Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Christmas 2014

Christmas 2014

So I have had my Christmas Decor up for almost a month now and it took me forever to get a picture but here it is- well part of it at least I didn't have a chance to take pictures of everything :)

Giant Olaf




Thursday, December 11, 2014

Grinch Finger Puppet

Grinch Finger Puppet

 Materials Used: Green and Red felt, Sharpie, Wiggle eyes, cotton ball, hot glue and glue gun and one bell.





Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Simple Kids Christmas Crafts and Ornaments

Simple Kids Christmas Crafts and Ornaments

 Here are a few of the adorable crafts we have done at my work the last few years for a Christmas Show we do every year that we have a Free kids make it and take it booth. My kids of course get to partake in all of the fun each year so here are some of the creations. Clothes pin Rudolph's, Paintbrush Santa, Rodolph Popsicle stick and Frosty Popsicle stick. These are so simple and so fun for kids of all ages. We did these for a quick and easy yet adorable craft for kids to do. We get about 1000 kids attend the make it and take it booth over the 3 days. Each kid does one of these crafts in about 5min time or less, so they are quick for short attention spans :)










Thursday, December 4, 2014

Rudolph Dollar Store Pizza Pan Ornament

Rudolph Dollar Store Pizza Pan Ornament

Materials Used: Craft Glue, Hot glue, wiggle eyes, bronze glitter blast spray paint, dollar store pizza pan, red pom pom and craft foam.

Olaf Dollar Store Pizza Pan Ornament

Olaf Dollar Store Pizza Pan Ornament

Materials Used: White Glitter Blast Spray Paint, Dollar Store pizza pan, Sharpie, craft paint, glue, and craft foam. 

Burlap Holiday Vase

Burlap Holiday Vase

 Materials: $3 vase from Walmart, Burlap Ribbon, Burlap flower from dollar store, and some pine cones. Simple, cheap, easy and cute!




Monday, December 1, 2014

Simple Melted Snowman Craft / Ornament

Simple Melted Snowman Craft / Ornament

 Addie Calls him her Melted Olaf,
he is so simple to make and oh my gosh, Addie had a blast making him.


Since the Model Magic is so light weight and fluffy kids of all ages can use it, that is what makes it so wonderful. Just simply let the kids mold some white clay into what ever shape they want, then let them poke in the chenille stems, pom poms, eyes and a molded piece of orange clay for a carrot nose. Then while the clay is still wet poke in a hanger if wanting it for an ornament.

SOME PEOPLE ARE WORTH MELTING FOR :)