Art materials... Read More

30/09/2019
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Make Halloween Cards – Halloween Crafts

Make these spooky Halloween cards to use as party invitations or decorations! This craft activity is suitable for 5-7 years. Read the simple instructions below to get started: Art materials you will need: Sheet of A4 orange card Sheet of A4 black card 2 yellow buttons Scraps of pink corrugated card and blue 3 paper straws 1 sheet of yellow acetate film Scissors Glue stick Ruler Pencil STEP 1: Firstly, fold the orange piece of A4 in half to create the background to the card. Using the templates trace and... Read More

30/09/2019
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Make Your Own Spooky Pizza Box – Halloween Crafts

Create a spooky 3D Halloween Scene by recycling a pizza box. This craft activity is ideal for children aged 5-7. Follow the instructions below to get started: Art materials you will need: Pizza box A3 black card Yellow and orange card Blue metallic self-adhesive film Scissors Glue stick Autumn leaves STEP 1: Cover the outside of the pizza box with blue metallic self-adhesive film and decorate the inside of the pizza box to create the background. STEP 2: Use the templates to sketch the outlines of the haunted house, the... Read More

30/09/2019
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Make Your Own Hanging Paper Monsters – Halloween Crafts

Have fun with coloured cards, free your imagination and create funny Halloween hanging monsters. This fun craft activity is ideal for children aged between 7-11. Follow the instructions below to get started: Art materials you will need: A3 green and orange card Black and white card Scissors Glue stick Coloured fake fur or feathers Stapler STEP 1: Get inspired by the monster pictures and sketch the outline of a monster body onto the green or orange card and then cut out the monster shape. STEP 2: Cut different shapes out... Read More

30/09/2019
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Make Your Own Spooky Bats – Halloween Crafts

Get ready for Halloween by making these spooky bats! An ideal activity for 5-7 year olds; follow the instructions below to get started: Art materials you will need: Black wool and scissors Scraps of cardboard Large black pom poms Self-adhesive googly eyes Double-sided sticky tape Wooden lolly sticks STEP 1: To make the large bats we made some black woolen pompoms. We cut out two circles of card each measuring 6cm in diameter and then cut a smaller circle 2cm in diameter in the middle to create a doughnut shape.... Read More