Tag: kids art

Recycled Bottle Cap Toys

We have been saving plastic bottle caps or plastic lids for quite some time. I have a ton of ideas for making art projects with them. My grandsons, Zane and Case spent the afternoon with me so we decided to use some of the caps and lids and plastic things to create some toy trucks.

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Unconventional Wreath Challenge

http://www.youtube.com/watch #thrifted #craft #goodwill #granddaughters #wreath Got together with two of my granddaughter’s Alexa and Zayda to create Unconventional Wreaths from items they found at the thrift store. This was so much fun. We hope you enjoy this video. And we hope it inspires you to create something unconventional! Please hit that subscribe button on

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Conversations with Case & Wren (while painting pumpkins)

http://www.youtube.com/watch Spent some time today with Case who is 4 and Wren who is 3 painting some pumpkins and having awesome conversations! Let’s just say they like red and pink and princesses and Superman. They are so cute together. Check out our video on YouTube. The link is above. So fun!!! Until next time…… Creatively

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Kid Craft

Had 2 of my grandchildren over for the afternoon and helped them create this adorable Halloween craft using their feet, some paint, heavy stock art paper, a sponge paint brush and a black marker.  They loved having the bottom of their feet painted orange – they said it tickled! Found this idea on Pinterest from

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Easy Rainy Day Fun with the Kids- Magic Paper Art

Magic Paper Art Saw this on Facebook and wanted the grand-kids to give it a try.  Watch the video for our version of Magic Paper adapted from the Facebook post by BabyFirstTV Here is the link to their page   BabyFirstTV   Try this with your kids or grand-kids and would love to see your creations!!

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Plastic Bottle Cap Art reCycle reUse 

Rainy afternoons are great for crafting especially when you utilize everyday objects to create a masterpiece! My stash of bottle caps along with some plastic frames, thick tacky glue and pretty paper sent my Grandchildren  Zane, Alexa and Amya on their way to tapping into their creative side . Steps: Take glass out of frame

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