I love Christmas so much, I really enjoyed making these seasonal greeting cards for the kids at work.
Friday, December 6, 2013
Sunday, September 22, 2013
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Here are a couple more greeting cards I just made. I couldn't help myself, I love Snoopy and the whole gang! :)
Click to enlarge, right-click to save, print, and decorate.
Print out these fun wristbands on cardstock paper and then decorate! Cut out each one on the dotted lines. Attach the ends together with either a staple, tape, glue, or Velcro. I find that Velcro is the best because it's easier to put on and remove. Each band has been left blank on one end because this area will be used to put it together.
If you'd like to customize your own wristbands, you may also choose to use the blank template below. Enjoy :)
Click to enlarge, right-click to save, then print.
Tuesday, September 17, 2013
These printable cards are great for kids. Just click on the image, right-click to save, and print out. Have them color and decorate the card, fold it in half on the line, and write a note inside.
Monday, September 16, 2013
I wanted to share some activity sheets I created with everyone. There are word searches: Despicable Me, Nintendo Characters, Nintendo Video Games, Pokémon, Rise of the Guardians, SpongeBob, and Wreck It Ralph. I'm also sharing a couple of Disney crossword puzzles and a word scramble, and some Disney and SpongeBob themed math worksheets.
I enjoy creating word searches and other activity sheets with themes that will get kids more excited about doing them because they really are great for keeping the brain sharp. :) For personal use only please!
Click on the image, right-click to save, and enjoy. :)
Crossword Puzzle & Word Scramble
Specific requests for word searches, crossword puzzles, or word scrambles are more than welcome. :)
This craft reminds me of the book "The Rainbow Fish." :)
How to make it:
1. Click on the template, right-click to save, print out.
2. Color and decorate with markers, crayons, or colored pencil.
3. Cut out scales from aluminum foil and glue on wherever you feel fits.
4. Cut out strips of colorful tissue paper and glue onto the back of the fish.
5. Punch two holes in the front of the fish on the mouth.
6. Attach each edge of a piece of string (the length is up to you) to each of the holes.
Sunday, September 15, 2013
Design your own board game using this template I created. Just print it out, decorate it, and give it a name. There is also a game piece and dice template available that I didn't create, but found online.
To print, just click on the image and right-click to save.
I wanted to get the kids at work more excited about craft time, so I decided to create masks of things they love. I drew Angry Birds characters for the boys and Sanrio Characters for the girls.
Print them out on cardstock paper, color and decorate, then cut them out (use an X-Acto knife for the eye holes), punch holes, and tie some string.
To print out the templates, just click on the image to enlarge it, right-click to save, and print. Hope you enjoy! Personal use only please; don't steal my designs. Thanks :)
Feel free to request a specific character and I'll try my best.
Create your own cutie pie cupcakes with this template I drew. Just click on the image below, right-click to save, and print it out. Decorate the two cupcakes with markers/crayons/colored pencils and then cut them out. Best to use cardstock, but if you don't have that available you can glue them to construction paper. Glitter is also optional. Eat up!
How to make it:
1. Line up 10 craft popsicle sticks side by side so they're all even with each other.
2. Carefully add a strip of tape down each side so that they're secure and won't fall apart.
3. Turn them over and draw a picture or design, making sure that no popsicle sticks are left blank.
4. Remove the tape and mix them up.
5. Have fun piecing your puzzle back together!