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As soon as December 1st hits, the kids are in countdown mode for Christmas! With little treats along the way, being patient has it’s rewards. It’s fun to make your own advent calendar and personalize it for your children. We’ve got simple ideas to make advent fun for your family.
No one could be afraid of these adorable handprint spiders! Try them out at home along with some songs and nursery rhymes about spiders, or use them for awesome Halloween decorations.
This craft is not only an individual piñata, but also serves as lovely decoration the day of the party.
Kids love Canada fun, fireworks and enjoying all the events of July 1st! Whether you’re hosting your own party or going to a community celebration, we have decorations and wearable crafts that kids will love to make to show their Canadian pride this year. It’s a great time to talk about the national flag, maple leafs and even what being Canadian is all about.
Has your house been taken over by FIFA World Cup fever? Soccer lovers around the world are celebrating the World Cup in Brazil with parties and decorations cheering on their favourite country’s teams. Here are some fun activities and crafts so the kids can have some World Cup fun too!
Dinosaur month at momstown is full of fun crafts, silly dino snacks and lots of learning about different types of dinosaurs! We love this simple craft to get kids to think about where they dinosaurs would live. Using recycled and natural ingredients can make the perfect dinosaur habitat or diorama.
My kids wanted to make homemade Easter baskets this year, so we looked in the recycling bin to see how creative we could get! Taking a Kleenex box, and simple craft supplies, we made a bunny Easter basket with a carrying strap!
Using supplies you have around the house is not only an inexpensive way to have some crafting fun, but also great to upcycle packaging and products! We love this cute chick craft made from a yellow cup for Easter. Makes a great gift for teachers, grandparents and even friends!
I finally made that wreath for my front door that is perfect for fall and the holidays!
On a walk in the woods with our dog, I found a little fallen tree. I remember seeing a wreath on Pinterest made from wood slices so I asked my husband if we could drag it home with us. So here is what resulted from my find- I’m in love!
momstown loves when we find crafts that work for all ages. Though at first glance this lantern might look tricky, by breaking down the steps and helping little ones with the harder parts, everyone can make a lantern for Chinese New Year!
momstown moms and kids are keeping busy this December by using their imagination to create new Christmas decorations! All it takes is some basic craft supplies and a few toilet rolls to really create something special with your child this year.