Friday, March 25, 2011

Simply Link {Party} & Wooden Spoon Puppets {Kid Craft}


If you haven't noticed, I've been a bit "kid craft" obsessed this week!  I hope you haven't minded the diversion...it's been pretty fun!  I have one more Kid Craft to share with you this week: Wooden Spoon Fairies!


But before that, in case you missed anything, here's what we did this week: 
  
Marshmallow and Peanut Butter Playdough

Butterfly Up-Cycled Crayons

DIY Shimmery Puffy Paint
To make your Wooden Spoon Puppets (we made fairies, but you can make monsters, pirates, princesses...whatever your children want to make!), gather some wooden spoons (you can get multi-packs at the dollar store) and any other crafting goodies you have lying around:


Then let your kids have fun creating!  There are really no rules...we just had fun creating together!



And a great part about this craft is that after you are done making these puppets, your children can play with them or even put on a puppet show for you! 


Now...it's time for my weekly Simply Link {Party}!  I can't wait to see your creations!



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12 comments:

  1. Ashley,....... those puppets are the cutest thing. So much fun!! Love this.. You are so smart and Creative

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  2. What a wonderful selection of kiddie friendly crafts, thank you for sharing these! I just wish my two didn't look at everything as either food or a drum stick!!

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  3. this is a great kid project. Very creative. Cheers

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  4. I love your kid crafts!!! They are so fun and adorable :)

    Belly B
    http://www.papertiaras.com

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  5. Stopping by from Boost your Blog Friday and so glad I found you! Now following - can't wait to see more of your creations.....
    Susan

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  6. Oh, those are gorgeous. My daughter used to love decorating wooden spoons. I have a 5 year old niece and I think she would really enjoy doing this. I'm going to buy some. Thanks for the inspiration. Have a great weekend.

    CJ xx

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  7. I bet little kids love making those, they look fun!! Thanks for hosting a link party!! Have a great Friday!!

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  8. This is a FABULOUS idea...think I'll use this at my daughter's next b-day party.

    Jessica

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  9. those look SO fun! thanks for the cute tute!
    and also for hosting ;)
    xo- lollyjane

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  10. Adorable blog!
    I'm following from the blog hop.
    I'd love a follow back at
    www.mikaspantry.blogspot.com
    Thanks!
    Mika

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  11. I saw your blog on Design it Chic's "Boost My Blog Friday" and now I'm a new follower! Looks like you have oodles of creative ideas! :-)

    http://educatorssoliloquy.blogspot.com/

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  12. I'm your newest follower :D

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