NEW 2013 DIY Free 13 Star Wars Snowflakes Templates from Anthony Herrera Designs here. These are in addition to the 24 Star Wars Snowflakes by Anthony Herrera I posted here. For Tardis, Star Trek and other snowflakes go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/snowflakes
- AT-AT Imperial Walker
- AT-ST Chicken Walker
- Boba Fett
- Darth Vader
- Emperor Palpatine
- Gamorrean Guard
- Han Solo in Carbonite
- Nien Nunb
- Slave Leia
- Tie Interceptor
- Tusken Raider
DIY Thread Wrapped Washer Necklace Tutorial from Design Mom here. This is such a cheap and easy DIY that older kids (around 10) can easily do.
truebluemeandyou: From my Tumblr kids craft blog. I just saw these in a jewelry exhibit, except done with really large hardware washers tied together with an ombre look. For more hardware DIYs go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/hardware
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DIY Roundup 9 Wire Jewelry Tutorials I’ve posted. Part 1. I post a lot of wire wrapped jewelry because wire is really cheap and easy to manipulate and the perfect summer craft.
- Roundup of Nine DIY Ear Cuffs I’ve posted here.
- Wire Heart Ring Tutorial by I Spy DIY here.
- Dainty Wire Wrapped Ring Tutorial from Wobisobi here.
- Black Bead Wire Wrapped Ring Tutorial from Around Wire here.
- Wire Heart RIng Tutorial from Maize Hutton here.
- Wire Ear Cuffs from Basic to Advanced from Shealynn’s Faerie Shoppe here.
- Wire Hair Rings Tutorial from Keep Calm and DIY here.
- Beginner Wire Wrapped Ring Tutorial from Lytha Studios here.
- Wire Wrapped Button Ring Tutorial from Jewelry Making Journal here.
Hi! I’m working at a girl guide camp in Ontario this summer as a arts and crafts instructor. Just wondered whether you had any good camp crafts worth checking out? I’d appreciate the help!
Many thanks :)
truebluemeandyou: I have a Tumblr kids’ craft blog with lots of kids’ jewelry and other crafts here unicornhatparty.com You can also find pages of friendship bracelets here and a roundup of 36 kid friendly crafts here. Perler Beads are SO CHEAP and I have some cute DIYs for them here and shrink plastic is also cheap and sometimes free (if you use the right plastic) and I have DIYs for it here.
Suggestions from readers?
- callmefons answered: My kids had a lot of fun making kites, you can make bubble solution and let them find creative ways to blow bubbles, make a camp newspaper,..
- truebluemeandyou: plaster of paris - you can make sculptures out of the stuff after letting it harden in milk containers, pour it in holes in the sand, etc… unicornhatparty.com/post/23197801387/diy-sand-casting-tutorial-this-is-a-really-easy
- superslyskillzmcfly answered: They sell bags of different shaped wood pieces. We used to glue them together to make animals + add eyes +magnets.
- t-rexboots answered: You can also make candles the same way as truebluemeandyou suggested by pouring warm wax in the sand!
- littleemptyroses answered: I work with 1st-3rd grader and personalized crafts have been the most popular, ex. names in block letters, draw lines across and color block
- iamdawt answered: 2 pieces clear contact paper cut into circles or squares; press leaves & other flat things nature leaves on ground; hang in window