Easy no carve pumpkin

There’s always a dilemma here at Halloween. The girls want to carve a pumpkin, but they’re too little to do it themselves. They can get involved with scooping out the middle and drawing a face on, but I have to cut it. And quite frankly, I don’t have time. So this year, I’ve come up with something different. The no-carve pumpkin This month’s Bostik Blogger craft theme was Halloween and bonfire night. I looked at the materials they’d sent us and realised it might just solve my pumpkin problem. So, here are our no-carve pumpkins. They’re perfect for children of all…

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Spaceship toddler craft

With Libby off school poorly the past few days, I’ve been looking for things to do that weren’t too energetic. Luckily our Bostik blogger craft box for the month arrived just in the nick of time. The theme this month was space and both girls wanted to make a spaceship. This is the perfect craft for children to do themselves. It’s also ideal for two children to work together, because the spaceship is made in two separate parts. What you’ll need An open-bottomed cardboard cone An empty kitchen roll Paint Stickers or other decorations Bostik white PVA glu Glu dots Newspaper Old…

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Crafts for children – easy Easter table decoration with vase

Last month’s Bostik blogger theme was Valentine’s day. This month it’s time to create something for Easter and we’ve decided to go for an Easter table decoration. When I was walking the dogs this morning, I noticed how beautiful the spring blossoms were. It gave me the idea of incorporating them into our table decoration so that’s what we did. You will need: An A4 sheet of craft foam Assorted Easter stickers Mini Easter chicks Polystyrene eggs Glitter An old glass or jam jar An A4 sheet of felt Foam Easter shapes Paint Blu tack Bostik fine & wide glu…

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