Munchkins and Mayhem

Munchkins & Mayhem

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Showing posts with label sponge. Show all posts
Showing posts with label sponge. Show all posts

Friday, August 28, 2015

Sponge Kitty Cat

A yellow sponge is turned into a kitty cat by cutting it into a circle for the face and giving it cut out ears as well.  Next maijos joy adds a felt and button nose and button eyes to complete the look.

Good for ages 6 and up.

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Sunday, October 19, 2014

Sponge Print Ghosts

A sponge cut to look like a ghost makes a super fun Halloween craft for the preschool set.  Family education has the kids dip the sponge in white paint and then start stamping black construction paper.  She then adds googly eyes to make them look more ghostly. 

Good for ages 2 and up.

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Sunday, August 31, 2014

Sponge Painting

Give kids another way to paint by using sponges.  Kids will love the squishy feel and the new texture and patterns.  Scrumdilly do shares all of the details.

Good for ages 2 and up.

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Saturday, August 16, 2014

Sponge Blocks

Cut colorful sponges into various shapes of rectangles, triangles, quadrangles and more to make sponge blocks with inner child fun.  Kids can also test them when wet to see how well they hold up.

Good for ages 8 and up.

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Monday, August 4, 2014

Mess Free Butterflies

A colorful sponge makes the wings for these pretty butterflies, while a pipe cleaner shapes them, adds the body and antennae.  The craft train then adds sparkly stickers and even magnets to beautify her refrigerator.

Good for ages 3 and up.

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Sunday, January 1, 2012

Make Your Own Bath Sponges

Martha Stewart has a great idea for pop-up sponges, but unfortunately doesn't provide a template. Luckily there's a ton of stencil sites with templates online. You can also have kids create and cut their own designs using flat sponge material.

ABC stencils here:

Crafts by mommy has a fun way to re-purpose colorful kitchen sponges, simply cut the sponge into strips and tie together with dental floss.

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Passion for savings has the kids use the sponges for a gun game of Bozo Buckets.

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Mom endeavors uses different textured sponges.

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Cheryl style makes a game for the sponge balls with frisbees by having the kids throw them into the frisbees to earn points.

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