Art For Kids

The Craft Table: Make a Perfect Place for Nature

Having a spring brunch this weekend? Here’s a fun way your kids can contribute to the festivities of the table. Using contact paper, construction paper, and a little help from Mother Nature, these homemade place mats add a wonderful note of spring joy to the table. (They also happen to make a great spring brunch activity for your

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The Craft Table: Sparkling Skies and Sunbursts

Sunny skies, cloudy skies, starry nights, and sunsets: The sky provides infinite artistic inspiration for creative families. For this wonderfully sparkly art project, you can make a tres-chic piece of free-form art while talking with your family about the wonders and wiles of the weather. Create the sky you see with your eyes or make

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Cards with Heart: DIY Valentines Little Hands Can Make

Break out the red glitter! Valentine’s Day is here! Whether you need dozens of valentines for a kindergarten class or something special for the grandparents, homemade cards are the way to go. These simple kid friendly craft ideas will make your Valentine’s Day cards truly one-of-a-kind. So go ahead, get creative, get a little messy, and feel the love! 1)     Painted newspaper hearts

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Winter Craft: How to Make Perfect Cutout Snowflakes

By Allison Jones, Contributing Writer If you’re like me, your paper cutout “snowflakes” look more like….misshapen marshmallows with a few triangles missing. But this year, the Frozen-loving kids in my life insisted on making snowflakes, well, pretty much all the time. I was determined to become a snowflake master. The secret to making a snowflake that mimics

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