Thursday, 27 November 2014

Wooden animal magnet

Use your creativity to decorate the unfinished pre-cut wooden animal magnet.

What you need:

1. precut animal magnet
2. colour
3. varnish 
4. glue
5. stickers (optional)

Step by step:




Paint the pre-cut wooden animals.



Decorate/paint the animals.


Paint a layer of varnish.


Stick the accessories.


All done!

Thursday, 20 November 2014

Elmo door tag

Using clay to decorate an unfinished wooden door tag.

What you need: 

1. Clay

Step by step:

Knead the clay and mould it to a round shape.

Mix red and yellow clay to get orange for the nose.

Add wordings to the door tag.

Final touch, stick cute wood lady bird stickers around the hanger.

Pretty little fingers

A night activity with my little girl, sticking nail patches!

What you need:


Step by step:

1. This is the content of the nail patch box. First, clean and smooth nail surface for longer lasting wear of the nail patch.

2. Choose a nail patch and trim it to fit your nail. Peel the nail patch off from the backing film and place the rounded side of the nail patch at nail base.

3. File off the remaining excess nail patch in a gentle downward motion using the rough side of the nail file.

4. Pretty nails in just minutes! 






Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Alphabet matching

Many kids enjoy using stickers. With this in mind, I created an activity of alphabet recognition by matching alphabet stickers to 'bubbles' in the paper sheet. This activity is able to create kid's fine motor skills as well.

What you need:

1. Alphabet bubble sheet (print here)
2. Alphabet stickers

Step by step:


Print out the alphabet bubble sheet here. You may ask your child to colour the bubbles.



Then read out and alphabet and ask your child to find the alphabet. Once they found it, ask your child to peel off the letter respectively and place it over top of the letter on the bubble. At the same time, you may introduce them with objects that starts with that letter.

Repeat this for all letters.


You can modify the activity by matching uppercase letters with lower case letters.



Sunday, 9 November 2014

Abstract Art

A fun project to help inspire our kid's creativity! 

What you need:

1. Stretched canvas
2. Masking tape
3. Paint
4. Sponge/brush
5. Varnish (optional)

Step by step:

Tape on your design


Paint the spaces any color or mix of colors you like. Wait for it to dry.

Paint a layer of varnish. Wait for it to dry. Peel off the tape. 

Picture completed by a little artist!




Friday, 7 November 2014

Scratch art - Elsa from Frozen

Elsa drawn by a five years old girl.

What you need:

1. Scratch art paper
2. Stick


Step by step:





Once you have completed the main picture, fill up the cardboard with patterns. 






Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Rabbit pom pom

Activity for kids age 7+

What you need:

1. Wool
2. Two cardboard 'doughnut' shape
3. Wiggle eyes
4. Glue
5. Double sided tape
6. Scissors
7. Felt

Alternatively, purchase a rabbit pom pom craft kit here.

Step by step:


Wind the wool around the 2 cardboards.


Cut the wool around outside of the cardboard circle.

Tie a wool around the center and pull tight. Remove the cardboard.

Stick the rabbit face accordingly.

Use double sided tape to stick the felt to the wool.

Viola! Cute little rabbit hanger is created!