Craft up an adorable Easter bunny with a toilet roll tube and some craft sticks! With the holiday weekend approaching, we are just crafting up a storm here! We’ve made Easter finger puppets, adorable toilet roll peeps in paper bag nests, stained glass eggs, and our latest creation is
Creating a stained glass effect with tissue paper and contact paper… this post contains affiliate links We used contact paper and tissue paper to make these “stained glass” Easter eggs last week. The process is easy and fun, and the results were really pretty. I’ve seen contact paper used
Toilet roll Peeps and paper bag nests… Remember the simple paper bag nests that I shared with you yesterday? And remember I told you I’d show you what we filled them with in a later post? Well, heeeeere they are… The inspiration for these toilet roll Peeps came from the toilet
Easter finger puppets with pipe cleaners and pom poms… These Easter finger puppets are off-the-charts CUTE. Oh my goodness. See what I mean? Look at those faces! I make these finger puppets for the hooligans every year at Easter. I whipped this set up this morning, and
Easter Garland – painting with golf balls… Each of the hooligans made an Easter egg garland last week using one of our favourite painting techniques: painting with golf balls. We love this activity. It’s super-simple, and it never fails to impress! First you’ll want to find a cardboard box
An Easter craft with tin foil and tissue paper… We made these sweet foil and tissue Easter eggs today. If you’ve been following us for while, you’ve probably seen us use the foil and tissue process before. Our tin-foil Christmas trees and our tin-foil hearts are two of my favourites.
This morning, each of the hooligans made a tissue paper Easter wreath. This is a super-simple, super-cute craft that kids of all ages will enjoy making. How to make a tissue paper Easter wreath: Cut a wreath out of a paper plate or light-wieght cardboard. A cereal box would