I love to inspire you guys to be more creative in your everyday life. In this inspirational post I am sharing a whole long list of youtube videos and links to articles, blog posts and fun stuff (free printable, gif … Continue reading ? The post Penmanship & Handwriting | Inspiration en masse appeared first on iHanna's Blog written by Hanna Andersson.
We’re having fun being scientists as we make a glitter tornado craft. My daughter loves to wear anything that makes her work more efficiently, so we grabbed a pair of goggles, our science notebook, and got to work on a... Continue Reading ? The post Make a Glitter Test Tube Tornado appeared first on Make and Takes.
Raise of hands, who likes vintage Vespa scooters? I personally have always found them charming. Perhaps it’s because I associate them with Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday. So when Dessy recommended a Vespa for an origami paper print, I was on board. Since the Vespa print is larger than usual, I made the origami paper […]
It’s time for a little fun and imagination as my girls pretend play with their new superhero capes! This DIY tutorial is “super” quick and easy to make, helping your little ones get their superhero powers in no time. For today’s superhero tutorial,... Continue Reading ? The post Make a No-Sew Superhero Cape for Reading Powers! appeared first on Make and Takes.
We are nearing the end of yet another month, and it has been my favorite month so far this year. As the month closes I’m reminded of a few things on my blogging radar that I want to work on … Continue reading ? The post Starting some Awesome monthly Link Love | Inspiration en masse appeared first on iHanna's Blog.
I’m super excited about the fact that I’m one of the teachers at the online Art Journal Workshop 21 SECRETS Fall 2015. I will show you how to find cheap materials and make a super fun Art Journal collage in … Continue reading ? The post 21 Secrets Art Journal Workshop Early Bird Special appeared first on iHanna's Blog.
Hi everyone! Sorry there’s no origami printable this week. It’s been a very busy month for me. I just returned back from LA. It’s the second time I’ve driven there in two weeks! Instead of posting all my trips and activities on Zakka Life, I’ve been posting on Instagram. Pictured above is a recent photo […]
If you’re like us, craft supplies are just about everywhere in the house. We have loads of pipe cleaners, googly eyes, and stickers in several different drawers all around. It’s time to get organized. We don’t want one lone pom pom... Continue Reading ? The post Organizing Kids Craft Supplies appeared first on Make and Takes.
Our family is heading to Disney World in just a couple weeks for the Disney Social Media Celebration conference, eeeeek! We are all beyond excited! We’ve visited Disneyland a few times as a family, but never Disney World in Florida. We... Continue Reading ? The post Disney World Paper Chain Countdown appeared first on Make and Takes.
The family-friendly movie Big Hero 6 has been one of our favorite to watch, over and over again! I may or may not have cried during the movie :) Baymax, the robot healthcare companion, is the most lovable character Disney... Continue Reading ? The post Big Hero 6 Birthday Party Ideas appeared first on Make and Takes.
Can I let you in on a little secret? I’m a very frugal person. And because of my frugality, I was inspired to make this embellished phone case. At first I started looking into custom printed cases but quickly decided I didn’t want to spend thirty dollars. My original plan was to make a case […]
I’m thrilled to showcase a new yarn arts website I stumbled upon called KidKnits. I recently saw KidKnits linked from Classic Play and fell in love! The founder Ellie, and 8th grade girl, is so inspiring. It’s amazing to see that you... Continue Reading ? The post KidKnits – Kits Helping Change the World appeared first on Make and Takes.
We have another fun and festive craft idea to make for your next Halloween party! Whether you’re hosting something at your home with family and friends or you’re helping with the arts and crafts for your child’s school, these masks are... Continue Reading ? The post Make Halloween Masks for a Party appeared first on Make and Takes.
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For today’s Crochet-A-Day series post, I have the lovely Olivia of Hopeful Honey sharing a fun and fancy Crochet Scalloped Headband. It’s the perfect accessory to whip up in a day! Guest post by Olivia of Hopeful Honey Supplies for Crochet Scalloped Headband: 5.00mm Crochet Hook (size H) 50g 8ply Yarn Scissors Tapestry/Wool Needle Finished Size This headband fits […]
Have you seen the movie Frozen yet? It’s our favorite. Josh Gad could not be more perfect for this roll as the goofy lovable snowman. ”The hot and the cold are both so intense, put ‘em together it just makes sense!“ I think we watched this clip below for the song In Summer about 100 times […]
I’m happy to announce a winner for the FREE BIRDS giveaway for a Free Birds iPad Mini (Silver, WiFi, 16GB) Free Birds Backpack Crayons Turkey Hat & Light Up Chick! Congrats to Sara D. for winning this fun prize pack! We’ll reach out to you to receive your winnings. Thanks to all who […]
We’re already looking forward to the next fall holiday and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. To help us celebrate, I’ve partnered with the upcoming movie FREE BIRDS, to bring a clever new way to create a hand turkey to craft at the Thanksgiving kids table. (In fact, I think these birds are hoping the only […]
You know my love of crochet, I’ve been sharing a lot of my latest projects over at Instagram. But I’ve recently been wanting to crochet with fabric or old t-shirts. So when I went online to find some video tutorials, I came up with a few fabulous ones and have now made my own yarn […]
Dear knitters, crocheters, and fiber artists: We’re planning on yarn bombing a big yellow sculpture at the Springfield Art Museum on Oct. 19-20. It’s sort of like making a really big patchwork sweater for something 30-feet tall, 65-feet wide, and with seven arms. How do you do that? And the answer is — with help […]