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Tuto sac gourde recyclage « Créa de R'Eve. Il y a quelques temps, je vous avais présenté un sac réalisé à l’aide de gourde de compotes on m’a demandé un tuto pour le faire, donc aujourd’hui je vous le propose (car ce sac n’est pas une idée de moi, je l’ai vu sur le net, mais je n’avais pas trouvé de tuto pour le réaliser, mais c’est assez simple) Tout d’abord, il faut nettoyer et bien sécher les compotes, puis couper le haut des gourdesEnsuite, on va coudre des lignes de gourdes de compotes, au point zig zig Voilà ce que ça donne avec un point zig-zag on va donc obtenir une ligne (adaptez selon la largeur souhaité du sac), et le nombre de lignes selon la hauteur du sac souhaité, ici, je réalise un petit sac pour y mettre le gouter pour la sortie de l’école, donc j’ai fait des lignes de 3 gourdes, et je vais faire 3 ou 4 lignes de hauteur: on va ensuite coudre les lignes ensemble Ensuite, on va faire le fond et les coté: une ligne pour le fond, et une colonne de gourde pour les cotés,

10+ Christmas Themed Popsicle Stick Crafts for Kids. Here’s over 10 Christmas themed popsicle crafts for kids! You’ll find cute homemade ornaments, creative puzzle ideas, and more in this collection full of Christmas inspiration! (This post contains affiliate links.) Are you following our Christmas for Kids and Family Pinterest board? Popsicle sticks are always one of our go-to craft supplies. They’re inexpensive, perfect for little hands to use, and come in a variety of shapes, colors, and sizes. When searching for some Christmas-inspired crafts using popsicle sticks, I came across all kinds of creative ideas from some wonderful kid bloggers and couldn’t wait to share them with you. (Be sure to also check out one of our most popular craft for kids posts: Over 30 Ways to Play, Learn, and Create with Popsicle Sticks.)

Craft Stick Snowman Ornaments from Happy Hooligans Craft Stick Christmas Puzzles from Fireflies and Mud Pies Craft Stick Christmas Tree Ornaments from Hands On As We Grow Craft Stick Stars from Powerful Mothering. Bat hairpins. DIY Salt Votives...Adding Warmth And Sparkle To Your Home! DIY Salt Votives...Adding Warmth And Sparkle To Your Home! Make Your Own Canvas Portrait! Cut + fold paper stars. By Kate on December 19, 2013 This post is sponsored by The Loctite Repair Network I love these stars. I wanted to do a cut-and-fold version of origami lucky stars. You can make them in different sizes and you can hang them on yours Christmas tree or make a garland from them. I also saw some similar stars being used as gift boxes. They look great alongside all the other paper decorations I’ve been making lately. If you fancy having a go you will find the templates and instructions at the foot of the post as usual. I hope all your Christmas plans are coming along well.

YOU WILL NEED: - – – – – – – – – – + Good quality A4 paper (in whatever colours you fancy) + Scissors + Ruler + Loctite All Purpose Adhesive 20ml + Thread + Sticky tape 1. 2. 3. 4 & 5. 6. Handy hint: You can also use Loctite Power Easy as an alternative to the All Purpose glue. 7. 8. 12 Amazing Engineering Projects for Kids |Planet Smarty Pants. I am joining my friends from Kid Blogger Network in a round up of topics interesting for parents and caregivers looking for fun activities to do with their kids. Since my 7 year old is very convinced that she will become an engineer, specifically, a mechanical engineer, I want to share 12 amazing engineering projects for kids from the blogosphere including, of course, ideas from this blog.

Disclosure: I am an Amazon associate, and this post contains Amazon affiliate links. For full disclosure, please click here, and thank you for supporting my blog! 1. Build a toy parachute You can treat this project as an engineering challenge or follow an excellent toy parachute tutorial from Zakka Life. And check out this terrific round up of crafts that fly from The Pleasantest Thing. 2. Cardboard is a cheap and easily available material for young engineers. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Future engineers need to understand forces of nature. 8. … Build a Propeller-Powered Car… 9. … Or Build an Egg Racer Car 10. 11. 12. DIY teacher gifts. 4 Easy Ways to Build Your Child's Self Esteem with Your Words. Paper Snowman Luminaries in 3 Minutes. Here’s a super duper fast project the kids and you will love. The best part is you don’t have to run to the store for anything and you’ll have these snowman luminaries made in a matter of minutes! If you have some plain paper, a marker and a piece of tape, you can make these luminaries in literally a few minutes!

