Tag Archives: patterns
Click on April Showers to take you to the project shown above. Every day we’re one day closer to summer fun!!
This project takes some time to finish, so you want to figure about three hours to complete it. There are patterns for the stable and the figures. Supplies needed include two 22″x 28″ brown poster boards for the stable, white card stock for … Continue reading
This “Autumn Elegance” project has to be made up to see how beautiful it actually is. It would be perfect in a black matted picture frame. The brown grocery bag, after it is prepared for this project, looks like leather. … Continue reading
We all seem to collect wire coat hangers and it’s nice to be able to recycle them into useful or crafty projects. This project is a very cute bunny made out of a wire coat hanger, cardstock, crayons or colored markers … Continue reading
This is my favorite wire coat hanger project. I call this little cutie, “Puppy Love.” These are so easy to make, especially because the patterns are full sized. They could be printed on colored paper, but I like to use … Continue reading
This is a fun little project that the kids enjoy. The 1st Grade can easily do this. It’s a good lesson on listening and waiting for directions. Careful cutting is also stressed. Click on the picture to get a better … Continue reading
This sparkly turkey is a bright and fun project for the 2nd grade class. It’s a good opportunity for them to practice cutting—we stress that they cut directly on the outside of the black lines. And of course using white … Continue reading