Directed Owl Drawing
If you’ve been following The Little Archives on social media at all, you’ll have seen that I’ve been a little bit obsessed with this directed owl drawing project. Last week I taught a version of this project to my son’s Kindergarten class and the results were fantastic. Continue reading Directed Owl Drawing
Holiday Sugar Cookies Decorating Tips and Tricks
I totally planned on posting my holiday sugar cookies decorating tips and tricks before Halloween, but I totally forgot about it and well…it’s now November 4th.
Oh well, it’s better late than never and even though I make sugar cookies every year at Halloween for Cruz’s birthday, these tips and tricks will take you through the entire holiday season.
Stencil Art and Craft
We hope you’ve enjoyed our month of monster arts and crafts! It’s hard to believe that Halloween is only a few sleeps away and that the craft stores are already heavy into Christmas mode!
Halloween Art Projects For Elementary
It’s that time of year where ghost and ghouls are all the rage, oh and let’s not forget about monsters too! If you are a teacher or homeschooler, this is definitely a lesson to pin to your Halloween Art Projects for Elementary Pinterest board. Continue reading Halloween Art Projects For Elementary-Mix & Match Monsters
The Best Children’s Halloween Art Project
This project is hands down the best children’s Halloween art project ever. Polymer clay is one of my favorite mediums to work with. I think the reason I love it so much, is that you can continue to re-work it over and over again until you have it just the way you like it. For this reason, it’s especially great for families who are just getting started on their art journey together, because you really can’t make any mistakes which make for a laid-back and fun afternoon of creating together.
Our Top 5 Kids Arts and Crafts Projects
On today’s blog post we’ve put together a round up of our top 5 kids arts and crafts projects.
If you’re at all like me, you love doing creative projects with your kids at home, but you either hate or don’t know how to:
A. Pick out and plan a cool art project that they’ll enjoy doing or
B. Go to the craft store with your kids in tow, to get the supplies (that you’ll end up spending way too much money on and never using again)