Munchkins and Mayhem

Munchkins & Mayhem

A Kids Crafts Blog

Friday, January 8, 2016

Yarn Snowmen

White yarn is rolled up into increasing sizes snowballs to make a snowman with better homes and gardens.  They then add wire arms, a knitted scarf and sew on eyes and mouth.

Good for ages 10 and up.

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Thursday, January 7, 2016

Tea Light Snowmen

An electric tea light is dressed up with a scrapbooking paper hat and scarf.  Eyes and a mouth are drawn on with marker and the light makes the nose.  Maryann jenkins shares the details.

Good for ages  6 and up.

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Wednesday, January 6, 2016

String Cheese Snowmen

String cheese is dressed up as snowmen using markers to draw on face and buttons, ribbons and felt hats.  Nobiggie shares the details.

Good for ages 5 and up.

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Tuesday, January 5, 2016

A Flock of Paper Birds

No time for flash cards cuts out bird shapes from scrapbooking paper and adds folded paper wings.

Good for ages 4 and up.

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Domestic goddesque uses cup cake liners to make her birds.

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All kids network folds a brown paper in half and give them a red tummy to make a robin.

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Spoonful curls up the paper to make the birds three dimensional.

Spoonful uses bent paper clips to give them legs and feet.

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Helen hopcroft puts hers on sticks and uses outside as garden decor.

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Monday, January 4, 2016

Family Mittens

A cute twist on family hand prints, cut out paper mittens from scrapbooking paper in each of the family hand sizes and glue them one on top of each other to make a winter family montage with cindy derosier.

Good for ages 1 and up.

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Sunday, January 3, 2016

Plastic Spoon Snowmen

A white plastic spoon makes a perfect canvas for a fun snowman.  Add on a black paper or felt hat, orange triangle nose and draw on eyes and a mouth.  Activity village shares the details.

Good for ages 5 and up.

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Saturday, January 2, 2016

Ice Lanterns

Empty cans are filled with water and left outside just until the bottom and sides freeze to make nifty ice lanterns with kix cereal.  Next, they wait for nighttime and place a glow stick underneath for a beautiful winter luminary.

Good for ages 2 and up.

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Willowday freezes the water in balloons  and uses electric tea lights.

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