No fancy crafting supplies needed, just an LED tea light to illuminate them. Perfect for the holiday table, great as a night light, or for adding a little holiday cheer to the room. Paper Snowman Luminaries in 3 Minutes What you need: 1 sheet of white copy/printer paper Black and orange markers, crayons or colored pencils Tape Scissors LED tea light candle What you do: You can use plain printer or copy paper, or if you have drawing paper or construction paper, that works too! Notes from Amanda Push the LED tea light to the front of the luminary so that it's just about touching the paper. 26 Incredibly Meaningful Gifts You Can Give Your Kids. Five Playful Ways to Work on Listening and Following Directions. Science for Kids: Chromatography Butterfly Craft.

Looking for some spring themed science for kids? You’ll definitely want to explore chromatography using coffee filters and markers. The results from this science experiment can even be used to create a colorful butterfly craft for kids! Follow our Science for Kids Pinterest board! Most kids are used to mixing colors with paints or play dough, but have your children had the chance to try separating color mixtures? In this science experiment for kids we’ll be exploring chromatography (separating mixtures). We’ll use coffee filters to separate the various pigments in markers to see how each color was created! (This post contains affiliate links.) Materials for Science Experiment & Butterfly Craft Non permanent markers (Over the years I’ve found Mr. Procedure to Chromatography Science Experiment 1. 3. 5. 6. . … and just about done! 7. 8. Directions for Using Coffee Filters to Make the Butterfly Craft 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Question to Spark More Curiosity & Critical Thinking What colors do you see?

Leaf Identification Cards {free printable!} - Wildflower Ramblings. Christmas Coloring Pages. Felt Board Craft: 4 Seasons Felt Board. This felt board craft is not only fun, is can be used any time of the year, not just for holidays. Help your little ones learn about the changing of the seasons through play and discovery. Using this felt board craft, you can keep the background the same and change out the environment to reflect the weather during different parts of the year.

This project is great for anyone, no matter where you live. If you are in a warm climate where snow never falls, simply adjust the foliage and plant life pieces that you create to reflect that. If snow is a common occurrence for you and you don’t reach balmy temperatures, even in the middle of summer, simply adjust your accessories to account for that. Make this felt board to coincide with your seasons! Start out with a piece of cardboard. Cut out pieces for the trees and flowers, rain and snow, apples and blossoms, you get the idea.

There’s a printable supply list and instructions below for this fun felt board craft! More Felt Board Crafts. 26 Incredibly Meaningful Gifts You Can Give Your Kids. 21 Kid Activities for Holiday Gatherings - Sports Mom Survival Guide. The holidays are approaching quickly! I absolutely love this time of year with all the family and friend gatherings that surround each season. Kids play a big part in each get-together but they don’t necessarily enjoy spending time with the adults…AND if we are completely honest most of us adults prefer when the kids are playing together nicely by themselves. So we have come up 21 Kid Activities for Holiday Gatherings : 1. Lego Station Most kids love to create. Get out the Legos and let them have fun. 2. Here’s a recipe for homemade play-dough. 3. Check out these pre-made scavenger hunts for most holidays. 4. Use things you already have to set up a tournament. 5.

The dollar store is a great place to find inexpensive crafts. 6. Here are some free bingo printables. 7. A large puzzle is a great way to spend time together as a family. 8. Here’s a great list of paper games like dots and squares, and hangman. 9. Set up an area for the kids to make videos using a phone or tablet. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Melting Ice Science Experiment with Salt & Liquid Watercolors. Color Surprise Eruptions. Directions: The set up was SO simple for this. I love simple activities! I put one large color tab into three of the containers. The tabs come in red, blue and yellow. To create other colors I put two small tabs of two different colors in the remaining containers. Then I covered the color tabs with a spoonful of baking soda. A little baking soda really goes a long way. If you don't have color tabs, food coloring or liquid watercolors can easily be substituted. Peanut (26 months) saw me carrying the containers outside to the toddler table, and he threw down the trains he was playing with and chased me outside. He didn't need any instructions.

He said ooh and ahh and continued to squirt, asking me to fill up the bottles each time they ran out. As you can see, the eruptions spilled over onto the table. After squirting the vinegar and making the baking soda overflow again and again (like I mentioned a little goes a long way) Peanut started mixing the liquids to make even more colors. 10 Awesome Candy Experiments for Kids. We’ve been on quite a candy experiment kick lately! I mean, who doesn’t love taking your favorite candy (or left over treats from Halloween) and turning them into learning fun?

That’s why I thought it would be really fun to gather this list of awesome candy experiments for kids! 10 Awesome Candy Experiments for Kids Edible Rock Cycle with Starbursts Sink or Float with Candy Bars Dissolving Chemistry Experiment with Peeps Predicting and Graphing with Tootsie Roll Pops Dissolving Chemistry Experiment with Candy Pumpkins Candy Potions with Skittles and Licorice STEM Challenge with Candy Pumpkins Density Jars with Skittles Magic Ghosts with Pop Rocks Disappearing M’s with M&M Candy And just to add a tad bit of entertainment, I have to add our favorite commercial we found while watching videos the other day on YouTube. More Candy Experiments for Kids A Massive Library of Candy Experiments | Candy Experiments.com Candy Chemistry Experiments | Steve Spangler Candy Activities for Kids | Learn Play Imagine. Cling Film Art - Craft Ideas for Kids. What you need to make Cling Film Art: Card Paint – Various Colours Cling Film Cling Film Art Start by squirting dollops of paint in various directions, colours and amounts onto card.

