Browsing the "crafting with kids" Tag

How-to: Kid-Built Pipe Sword

July 7th, 2014 | by Julie Finn

Your kid probably wants a sword. Now, whether YOU want her to have a sword is a totally different question, but your kid? Probably wants a sword

How-to: Recycled CD Wish List Ornament

December 18th, 2012 | by Julie Finn

Worried that in twenty years you'll have trouble remembering what it was that your little kid wanted more than anything else for Christmas this year? Record their wish lists for posterity with an ornament!

How-to: DIY Liquid Watercolors from Upcycled Dried-Out Markers

September 18th, 2012 | by Julie Finn

Liquid watercolors are a versatile art supply that kids, especially, love to create with. If you've got a stash of dried-out markers lying around, you can make your own liquid watercolors for free, in the process breaking down those plastic markers for recycling and upcycling one of their most wasteful components

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