Make five little speckled frogs out of gumdrops and teach subtraction in a yummy way! Get the how-to on Disney Imagicademy!
These Halloween Bird Feeders are a quick and easy project for kids to make using cereal and pipe cleaners. They feed your neighborhood birds and double as spooky Halloween decorations to hang around the yard! Get the full tutorial on Disney Imagicademy.
This big kaleidoscope is a fun science project and it’s great for kids who have trouble closing one eye to look through a small tube. Get the full tutorial on Disney Imagicademy.
Make this Mad Scientist from a wooden clothespin and have him do a real-life science experiment. A gummi bear will grow to 3x it’s original size in the Gummi Grow 3000! Get the full tutorial on Disney’s Imagicademy.
For Huck’s Nintendo-inspired 9th birthday party, I wanted to make a real-life Power-Up Panel Punch Board just like the Power-Up panels found in the Super Mario Bros. Mushroom Houses. We did this instead of a pinata, and the prizes were the party favors that the kids took home with them. We saved this game for […]
I’m excited to announce the launch of Happy Handmade, a collaborative eBook filled with crafts to do for and with kids. The brainchild of MollyMoo Crafts, Happy Handmade features projects from 18 crafty moms from around the globe (myself included!). With clear step-by-step instructions, templates and patterns, there is something for everyone. From quick crafts to weekend […]
My sister and her kids came up for a visit last week and my niece Mei had a project in mind for me. She has wanted to make a handmade doll with embroidered features from the book Made By Me for quite some time. I have to admit that, at first, I wasn’t very excited about the […]
It’s time for another Milo Makes! For this project, Milo wanted to try printing with plastic Easter eggs. I know. It’s June, but we have those thing around the house all year round! This one required some adult supervision, but he had so much fun experimenting with the plastic eggs and different ways that he could […]
This is a fun project that came about when my husband put a plastic cake dome over his face. I used the plastic dome of a store-bought two-layer cake, which was a bit too tall for this project. I show you how to cut it down in the first few steps. A single-layer cake dome […]
Printing with bubble wrap is such a fun activity to do, especially with kids. The results are so modern – a beautiful mix of geometric pattern and organic colors and edges. I love it! In our former home, I had bubble printed paintings made by our sons hanging up in our bedroom. For this project, […]