Winter Time Machine

Click here to make your own Winter Time Machine and then go here and experience the new Disney Possiblity Shop.

The Disney Possibility Shop was so neat and there were tons of ideas for new crafts.


Free Preschool Craft Sample

Click here to get your free sample of 1-2-3 Preschool Projects.

If you like what she sends you go to her website and sign up for her monthly projects. This is what is included each month:

Monthly calendar

Enough activities for each day of the month

Time saving pre-cut activities

Easy to follow instructions

10-15 different textural materials

Monthly outline

Parent newsletter

Teachers guide to expand their learning

All supplies included (the provider needs crayons and glue)

Other free crafts sites: Halloween site


Check out the new Halloween section at
My favorite was building a scarecrow:
Click here to let your child build his or her scarecrow.

Milk Container Pumpkin – Pumpkin Craft –

Milk container pumpkin

I thought this was such a cute idea. A whole lot easier and cleaner then real pumpkins.

What you’ll need:
Plastic gallon milk container with lid
Pen or pencil
Craft knife or scissors
1 bottle orange acrylic enamel or gloss paint
Sponge brush applicator
Hot glue gun
Flickering tea light (battery operated)
Brown felt

How to make it:
Lightly draw a jack-o’-lantern face on the front of the milk container.
Cut out features with scissors or a craft knife. Cut a flap in the back of the pumpkin, big enough that you can fit a sandwich bag full of sand or a handful of rocks in to weigh it down.
Paint the container with three coats of orange paint. Allow it to dry between coats.
Holding the flickering tea light upside down, place it inside the mouth of the milk container. (You may need to trim down the opening until the tea light is able to fit inside.) Once you’ve sized the mouth, remove the tea light and set it aside.
Cut out a rectangle from the brown felt big enough to fit around the mouth of the milk container. Use hot glue to line the inside of the area, then fold the excess down felt around the outside of the mouth and glue in place. The tea light should fit snuggly inside and be pointing downward. (Do not glue down the tea light – you should be able to remove and replace it when the battery dies.)
Insert rocks or a small bag of sand into the back flap of the pumpkin for weight. Place pumpkin on the porch and when night falls, turn on the flickering tea light!

Paper Plate Pumpkin If you need instructions on how to do this craft click on the image.  They have some really good ideas at  I thought this one would be great for my little one to do.


This is a cool website that I found today. They post a new craft everyday.

Kids Website Review: The Kidz


Click here for Halloween Fun crafts, games, puzzles and more for kids.

Click the coloring page to print

Click the coloring page to print

Free Pumpkin Carving Templates


Download your free Pumpkin Carving Templetes from Betty Crocker Click here.