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Bunny Ears and Nose Kids Craft

se a paper plate and egg carton to make bunny ears and nose 

My kids always get excited about dressing up, especially when it involves cute animals. With Easter coming up we thought it would be fun to make a simple Bunny craft using items from around the house.

What you Need to Make the Bunny Ears and Nose Kids Craft

  •  egg carton
  • paper plate
  • pink construction paper or card stock
  • pink and/or black paint for bunny nose
  • tape
  • glue
  • elastic string (we used some elastic jewelry thread from one of the kids’ beading sets)
  • plain white paper or card stock for whiskers (not shown)

 

Use a paper plate and egg carton to make bunny ears and nose

How to Make Paper Plate Bunny Ears and Egg Carton Bunny Nose

  1. Gather your supplies and follow the cutting guide from photo 1 above: Cut egg carton to make a small nose. Fold paper plate in half and cut section out for ears.  Cut smaller ear-shapes from pink paper.
  2. Fold ears flaps on paper plate up. Glue pink paper onto paper plate ears. Tape paper plate together to fit the size of your child’s head.
  3. Paint the egg carton noses the color of your choice.
  4. Use sharp point (I used the point of my scissors) to cut small holes on the sides of the noses.  Thread the elastic through the holes and tie the ends so that they don’t come out.  Tape white paper strips on the inside of the nose and fold outward for whiskers (see photo 4 above).

This craft is easy enough for most kids to do on their own with a little help from a grown-up (i.e. tying the elastic).

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15 Simple Kid Knits for New Knitters

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One of the best things that fall brings with it is knitting. I tend to sew a lot, but it was so exciting to break open my knitting bag and get my needles going on some new projects!

Are you new to knitting or looking for some quick knits for your kiddos (or upcoming babies)?

Check out these links for knitting patterns that are simple enough for beginners, but equally useful for the seasoned knitter:

knitting for kids

knitted headband pattern with pom pom from Rust and Sunshine:headband rust and sunshine

slippers in any size from Beatrice Cavicchioli slippers by beatrrice cavicchioli

 

any size beginner hat recipe from The Sheep Shop

beginner hat from sheep shop cambridgeThis hat is knitted flat, so it’s perfect for those who aren’t quite ready for knitting in the round!

 

3 and a half knitted bows from Cornflower Blue Studio:3.5 bows cornflower blue studio

These are so useful! Boys can wear them as bowties, or pair them with the above headband for girls!

knitted treasure bag from Inner Child Crochet

 I love this little bag for keeping tiny treasures that my kids have collected!

knitted doughnuts from I Like Lemons knitted doughnuts i like lemons

In her post she offers her variation, plus a link to the original pattern. The pattern uses an M1 stitch, which might be new for beginners. For a great demonstration of this stitch, see this video.

Child’s play crown from This Cosy Life:thiscosylifeknittedcrown

I made one of these crowns for each of my girls a couple years ago and they still wear them for dress-up! Also, be sure to check out her pattern shop…it’s full of wonderful things to knit!

 

 

ninja toy from Vickie Howell at Craftsy:purple stitch ninja craftsy

*this one is free from Craftsy (part of the Purple Stitch Project), however you will need to sign up for a Craftsy account to access it

 

 

knitting for babies

Simple baby bib patternknitted bib lsmorin

(image is from ellemme, pattern found here)

 

Knitted baby bonnet from Knit and Bakebaby bonnet knit and bake

easy baby booties knitting pattern

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these are wonderfully easy to knit and have so many variations to play with!

 

 

preemie baby hat from Ewe Ewe

preemie baby hat pattern ewe ewe

Striped baby hat from A La Sascha:           simple striped baby hat ala sascha English translation and link to PDF found at the bottom of her post

 

Baby frog legs (legwarmers) pattern from Lauren Dahl: babyfroglegs laurendahl

 

bias baby blanket from JCasa

bias blanket jcasa

  this blanket is knit in 3 colors and is so beautiful in its simplicity

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DIY Masking Tape Roadway

found via fie de meyer on pinterest

I love all of the details in this homemade roadway!  All of it, including the cityscape in the background, was made from colorful masking tape (painter’s tape, washi tape…whatever you choose to call it). I think this idea could work equally well for those without a dedicated play space if you used a rug that could be easily rolled up and put away when not in use.  Check out le Jarden de Juliet for more photos of the project!

35 DIY Halloween Hoodie Costumes

Its amazing what one can make with a simple hoodie!  I’ve rounded up some awesome tutorials, ideas, and insparation for Halloween costumes made from hoodies and sweatsuits…

Animal Hoodie Costumes

 

Monkey hoodie costume tutorial from Craft

monkey from makezine

 

 

Lion hoodie costume instructions from National Geographic Kids
lionhoodiecostume

 

Goldfish hoodie costume tutorial from How to be Jenna

goldfish howtobejenna

 

 

Crab costume from Woman’s Day

crab from womansday

 

No-Sew octopus hoodie costume tutorial on Instructables

octopus from instructables

 

 

Bat costume tutorial from How to be Jenna

bat how to be jenna

Owl hoodie costume from EEma-Le

bird from eema

 

Elephant hoodie costume from Fat Wallet

elephant fatwallet

 

Raven hoodie costume from Martha Stewart

raven martha stewart

 

Bat costume with umbrella wings from Evil Mad Scientist
bat from evil mad scientist

 No-Sew Bumblee hoodie costume from Dollar Store Crafts

bumblebee from dollarstorecrafts

 

Owl hoodie costume with mask template from Pure Joy Events
owl from purjoyevents

 

 

Shark hoodie from Lisa Storms at Friskars

shark from lisa storms

 Unicorn hoodie costume tutorial from Deanna’s Stuff
unicorn from deannasstuff


Little lamb costume instructions from Parents Magazine

little lamb parentsmag

Spider hoodie costume instructions from Reader’s Digest

spider costume readers digest

Freezer paper skeleton from Instructables

skeleton from instructables

Fairytales and Fantasy Hoodie Costumes

 

Knights costume from Mer Mag

knits from mermag

 

Little Red Riding Hood and Wolf hoodie costumes from Martha Stewart

little red riding hood and wolf martha stewart

 

Dinosaur hoodie costume tutorial from How to be Jenna

dinosaur from howtobejenna

 

 

Dinosaur hoodie costume tutorial from The ME in Mommydinosaur themeinmommy

Monster hoodie tutorial from Lisa Storms at Friskars
monster friskars

 

 Frog Price and Princess hoodie costumes from Martha Stewart

frogprince and princess from martha stewart

Character Hoodie Costumes

 

 Foofa costume from Hey Jen Renee

Wow Wow Wubbzy costume at Bob Boyle
wubbzy bobboyle


Angelina Ballerina hoodie costume from Sweet B

angelinaballerina from sweetb

 

Angry Birds hoodie costume tutorial at Instructablesangrybirds instructables


DJ Lance Rock costume tutorial from Johnny in a Dress
dj lance from johnnyinadress

Elmo hoodie costume from Fat Walletelmo from fatwallet

Max from Where the Wild Things Are hoodie costume from Missmaxwildthings from miss

Minions costume at Coolest Homemade Costumes

minions coolesthomemade

Perry the Platypus hoodie costume tutorial from Dabbledperryplatypus from dabbled

R2D2 hoodie costume at Fashionably Geeky
r2d2 fashionablygeek