Sometimes it’s a little, functional gift that shows Dad how much you care- and you can make these in an hour or so with just a few colors of polymer clay! Polymer clay is a wonderful medium for kids and adults alike: it’s non-toxic, cures in a home oven at 275 degrees (so adult supervision […]
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Crafts Unleashed has a wide variety of kids craft ideas for creative play time, easy kids crafts for rainy days, gifts and more. Browse all our projects for inspiration and be sure to click on any project image for detailed instructions.
Look at this cute mug! (Yes, my daughter has a cute little mug, doesn’t she?) But actually I was talking about the great mug she made all by herself! Supplies used: 1103-22 68 piece Artist Set 2406-20 Design a Mug So when you open the box to the Design a Mug you will notice that […]
My niece-in-law just graduated from college with a degree in Computer & Information Science with a minor in Web Development. To show off some of her new skills, she created an elegant, yet simple announcement. She’s also big on scratch board art so I thought it would be fun to create a graduation frame using […]
OK, so my “Graduation” Memory Frame isn’t about a typical high school or college graduation- it’s geared toward my little one when he graduated from Pre-Kindergarten. Hey, that’s an accomplishment too, right? What makes this frame SO easy is that the paper did all of the work me. I used a K and Company paper […]
After working with these Fabrico Fabric Markers for a kids’ craft project recently, I felt it best to give more detailed info about how these markers work on various surfaces. It was a fun experiment! Fabric Markers on canvas bucket hats: The markers worked wonderfully on this product! The raw canvas soaked up the juicy […]
For this project I wanted to use Precious Stone as a material to cast my children’s hand prints, and then have fun painting them. MATERIALS: Plain wooden block (scrap from hardware store). Old cardboard box. Precious Stone powder mix. Water. Children’s little hands. Hobby knife. Gesso Spray. Acrylic Paints. STEPS: Get a plain wooden block […]