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Easy Crafts for Kids: Toilet Paper Roll Bunny

Easy Crafts for Kids : Toilet Paper Roll Bunny

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Easy Crafts for Kids: Toilet Paper Roll Bunny Supplies:

Empty Toilet Paper Roll

Paint or Markers

Cotton Balls

Paper Plate

2 Googly Eyes

1 Pipe Cleaner

1 Pom Pom

Instructions

Paint the Toilet Paper Roll the color of your choice or you can use markers to color it in.

Cut out ears from paper plate–make sure to leave a 2 inch strip at the bottom of the ear to glue on toilet paper roll.

Color middle of ears pink.

Glue Cotton Balls around edges of ears.

While the ears are drying, glue on googly eyes to one side of the toilet paper roll.

Glue the pom-pom for the nose under the eyes.

Clip the pipe cleaner into 4 equal pieces, glue 2 on each side of the nose.

Cut 2 teeth out of remaining paper plate and glue under nose.

Glue ears on the back inside of the toilet paper roll.

 

Now you have completed this Easy Crafts for Kids: Toilet Paper Roll Bunny!

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Easy Crafts for Kids : Paper Plate Easter Bunny

It Doesn’t take long to make this Easy Crafts for Kids :Paper Plate Easter Bunny

easy crafts for kids

To make this Easy Crafts for Kids: Paper Plate Bunny you will need the following supplies:

2 White Paper Plates

Bag of Cotton Balls

2-Googly Eyes

3-Pom Poms

2- Pipe Cleaners

Ribbon

Instructions

Take 1 paper plate and glue cotton balls (2-3 deep depending on the size of your cotton balls).

Take the other paper plate and cut out bunny ears.

Color the ears pink and glue cotton balls along the edges.

Glue the googly eyes at the top of the empty space in the middle of the plate.

Glue the pom-poms making a nose under the eyes.

Cut the Pipe Cleaners in half and glue 2 on each side of the Pom-Pom nose

Draw in the smile/mouth with a marker.

Tie a bow from the ribbon and glue on the bottom of the paper plate.

 

Now you have made a Paper Plate Bunny – the super Easy crafts for kids!!

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March 26, 2013

Spring Break Staycation

Spring Break Staycation Ideas

Spring Break Staycation

Unfortunately, spring break isn’t always filled with trips to a sandy beach, a certain mouse, or the ski slopes. For some of us, it’s about staying home and enjoying the solitude. Well, maybe it’s more about trying to find ways to keep the kids entertained for a whole week at home without losing our sanity or busting the budget!

Here are some ideas that will hopefully put a little spring in your spring break staycation and keep everyone content!Continue reading

March 23, 2013

Easter Centerpiece: Spring Nest $4 Easter Table Decor

Easter Centerpiece

Easter Centerpiece

My table was in much need of some cute, simple Easter Decor, but my wallet told me it also needed to be inexpensive. So, I headed to the dollar store! I was able to put together a cute Easter centerpiece, a spring nest with 4 simple items, a little hot glue and a couple of things I had on hand at home.

Here is what you need:

  • 1 foam wreath
  • 1 package of spanish moss
  • 1 clip-on bird
  • 1 box of mini Robin Eggs Whoppers
  • 1 piece of cardboard
  • Glue gun and glue
  • ribbon ( I raided my ribbon stash!)
  • pretty plate for displaying your wreathContinue reading
March 22, 2013

$5 Easter Centerpiece: Kids Easter Table Decor

Easter Centerpiece

Easter Centerpiece

Holidays will be more fun with some festive decors, but it can be an added expense to your budget. Our tip is for you to plan your project well to be able to stay frugal. I have found that Target and the Dollar Tree provide many ways to decorate creatively for $1 an item. While it adds up, it is certainly easy to give your home some holiday spirit without spending too much.

The decorative centerpiece I created is appropriate for a children’s party or room and it is edible! How fun! I used a set of Easter bunny and carrot lollipops, the remaining Easter grass from my first Easter Centerpiece project, and a blue bucket. All of these items came from the Dollar Tree and totaled $3.

I hope these ideas inspire you to get creative with materials you may already have or are able to purchase cheaply. Spring is almost here and the bright colors will make your home cheery.

Thanks to Krystal B. of Krystal’s Kitsch for this guest post!

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