I saw this project in the August 2010 issue of Family Fun Magazine. This recycled craft first appeared on the blog 4crazykings.blogspot.com Project: Brush the insided of a plastic fruit cup with Mod Podge, then sprinkle on some glitter. Tear tissue paper into small pieces. Add the pieces to the inside of the cup, brushing more Mod Podge over the pieces as you go. Let dry. Poke a hole in the bottom of the cup - use a hammer and nail to do this. Cut about 30-35 pieces of yarn and/or ribbon…
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On March 17th, the luck of the Irish is yours with these leprechaun-approved St. Patrick's Day crafts, desserts, printables and games.
Fun for Little Ones
Mini Meteorologists: Teach your child about the weather -- and how to pick out the right clothes to wear -- with this handy chart. To use it, ask her to think about what's happening outside (Is the sun shining? Is it cloudy? Do we need an umbrella?), then have her move the pin to the appropriate symbol.
Hen in a Nest: Make a flock of these adorable chicks to celebrate spring and use up any leftover Easter eggs. For each one, pile 1/4 cup of cooked spaghetti on a plate (we broke the pasta into pieces before cooking it). Place a small scoop of egg salad on top, then decorate with olive eyes, a steamed carrot beak, and a parsley comb.