It’s Good Friday today. Are you done decorating your eggs for Easter? Inspired by
, we did this little cutie lamb today 🙂 DisneyFamilyFun
Easter Egg Lamb
Our little artist has just started learning the piano and one of his favourite piece is
Mary has a Little Lamb. He learned this piece from YouTube. Watch him play here 😀
Since he is loving lambs so much, it is only appropriate to make one to accompany him <3
All you need are:
* an empty egg shell
* a black straw for the legs
* colored paper for the ears (I cut out from old magazine)
* cotton balls
Cut the straws
Glue onto the egg
Paste cotton all over the lamb leaving the front part empty for the face
Draw eyes and mouth
The Easter Egg family is expanding 😀 Check out our previous post on making the Easter Egg Mickey Mouse
We are still in the mushroom craze so that is what we’ll be making today 🙂
Paper plate toilet paper roll mushroom
Paint the toilet paper roll brown
Cut a line to the middle of the plate and glue as shown above.
Paint the paper plate red.
Varnish the paper plate with PVA Glue.
The paper plate should be sticky. Paste cotton on it and let dry. It will have a nice shine once dried.
Spread glue on the rim of the toilet paper roll
Plate the paper plate on the toilet paper roll
Paper plate mushrooms
The kids and their mushrooms 🙂
Mushrooms! We love mushrooms! Today we are going to make a footprint paper plate mushroom 😀
Footprint paper plate mushroom
Cut a paper plate to the shape of a mushroom top
Paint the paper plate red.
While waiting for the paper plate to dry, paint your foot white or brown.. 😀
Stamp your painted foot on a piece of coloured construction paper.
Back to the paper plate. Paint a coat of diluted PVA glue all over the plate. This acts as an adhesive to hold the cotton later on and also as a varnish. Read
here to learn more about varnishing using PVA glue.
Paste cotton balls
Spread the remaining PVA glue at the back of the paper plate
Paste it onto the footprint and the mushroom is done! Served with a bowl of freshly cooked mushroom soup, YUMMY! 😀
Today we are just going to put cotton balls together to make a snowman 😀
Just paste the cottonball and decorate as you wish. Your snowman is done 😀
I love sheeps. Let’s make a sheep today 🙂
Paper Plate Cotton Sheep
Paint a paper plate grey
Cut the sides and paste
Paint your thumb white
Dot as the eyes and paint the nose
Cut a pair of ears from white and pink paper
The face is done
Paste cotton balls on an empty paper plate
Paste the face to the body
Your paper plate cotton sheep is done 😀
This is one cute craft you can do with your old newspaper 🙂 See, our crafts are going green!
– Crumple a newspaper into a ball.
– Use masking tape to cover the entire surface
– Paste rolled up cotton onto the newspaper ball
– Poke a toothpick through, glue and let dry.
– Cut black straws and glue over the toothpicks.
– Let dry.
– Cut a face out of black colored foam and paste.
– Paste a couple of googly eyes and your cotton ball sheep is ready! So cute 🙂
Have a paper plate to spare? Let’s do a rabbit 🙂
Paper Plate Rabbit
Cut a paper plate half. Cut two ears out of white paper and two smaller ears out of pink paper. Paste the pink on the white ears.
Paste the ears on the plate.
Paste a cotton ball as the tail.
Paste several strands of thread as the whiskers and draw the eye and nose.
Paper Plate Rabbit
Merryn had a little lamb, little lamb, little lamb…
Merryn had a little lamb.. 😀 Before I break glasses with my ‘out of tune’ singing, let’s start with our lamb project.
Paper Loop Lamb
Paste one end of a strip of paper to the other end; forming a loop.
Paste two cotton balls as the feet.
Cut two ears from paper and paste.
Paste some cotton balls at the back as the wool and a ribbon near the ear to make it 'pretty' 😀
I have always loved to have something nice to be placed on the corner table just to add some touch of cheerfulness this jolly season. Try this easy to make toilet paper roll Santa.
Toilet Paper Roll Santa.
Spread some glue onto a pink paper.
Wrap that paper along the toilet paper roll.
Put some glue onto the cotton balls.
Paste the cotton balls onto the roll.
Paste all over leaving a small square for the face.
Paste a red felt as the Santa’s hat. You may draw the eyes and nose or cut out a face from a magazine and paste it onto the roll.
If you have any great Christmas craft ideas and wish to share it with us, feel free to submit your craft
here. Thank you.
I think most of us will have these cotton balls at home. Why not create something cute out of it?
Isn't it cute?
You'll need a cotton ball and some beans. Glue the beans as the legs.
Two more beans as the ear and a couple of googly eyes. The cutie furball is done!