I'm not sure if any other Star Wars creature is more apt to be "craft-ized" than the endearing Ewok. One part teddy bear, two parts warrior, these loyal little fuzz balls help turn the tide in the great battle between the Rebellion forces and the Galactic Empire. The Ewok depicted in the photo is none other than the precocious little scout, Wicket W. Warrick who befriended the stranded Princess Leia in Return of the Jedi. Use different clay colors to create a variety of Ewoks and amass your own adorable army of Endor!
I first started folding paper airplanes in church. It was a silent activity that could be accomplished with the paper program that would double as a toy to keep my kids quietly occupied. The problem with making a plane in a place that you don't want it flown...
Family fun crafts to inspire play this Christmas - whether you want to keep kids occupied when visiting family this Christmas, or simply enjoy a cute twist on an ever enduring classic game of Tic Tac Toe together on the floor beside the tree, this wine cork craft may be the inspiration you seek. The lovable Olaf and Sven characters from Frozen are created from painted wine corks and felt.
From The Gold Mine into your home, decorate your Christmas tree this year with an adorable ornament inspired by the newest Puffles in the Club Penguin family.
I love the flavor of candy cane (I look forward to peppermint ice cream all year long), so this dip is right up my alley! It's perfect for serving at a party or just a fun afternoon snack with your kids. I really like that it's not overly sweet and pairs well with all sorts of fruits or crackers.
It was also a great way to use up the broken candy canes I ended up with after my toddler got a hold of the box and almost every one of them got cracked to some extent or another.