How to Make a Fairy Crown for Halloween

fairy-crowns-necklacesGirls love pretending to be Fairys. They can pretend to be Fairys on any day of the year, but they especially love dressing up as a Fairy on Halloween. Well, a fairy just can’t truly be a fairy without their Fairy Crown. In this post I will show you how to make a Fairy Crown for Halloween. Add this to your Fairy Skirt and Fairy Mask to have the most perfect Fairy Costume this Halloween. Or, use the Fairy Costume to play dress-up all year long. Let’s get started with the craft.

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How to Make a Fairy Mask for Halloween

fairy-masksLittle girls love to be Fairys. They just do. But, sometimes those store bought Fairy Masks can be a real nuisance to wear during Trick-or-Treating. Well, I have a treat for you today. I’m going to show you how to Make a Fairy Mask for Halloween. This Fairy Mask is made with Tulle so it is wonderfully light. Not like those plastic or vinyl store bought Fairy Masks…. this mask is simply beautiful. Plus, your little girl will have a blast making her mask too…. almost as much as wearing it. Keep an eye out as I will show you How to Make a Fairy Skirt Costume later today.

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15 Spooky Halloween Crafts using Milk Jugs

14 Spooky Halloween Crafts using Milk JugsI had no idea how many super cool crafts are out their for Halloween using Milk Jugs. There are just so many…. and they all are just so cool. I was searching the internet for some awesomely creepy Halloween crafts and I found some doozies for you. In this post I have listed 14 spooky Halloween crafts using Milk Jugs. What’s so wonderful about these Halloween crafts is that they all use milk jugs…. an item that most of us use every day. So, you are sure to at least have the most important material for these crafts. Scroll through all 14 of these Halloween milk jug crafts to find some to do with your kids at home. They will love it.

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How to Make Costume Hats

How to Make Costume HatsCostume hats are so much fun to make. There are so many different hats you can make. You can make a Medieval Hat or a Nurses Hat…. or maybe even a Pirates Hat. If you are looking for different costume hats to make then you are going to love today’s post. Today I have a printable diagram of many, many different Costume Hats you can make. No matter what mood you are in you are sure to find a hat to fit your taste. So, print of the printable diagram and get started making your hat today.

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How to Make a Leprechaun Hat for St. Patrick’s Day

How to Make a Leprechaun HatI don’t know about you, but when I think of a Leprechaun I think of the big, green hat he wears. Today I’m going to show you how to make your very own Leprechaun Hat for St. Patrick’s Day. After all, St. Patrick’s Day is only a little over a week away. Now is the time to get started making and displaying your St. Patrick’s Day crafts. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started with this fun St. Patrick’s Day craft.

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How to Make an Elegant Mask for Purim

Purim is coming up quickly….. it will be here this year on the evening of March 7th. So, since Purim is all about hiding ones identity I thought we should make a mask perfect for celebrating Purim. So, today I will be showing you how to make an Elegant Mask for Purim. Made from paper and whatever you would like to use to decorate the mask…. the outcome is a Mask that you would be proud to wear. So, grab the materials you will need and let’s get started.

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How to Make an Abe Lincoln Top Hat for President’s Day

How to Make an Abe Lincoln Top Hat for PresidentYesterday I showed you how to make a an Easy George Washington Hat for President’s Day. Well, it wouldn’t be right to make a hat and celebrate George Washington’s special day if we don’t do the same thing for Abraham Lincoln. So, today I will show you how to make an Abe Lincoln Top Hat for President’s Day. After all, President’s Day is about honoring both George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. And, what better way to honor Abraham Lincoln than to make his top hat. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.

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How to Make an Easy George Washington Hat for President’s Day

How to Make an Easy George Washington HatPresident’s Day is coming up later this month…. specifically on February 20th. On President’s Day we celebrate George Washington’s Birthday. So, in honor of our first President’s birthday I’m going to show you how to make an easy George Washington Hat. Your youngest of crafters will love making this George Washington Hat…. almost as much as they love wearing it. You don’t need many materials for this craft. As a matter of fact, you probably have most of the materials at home already. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.

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Chinese New Year Crafts – Year of the Dragon

Chinese New Years CraftsChinese New Year falls on January 23rd this Year. And, in honor of Chinese New Year I put together a list of crafts just about the Chinese New Year. You will find that most of them are Dragon Crafts and you might wonder why….. well, I will tell you why. This year is the Year of the Dragon. So, to honor that fact the majority of the crafts I have listed here will be Dragon Crafts. Not all of them…. there are plenty of fun other crafts that have nothing to do with Dragons. So, check out the post and pick a few Chinese New Year Crafts to do with the kids….. they are sure to love them. So, let’s get started.

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How to Make a New Years Party Hat

It just isn’t a New Years Party if you don’t have a New Years Party Hat. Well, if you don’t have one yet….. don’t worry. Today I’m going to show you how to make a New Years Party Hat. And, this hat turns out awesome. It actually turns out a lot better than any store bought New Years Party Hat you will find. Made with glitter glue and crystals this party hat is like no other you will find. So, let’s get started.

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How to Make a New Years Mask

If you are going to a New Years Party I have the perfect craft for you today. I am going to show you how to make a beautiful and elegant New Years Mask. Made from cardboard, crystals and glitter glue this mask turns out beautifully. You are sure to get many compliments on this mask from all who see it. And, the cool part….. you get to tell them that you made it yourself. So, let’s get started.

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How to make a Cat Mask out of leather

Are you planning on being a cat for Halloween? Did you want something original that no other person will be wearing? Why not make it yourself? I have an awesome Cast Mask craft to show you that turns out outstanding. In this post I will show you how to make a cat mask out of leather.

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Mask Making Fun – How to Make 3 Different Style Masks

How to Make 3 Different Style MasksEveryone knows that Masks are a perfect craft for Halloween. But, if your kids are anything like my two littlest ones…. Masks are fun ANY time of year. My children LOVE masks… love them!! So, today I’m going to show you how to make three different style masks….. make your favorite or make all three. Plenty of mask making fun.

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How To Make A Cat In The Hat from Dr. Seuss ​Hat Arts and Crafts Project for Kids

How To Make A Cat In The Hat from Dr. Seuss ​Hat Arts and Crafts Project for KidsWhat’s more fun than the Cat In The Hat? Making a Cat In The Hat Hat of course! These are very easy to make and a lot of fun to do too….do it to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday this year.

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Make Witch’s Hat for Your Halloween Witch Costume with This Crafts Idea

Halloween is coming up sooner than you think…before you know it, you will be wondering what you should be making for your Trick-or-Treat Halloween Costume. How about a witch? This witch’s hat will be fun to have for a Halloween party, to play dress-up, or just to go Trick-or-Treating. Add a mask and broomstick and you can scare your friends.

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How to Make a Native American / Indian Headdress Headband Costume

This is a really cute idea to make a Native American Indian Headdress for a Costume or to just play dress up. This is easy enough for kids 8 years and older to make themselves.

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