Fun'n'Crafts

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Suggestions?

I’m sad to say this, but I’ve run out of ideas! I am now taking suggestions. If you comment in my latest post (or this one), like, “I want to see more crafts/games with zebras.”  I’ll try to find a craft/game that involves zebras. You get it? I hope so, it’s been so long since my latest post. Happy crafting!

p.s. I would maybe like some 4th of July suggestions…


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Kiwi Crate™

This is a site I love, because there’s a ton of D.I.Y. crafts! You can also buy crates (that I’ve never ordered), and inside the crate are all the tools you need to make a craft! You don’t have to spend money if you don’t want to though (I never have). In the summer you can order a summer journal, like I did. So go check it out here! http://www.kiwicrate.com/     Have fun crafting!


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Pot O’Rainbow!

12 days till st. patrick’s day! I just like it because of the shamrock shakes though, but I also like it because of this craft!

Materials needed: small flower pot, rainbow colored candy (probably Skittles), three-leaf clover sticker, tape, gold spray paint

1. put sticker on the middle of pot.

2. put tape all around the pot. (I don’t think gold skittles taste good).

3. spray flower pot.

4. pour in the candy.

Now you have a pot of rainbow gold!

 

Created by: no idea


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Tic-Tac-Snow

It’s just Tic-Tac-Toe with snow, nothing hard about it!

Materials needed: fresh snow, a finger (I’m sure you have one), pine cones or stones, sticks.

1. draw tic-tac-toe in snow. (as seen in picture).

2. I think you know the rules to Tic-Tac-Toe Snow

3. play until the snow melts!

 

Game created by: http://www.parents.com/fun/activities/outdoor/snow-activities-kids/#page=7


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See Snow!

This craft has 3 really easy steps. It’s a way to see snow really close!

Materials needed: black construction paper, freezer, snow falling.

1. freeze the black construction paper in the freezer.

2. wait until the paper is completely frozen.

3. hold it outside, and see the snow fall on it.

I’m going to try this tomorrow!

 

Craft by: http://powertochange.com/family/snow/