Step 1: Dip a flat paintbrush in the light green paint first, and paint squares that are 1 inch thick and go a little more than half an inch down the plate. Leave a space that’s 1 inch thick between each square for the dark green paint. Let it dry for about 10 minutes. Continue reading →
Start summer off with a splash! Shark Week starts June 26th and it’s right around the time summer camp starts. So if you’re a shark lover and want to add a shark craft theme to your activity program, it’s time to start planning! Here are some of our favorite shark themed activities for kids.
Remember making these fortune tellers as a kid? We found this idea from Easy Peasy and Fun. Just print the template and have kids follow the folding instructions. They can also write fortunes or fun shark facts inside the mouth to make it even more fun! Continue reading →
I saw this cute idea for a summer craft on Pinterest, and just had to try it out for myself and make it my own. Instead of using rocks and painting them, you can use these clear plastic stones and paper to create the ladybug and bee pieces. Also, by using a box instead of just a flat surface, you can store the pieces after you play! Continue reading →
Spring is a busy time for scout groups and will lead into summer camp in just a few months. We wanted to make leaders’ jobs easier by sharing some activity ideas to inspire creativity. Here are 7 different activities that can be incorporated into your program. Each project relates to specific badges that scouts need to earn. We recommend an age group of 8 and up.
Looking for a unique decoration for your home? Then you’ll love this Sun Print Wall Art by Crafts by Amanda. She used our Nature Print® Paper to create these beautiful works of art in under 10 minutes! Use any household item you like to create your design, such as starfish and flowers. Then you can either hang them on the wall or use them as picture frames for your table.