How to Make a Pumpkin Milk Jug Candy Holder

How to Make a Pumpkin Milk Jug Candy HolderLast week I showed you how to make a Milk Jug Vampire Candy Holder. Well, you seemed to have loved that idea, so I thought I would show you another cool Milk Jug Halloween Craft. Today I’m going to show you how to make a Pumpkin Milk Jug Candy Holder perfect for handing out candy this Halloween. Kids will love reaching inside this Pumpkin for the treats…. almost as much as your kids will love making it. Keep in mind you will need some Adult Help for this craft as a knife and/or a scissor will be needed to cut open the milk jug. So, let’s get started.

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How to Make a Folded Paper Windmill

How to Make a Folded Paper Windmill Today I am going to show you how to make a Folded Paper Windmill. This windmill is so much fun to make and it is simply made from 4 sheets of paper. The majority of the craft supplies needed can be found in your home so you can get started with this craft right away. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.

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How to Make Jumping Jack Leprechauns for St. Patrick’s Day

How to Make Jumping Jack LeprechaunsI have a fun and easy craft for you today. In this post I’m going to show you how to make a Jumping Jack Leprechaun for St. Patrick’s Day. When made the way that I describe in this post the arms and legs are movable making this leprechaun actually do jumping jacks when the string is pulled. The youngest of crafters will enjoy not only making this leprechaun craft, but also playing with it once it is finished. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.

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How to Make a Rocking Groundhog for Groundhog’s Day

How to Make a Rocking Groundhog for GroundhogGroundhog’s Day is coming up on February 2nd. According to folklore if the Groundhog sees his shadow on Groundhog’s Day then winter will continue for another 6 weeks. If he doesn’t see his shadow then winter will be ending soon. So, in honor of Groundhog’s Day I’m going to show you how to make a Rocking Groundhog. Rock the Groundhog craft back and forth and see if he sees his shadow. It will be a lot of fun. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.

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How to Make a Log Cabin Paper Sculpture

How to Make a Log Cabin Paper SculptureFor the past few days I have been showing you how to make different Thanksgiving crafts. Well, today I’m going to continue with the Thanksgiving fun by showing you how to make a Log Cabin Paper Sculpture. This is a fun craft and will show you how creative you can be. Made from magazines or newspaper this is a clever craft perfect for the Thanksgiving season.

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How to Make Paper Sculptures – Drawing with Paper

How to Make Paper Sculptures – 3 Techniques If children have not had much experience with 3-dimensional work, you can introduce them to paper sculpture through “drawing” with strips of paper. This method can be the basis for developing an understanding of sculpture, or form in space. Since children are familiar with line drawing, the transition to drawing in space would be logical. Strips of construction paper, cut to one inch widths on the paper cutter, can be made in advance. Demonstrate how a strip can be a straight line, a curved line, or by folding the strip it can be a zig-zag line. Everyone can try it and see how many different kinds of lines they can make. A line can enclose space so that basic geometric shapes —triangles, circles and squares—can be formed. These outline shapes can be combined with scotch tape, paste, or with a stapler. What can we make with these shapes?

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How to Make Paper Windmills with Paper Modelling Craft Instructions

How to Make Paper Windmills with Paper Modeling Craft Instructions for KidsToday, we will show you how to make a cute paper windmill. Below you will find two printable paper models. All you will need to do is cut and fold the model into the proper shape. Have fun.

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