Valentine’s Day is around the corner. Let’s make a puffy heart today <3
Valentine’s Puffy Heart
Referring to our post here, cut a heart out of hard construction paper to be used as the template. Let the kids trace the outline of the heart on white hard construction paper.
Cut the heart out. Younger kids might need assistance in cutting the heart.
Paint the heart red. Let dry. Repeat on the other side.
Using a hole punch, punch a hole on the heart.
Cut long strips out of crepe paper. Cut again into small squares.
Crumple the crepe papers squares into tiny balls. You’ll need plenty of these.
Spread PVA Glue on one side of the heart.
Scatter the crepe paper balls onto the heart and press down to secure them. Repeat on the other side.
Tie a gold string through the hole and the Valentine’s Puffy Heart craft is done 🙂
Today we are going to blast off to the moon 😀
Paint the foot any colours you like and the toes orange or any other colours that represents the flame of the rocket.
It should be something like shown above 🙂
Stamp the painted foot on a piece of paper.
Glue 3 triangles – 2 at the sides and 1 on top and the rocket is ready for blast-off!
He loves rockets! 😀
Ethan did a card for his Daddy today based on our Father’s Day Handprint Card.
Father’s Day Card
He drew his hand print
Paste the handprint and the heart. He wrote a message by himself.. aww…
Daddy is happy. Fully written by himself, my boy, turning four next month 😀
Happy Father’s Day to all daddies out there! 🙂
The picture of a HEART is synonym to LOVE. Let’s make a handprint heart today 🙂
Paint your palm red
Stamp your painted palm onto a piece of paper
Paint the other palm red
And stamp to form a heart shape
Outline the heart shape
Paint the tip of your finger with any color you like
Dot to form the letter ‘I’
He simply loves finger or hand painting 😀
Continue dotting the letter ‘U’
I <3 U 😀
Outline the ‘I’ and ‘U’
The handprint heart artwork is done 😀
Remember we did egg carton grapes sometime ago? Well, today we are going to do something similar, today we are making egg carton heart 🙂
Egg carton heart
You’ll need 12 egg carton cups
Paint them red
It’s so much easier to paint if you place them on an egg carton 🙂
Arrange them into a heart shape and glue them in place
A lovely egg carton heart shape 🙂
Posted by Merryn | Posted in Paper Crafts, Shapes, Vehicle | Posted on 17-02-2011 | 47,220 views
Let’s learn basic shapes today and along the way make a dump truck out of it 😀
I cut several basic shapes such as rectangle, square and circle. We also shredded some crepe paper.
Use a glue stick to stick the shapes
Paste the shapes onto an art block
Spread some glue on the top part of the dump truck
Stick the confetti (shredded crepe paper) on and you are done 😀
Basic shapes dump truck
No.. not talking about heart ACHE here… but Heart Egg 😀
Heat a pan and place a silicon heart mould on it
Crack an egg into the mould
Pour some water into the pan
Remove the silicon mould and decorate as you wish 😀
We decorated ours with lots of ketchup! 😀
Let’s make a super simple heart mobile today 🙂
Valentine’s Heart Mobile
Refer to our post here and cut two hearts out of coloured construction paper. I prefer to use papers of different colours.
Cut a slit to the centre of the heart, one slit on the bottom half of the heart and the other heart on the upper half.
Slide the hearts together, top to bottom.
Tie a string or you may cut a strip of paper using craft scissors.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Let’s make a lovely heart stand today 😀
Valentine’s Heart Stand
We’ll need two hard construction paper
Cut a circle out of each construction paper. Cut a slit through in the middle end on both the paper.
Slide the paper together, top to bottom.
Cut a heart shape out of white paper. Refer to our previous post here on how to cut symmetrical paper heart.
Use crayon and colour the heart shape.
You may choose to iron the heart shape.
You’ll get stained glass effect after ironing.
Stick a thread onto the heart and glue it onto the paper stand and you’ll get a lovely Valentine’s heart stand 😀
We are going to make a Star out of red packets today 😀
Red Packet Lucky Star Lantern
Fold ten red packets as shown above.
It should look like a diamond from the back
Staple five diamond shape red packets to form a star.
Make two sets.
Staple the two sets together and you’ll get a lovely LUCKY star lantern.
An auspicious decor for Chinese New Year 😀 Tie a gold string so you can hang it.
Add a beautiful tassle to make your star a lovely one 🙂
Ang Pow Lucky Star lantern
Craft goes green 🙂 Let’s make a robot out of empty boxes today 🙂
– Wrap two boxes of different sizes.
– Use any colored paper as you wish.