This is a great opportunity for your crafty kid to work those fine motor skills by…. Applying different amounts of pressure to the bottles to control the flow of paint.Co-ordinating the amount of paint with movement across the card. Next, loosely wrap the card in cling film, carefully resting it over the paint. Now for the really fun bit! Using two hands, begin spreading the paint. Olivia’s initial reaction was priceless: she couldn’t quite understand why her hands weren’t covered in paint! Once over the initial surprise, she couldn’t stop laughing as she spread the paint, merging the colours, feeling and smoothing out the funny lumps and bumps. Olivia quickly asked to do “more, more, more”… Thankfully we have a good supply of paint and card!

We used ours to create this simple yet effective flower picture… Coloring Pages Archives. J'Ai D'Abord Cru Qu'Ils Étaient Dans Une Piscine Puis J'Ai Mieux Regardé. Waouh! Moi qui ai connu une pléthore d'étés, je pensais avoir tout vu en terme de moyens de rester au frais pendant les mois les plus chauds. Mais la brillante maman / blogueuse / inventeuse de génie Leisha, du site homemadetoast.com, a créé quelque chose de tellement extraordinaire que l'enfant en moi hurle de toutes ses forces pour en avoir un.

Mesdames et messieurs, je vous présente... le Blob à eau. Uploading... Apparemment, ces coussins aquatiques distributeurs de joie sont la dernière tendance chez les parents bricoleurs qui cherchent un moyen d'occuper leurs enfants pendant les grandes vacances. La plupart des guides pratiques vous diront que le chatterton est l'outil idéal pour fabriquer votre propre coussin à eau. Mais Leisha a trouvé un moyen génial pour sceller le liquide en n'utilisant quasiment pas de chatterton. Vous n'aurez besoin que de quelques articles ménagers peu onéreux pour que votre rêve de Blob à eau devienne réalité! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Waouh. Fall Nature Scavenger Hunt with Free Printable. River Bliss: Homemade Holiday Traditions, Part 2: The Gift of Light. My husband is fond of remarking that our home is like Santa's workshop at this time of year.

We are an artsy bunch year-round, but I've always been a big fan of homemade holiday gifts, making December a busy time in an elfin manner of speaking here on the riverside. It began of necessity when I was staying home with my children and had more time than money, but I have held onto this tradition because it is so gratifying. I especially enjoy making lanterns. There are so many great metaphors around candles and light: lighting a candle rather than cursing the darkness, letting your light shine, a single candle lighting a thousand more, etc. This year, I decided to try my hand at making beeswax balloon lanterns, which I hadn't done in a good ten years. This year, I experimented with hearts cut from pressed autumn leaves and embellished by drilling some holes along the top.

I love the creative process! © Susan Meyer and River Bliss, 2012-2013. Wood Slices + Sanders. During the wedding planning for my brother's wedding, one thing that the lovebirds knew that they wanted were slices of wood for their centerpiece. Unfortunately - finding slices of wood locally proved to be impossible. Although we found them on Etsy they were pretty expensive to ship to Canada. I kept racking my brain trying to figure out how we could do our own. It wasn't until I was at our cottage - a few weeks before the wedding that it hit me - We have a TON of wood stumps on our property and all I needed was someone to slice them. (It seems obvious I know, but really it was the slicing part that was stumping* me) The "ah-ha" moment was the realization that a man who works at one of my favourite cottage antique spots always was wood working outside the shop, and it hit me that if anyone knew how to slice the stumps, he would.

Meet Andy. :) A few bucks later, my car was full of slabs. I have a little mouse sander but it wasn't working as much as I'd like it on these. Glue Resist Art Project for Kids. You know how much children like to squeeze glue bottles? Well, here’s a glue resist art project for kids that gives them the opportunity to squeeze out glue to their hearts content. And then to paint the whole thing once the glue has dried. We did this with Halloween themes, just ’cause Halloween is around the corner, but you could do it with any image or theme, even completely abstract.

Note :: This post includes affiliate links which means that if you purchase an item from one of the links in the post below, I will receive a small commission for the sale at no added cost to you. Watercolor paper or card stock (sometimes I cut down a piece of poster board into 6 or so pieces to use)Bottle of white glue, such as Elmer’sWatercolor paint (we used this watercolor paint set this time but you could also use liquid watercolor paints 1.

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