Munchkins and Mayhem

Munchkins & Mayhem

A Kids Crafts Blog

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Leaf Prints


Clear gelatin and ink are poured onto a sheet pan to make the base of the ink print.  Next leafs are pressed onto the pan and let set.  Next a piece of paper is pressed down to make the print with tree house kid and craft.

Good for ages 4 and up.

Get the instructions here:
http://treehousekidandcraft-blog.com/diy/making-gelatin-leaf-prints/

Yarn Stick Teepees


Large sticks are wrapped in colorful yarn and tied together at the top to make a teepee structure.  Natalie miller design shares the details.

Good for ages 5 and up.

Get the instructions here:
http://www.nataliemillerdesign.com/2013/11/yarn-bomb-tee-pee.html

Spin Art Butterflies


Splotches of paint are placed into a salad spinner and spun around to make a unique painting.  After the paint dries a butterfly is cut out of the paper and a twig is placed in the middle with make it your own.

Good for ages 4 and up.

Get the instructions here:
http://make-it-your-own.com/nature-finds-butterflies/

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Mosaic Flower Pots


Colorful clay is wrapped around a terra cotta pot with garden glass stones pressed into the clay to make a unique mosaic.  The muddy princess shares the details.

Good for ages 3 and up.

Get the instructions here:
http://themuddyprincess.blogspot.com/2011/05/mosaic-flower-pots.html

Plastic Lid Ladybugs


Colorful plastic lids are painted with black spots and half circle faces and then given googly eyes and placed throughout the garden with crafts by amanda.

Good for ages 4 and up.

Get the instructions here:
http://craftsbyamanda.com/plastic-lid-ladybugs/

Liquid Sidewalk Chalk


For a really simple and fun activity mix water, cornstarch and food coloring to make a diy sidewalk paint.  Steph jacobsen fills up a muffin tin to hold the paint and sends the kids outdoor with a thick paint brush.

Good for ages 2 and up.

Get the instructions here:
http://stephjacobson.blogspot.com/2011/05/sidewalk-paint.html

Monday, July 27, 2015

Tie Dye Ice Pops



Regular colored ice pops are broken into pieces and then put into glasses in random order to make a tie-died version with the party animal blog.

Good for ages 2 and up.

Get the instructions here:
http://www.thepartyanimal-blog.org/tie-dye-ice-pops/
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