Today’s post written by Edwina

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I have been having a great time putting together this weeks post from The Crafty Crow. Cassi has such amazing website linking to heaps of great craft tutorials to enjoy with your little ones. Here are some of my favourites. Enjoy!

1. Rainbow Stars

Theseare such gorgeous Waldorf inspired window stars from Garden Mama.

Garden Mama Stars

2. Gluten Free Play Clay Beads

Play Clay is a lot of fun, you can mold it, dry it and paint it. Jessica Wilson has posted this cute tute on Craftzine.

Craftzine

3. Creation Station

This is what I need to do at our place. A Creation Station is perfect way to manage all the bits and bobs that come with kids crafty creations. They can even help keep it tidy when you are done! (fingers crossed!)

Creation Station

4. Matchbox Bugs

Aaaah so cute, these remind me of the Bug family that lived on the window sill in Sesame Street. Make your own Matchbox Bugs with this cute tute from Sydney Mum, Coloured Buttons.

Matchbox Bugs

5. Finish the Picture

I love this idea, quick and easy and I imagine you could get some of these ready before hand for a long trip or restaurant event. More great ideas at artprojectsforkids.org

Finish the picture

6.  Twig Chair

Dad? Grandpa? Check out how cool this twig chair is?  Twig Chair instructions here.

Twig Chair

7. Bandana Quilt

This is an easy and quick way to make a colourful and fun quilt.

Bandana quilt

8. Printable Tickets

Every bedroom play or talent show needs its own box office so why not print these cute Tickets before showtime.

Printable tickets

9. Babushka Pencil Toppers

One Crafty Mumma has a lovely tutorial on these super cute Babushka Pencil Toppers, there is also instructions for a house and car too.

Babushka toppers

10. Mark Your Shadow

I love this idea. It is so simple as well as educational – I imagine it would also be a lot of fun marking the shadows. Good project for a few kids and – yippee! – mess free!

mark your shadow

You’ll find many more ideas like these at The Crafty Crow, I hope you’ll come by and say hello! If you have a project that you would like to submit then send it my way – details are in the right column on The Crafty Crow.

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