Halloween Spider Craft

"Itsy-bitsy spider climbed up the waterspout...", is one of the first poems that a baby hears and learns. Little do they know that the spiders they so love are such great spooky icons for Halloween!

Did you know that Spiders are not insects? They are their own category called arachnids. And, while they have obtained a scary reputation, they are actually really fascinating little creatures. Their magical powers include weaving spider silk, which is considered to be stronger than steel with the same dimensions.

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50+ Halloween Crafts for Kids

Halloween is a time for so much fun for kids. So many fun activities can be done, where do you start? Well, if craft decor and DIY is on your mind, we have curated 50+ best Halloween kids crafts just for you.

Halloween crafts can be made with such a great diversity, it can get overwhelming to decide. There are monsters, spiders, cats, bats, witches and pumpkins.  The best way is to just go ahead and make one of each kind!


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We selected easy Halloween crafts for preschoolers and toddlers to make. We think that these are equally fun Halloween crafts for teens and tweens too! Each Halloween arts and crafts project is accompanied with detailed step-by-step instructions so you can get started straight away.

So go ahead! Browse through our selection of quick and easy DIY Halloween craft ideas and pick your favourite projects for this holiday season to make at home or classroom.

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Handprint Diya Diwali Craft

Celebrate the festival of light by making this easy Diwali craft with kids at home. This is a simple Diwali project for school as well. Kids will enjoy tracing their hands and pretending to hold a diya for Deepavali.

This handprint craft will make a cute Diwali keepsake that you will cherish for forever.
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25+ Free Printable Activities for Kids

These printable activities for kids are all so cute and fun. Not only are they great for a wide variety of ages, but they're also simple and perfect for creativity and imagination as well. Pull up a chair and prepare to get crafting right along with the kids. These free printable templates are too good to pass up.

If you're looking for engaging crafts that the kids are going to love, why not take a peek at the ones we've gathered for you below? Each one is different and adorable in their own unique way. From bookmarks to puppets, you and your child are certain to have a blast working down the list and creating not only fun crafts but amazing memories as well!

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Halloween Bat Craft

Halloween is around the corner and its time for some spooky fun. Bats are right there as one of the most popular Halloween paraphernalia and it was a blast creating these super cool bat craft with my toddler.

This easy halloween craft made using spoon will also make a fun DIY Halloween decoration.

Spooky is fine, but who said Bats can't also be cute?

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HOW TO MAKE BAT CRAFT?


MATERIALS:
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Black Spoon
Wiggle Eyes
Cardstock Paper (Black, Gray)
Tissue Paper (Pink)
Glue
Scissor
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Handmade Rakhi For Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan, also abbreviated to Rakhi, is the Indian festival that celebrates the special relationship between a brother and sister. On this day, sisters tie a band on the wrist of their brothers as a mark of respect for the love and protection they give them while brothers give their sisters gifts as a mark of the love and affection they receive from them.

This festival is celebrated not just between siblings related by blood but also cousins and two unrelated persons that wish to treat each other as brothers - sisters. When the persons are together, they usually get-together in the morning when the sister physically ties the rakhi on the brother's wrist and applies vermilion on the brother's forehead. The brother gives his sister a present, and then both feed each other some yummy sweets. When they are remote, sisters send Rakhis and vermilion via mail while brothers buy their sisters a gift of their choice. It's a nice festival that re-inforces the bond between a brother and sister every year.

To celebrate Raksha Bandhan this year, we wanted to share some really clever and beautiful rakhi ideas by Malini who is an art teacher based out of San Francisco Bay Area. What's cool is that you make these rakhis with things you already have at home.

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Click on the rakhi names under the pictures to watch their tutorial on Malini's youtube channel.

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Father's Day Craft

Children have a special relationship with their father. While mothers are their emotional anchors, fathers are often their exploration anchors. Being around a father mostly means playtime or crazy fun activity time. All because fathers enjoy nothing else more than seeing a smile on their children's face.

So, this fathers day, we decided to craft one father-child activity special - the high toss. This is one of the most enduring moments for dads and tots. It was fun creating this craft and brought up happy memories for when our toddler was under 2 years and enjoyed soaring through the air only to land in the safe comfort of dad's arms.

So, what's your favorite dad-child activity?

Happy crafting!

Easy Father's Day Crafts

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Egg Carton Animals

Did you know you can make these cute animal crafts from an empty egg carton? As we are all home-bound and limited in our ability to visit craft stores, it is useful to re-use and re-cycle material from essential items such as egg cartons, pastas, and cardboard tubes.

In this recycled craft, we used egg cartons to make a funky monkey, a naughty panda, and a cutie tiger. With just a scissor and some colorful paint, your child can make adorable animal figurines that they can use during pretend play or as countertop decorations in their rooms.

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Free Printable Mother's Day Crown

Today, we have Delzin on the blog again sharing these lovely crowns for Mother's day with us. You can find lots of fun and free printable ideas for kids on her website at Crispy Doodles.

Over to Delzin!

Thanks for having me here Shikha! I'm so happy to share this awesomely cute set of crowns with you all. In theme with spring, I started off with making a sun crown for mom and flower crowns for the kids but then I decided to make the kids crown the sun cause I feel like our kids help us to grow more than we know.

Whether it's fast-paced and on my toes or slow and calm, without their bright presence I wouldn't be growing. So, here they are..

Ready to wear your crown? (Or ready to crown the best thing that happened to you and the kids)


This is an adorable set of crowns for mommy and kids. The file is ready to be colored in, cut and glued together.

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Paper Heart Flower Card

I'm thrilled to share that our lovely paper heart flower card for Mother's Day has been published in Champak, a popular children's magazine in India. I have fond memories of reading Champak during my childhood. You can find this craft in Champak, May 2020 issue.

How to make easy mother's day card at home?
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