Two boxes wrapped in different colored papers
– Paste a couple of stones or buttons as the eyes
– Paste bottle caps as the ears
– Decorate the robot as you wish
– Paste 2 plastic cups as the legs
The robot is done 🙂
Ready for action 🙂
Today, let’s surprise Mom with a heart shape mouse.
Heart shape mouse fridge magnet
🙂 Click here to learn how to cut a symmetrical heart shape.
Cut out a heart shape out of grey foam.
Paste the googly eyes.
Cut two small hearts out of beach coloured felt.
Glue the small hearts as the ears. Using a hole punch, punch a pink foam and glue that as the nose. Use some thread as the whiskers. Glue a magnet at the back and your fridge magnet is done 🙂
This Mother’s Day, let’s give her some hugs and love.. with all our hearts 😀
You’ll need a lot of heart shapes for this craft. Click here to learn how to get the perfect symmetrical heart shape.
Cutie Hearts Hug Fridge Magnet
Trace a heart shape onto a pink craft foam and cut.
Trace smaller hearts onto red craft foam and cut. You'll need four of those.
Glue googly eyes onto the pink heart.
Glue white pipe cleaners onto the red hearts.
Glue them all onto the pink heart and you are done with your huggies 😀
What is pipe cleaner? Click here to find out.
Do you have difficulty making a heart? I mean, do you find it hard to draw a heart that looks even on both sides? You might find that one side is bigger than the other or loop sided or anything else. It is actually very simple to make a symmetrical heart shape. Let’s do it now 🙂
Get a piece of paper.
Cut out the shape of half a heart.
There, your symmetrical heart shape. It can never be too ugly no matter what 😛
There’s nothing a mother loves more than a handmade handprint flower bouquet from the little one. This Mother’s Day, let’s get the little tots to do something for us 😛
Mother's Day Handprint Flower Bouquet
Draw your handprint on various colour papers.
Cut them out.
Paste them onto a piece of paper; the handprint being the petals.
Arrange and paste them until they form a flower.
Cut a piece of felt as the stalk and some heart shape as the leaves. Paste them.
Done! A bouquet of handprint flowers for Mommy! Boy, he doesn't look too happy 😛 😀
Your fridge deserved to look good during Easter too. Let’s make an Easter Egg fridge magnet out of foam today 🙂
Easter Foam Egg Fridge Magnet
You'll need multi coloured craft foams and a craft scissors
Cut out an egg and some strips. Paste a double sided tape on each strip.
Paste the strips onto the egg
Trim off the excess strips
Paste a magnet on the back of the egg
Let the little one place it on the fridge to be admired by all 🙂
Posted by Merryn | Posted in Food craft, Party Craft, Shapes | Posted on 26-03-2010 | 5,251 views
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.. Let’s make a star out of an egg today 🙂
We'll need a star shape silicon mould and a non-stick pan.
Break an egg in the middle of the star mould.
Add some water and cover with lid. A couple of minutes is all it takes for the yolk to completely cook. Decorate with sea weeds 🙂
A Crafty-Crafted Friend's submission of refreshing fresh fruit skewers.
Craft submitted by Anney of http://blogniako.blogspot.com/
Anney was planning to arrange the fruit skewers into a terracotta pot but she saw this picket fence planter box and thought it was cute.
She used a floral foam for the base and embellished the planter box with vines and a ladybug.
She used cookie cutters to cut out the shapes.
Pretty.. just too pretty. Use lots of heart shapes for this coming Valentine's Day 🙂
Thank you Anney for sharing this food craft with us. You too can share your craft with us by simply submitting them here and we’ll link it back to you 🙂
Valentine’s Day, love is in the air… Romance is everywhere… As a crafter, all I see is heart shapes everywhere 🙂
Let’s make this lovely cupcake note holder that can also be used as place cards for wedding dinners or anything alike.
Valentine's Cup Cake Note Holder
You'll need some clay, paper cup, fork and crepe paper.
Press some clay onto the paper cup.
Insert a fork in the middle.
Crumple some crepe paper and wrap it around the clay and glue the end.
Using a "Heart" shape punch, punch out several hearts and paste them onto the 'cake'.
Your note holder is done. Insert a nice heart shape card and write some lovely messages on it 🙂
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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. Let’s make a lovely paper heart garland 🙂
Paper Heart Garland
You'll need a long strip of coloured paper.
Cut a heart shape on one end of the strip.
Fold the heart shape and fold the rest of the paper strip.
Once you are done folding, cut along the heart shape. Be careful not to cut on the sides of the heart.
Unfold it and you'll get yourself a lovely paper heart garland 🙂 You may want to use it to decorate your Valentine's Day card, notice board or basically anything! This Valentine's Day.. let the hearts flow 😀
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