Homework Box

Looks like school has already started from some people but around where I am there is still two more weeks of summer. Here is a great idea to get your little ones excited for school and homework.

What You Need:

Box
Pencils
Erasers
Scissors
Crayons/Markers
Glue/Sticks
Pencil Sharpener
Tape

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Memory Book

I wanted this memory book to consist a variety of art work as well as writing samples. Honestly this is a lot of work but it was fun creating it. What isn’t shown is pictures, I took pictures of each student while completing the craft and other activities we did. I printed out the pictures and used the back of each page to attach the photos.

What You Need:

Construction Paper in various colors
Three-pong folder
Crafts completed for each month
Optional: Stickers and foam stickers

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Floral Arrangement

Since I had so many yellow flowers left over from centerpieces I made for my grandmother’s birthday last year. I made a simple floral arrangement to give for her birthday this year.

What You Need:

Assorted Flowers
Small vase or Candle Holder
Ribbon
Glass Gems

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Glass Candle Holder

I made these for a friend for her birthday, she really loved it. This is very simply and easy, not to mention cheap, you know if you are on a budget. I made myself some using fabric, Glass Candle Holder to read about it.

What You Need:

Glass Candle Holder
Tissue Paper (color of choice)
Mod Podge
Paint Brush
Hole Punch Shape

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Tissue Paper Rainbows

When I think of St. Patrick’s Day I think of the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, so here are two easy tissue paper rainbow crafts.

What You Need:

Tissue Paper
Glue/Glue Stick
Scissors
Cardstock Paper
Rainbow Templates (Below)

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Folded Paper Flowers

So I’m currently working on some centerpieces for a little girls birthday party, thought I share what something I been working on. I don’t know if there is a name for them but call the ‘Folded Paper Flowers’. While looking them up I seen ‘Accordion Flowers’. Whatever they are called, keep reading on how to make them.

What You Need:

Paper (your choice of color)
Pencil
Ruler
Scissors or Fancy Scissors
Glue Stick
Hot Glue Gun

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