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102 posts categorized "Craft Projects"

DIY Tablet Felt Picture Board

Bloesem Kids | DIY project:Tablet Felt Picture Board contributed by Laura Murray

DIY Tablet Felt Picture Board

Please give a warm welcome to our latest DIY contributor, Laura! When we last announced that we were looking for a new crafty member of the Bloesem family, Laura answered the call and dropped us an email. We fell for her beautiful crafts right away and we knew she was the perfect fit. For her very first DIY, she teaches us how to get the youngsters of the ipads and tablets and back working with their hards and creating with their imagination.

We also want to thank Yuliya, our other regular craft contributor! Thank you both for keeping us creative :) 

.. Laura
.. All BKids Craft Projects 

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Quick and simple party envelope DIY

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How to make Party Envelopes-

With technology taking over more and more parts of our lives these days, most of us hardly use the beloved snail mail much anymore. So it's the perfect excuse to have a go at Yuliya's DIY tutorial and make your own Party envelopes! These envelopes are great for sending out invitations or just a note to your friends and family. The perfect handmade letter to warm anyone's heart.

.. Yuliya
.. All BKids Craft Projects

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DIY for the soccer star

Bloesem Kids | DIY soccer themed treats by Anouk van der El of Make History co.

- How to make your own soccer-themed treats-

GOAL!!! If you have a kid that is in love with soccer then score! this is the DIY for you. Anouk van der El from Make History  threw together this fabulous DIY while preparing for her own child's birthday this past week. I guess this is what being a working mom is.. being able to have your own business but also coming up with great ideas for kids parties .. all in a day's work am I right?

Anouk also shared with us a series of travel crafts to keep your kids entertained while on the road that you can view here.

.. Make History! with a Timecapsule or Little Quote Jar
.. All BKids Craft Projects

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Do you DIY?

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Wanted: Bloesem Kids crafts contributor!

We love crafts and we know you love crafts too! So would you like to join us as our new crafts contributor? Bloesem is looking for a kids crafts contributor to join our e-family. You can have a look at all the crafts our lovely contributors have done so far. Share the joy of creating by sharing your diy projects with us and the rest of the Bloesem family.

Very much looking forward to a new Bloesem family member, so do drop us an email!

.. Catch up on all our BKids Craft Projects

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DIY Mushroom Theatre

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It has been scientifically proven that puppets help with child development in all sorts of ways. So why not follow along with Yuliya's DIY tutorial and make your own Mushroom theatre! With just some art supplies you would probably have around your house, you can have a lot of fun creating your own puppet show!

- How to make your Mushroom theatre-

 

.. Yuliya
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Giveaway: Candy Aisle Crafts

Bloesem Kids | Giveaway Alert: Win the book: Candy Aisle Crafts

If you like crafting and have a sweet tooth, you will love this book (and the giveaway we have at the end of the post!). Candy Aisle crafts is full of fun DIYs or in their words " extraordinary craft ideas from everyday supermarket items". Exactly the way we like it! Sometimes you see a craft online and want to replicate it but the matarials you need are just impossible to find, not with this book! Everything you will need is accessible in your local supermarket and we promise you a sweet and fun time recreating any of the delights.

Read on for a sneak peek of the book and A GIVEAWAY! Yes, one of you will be taking home this book. In the meantime, we can all try our hands at making the 2 cute candy crafts below. 

Bloesem Kids | Giveaway Alert: Win the book: Candy Aisle Crafts

Gumdrop Boat Cupcake Topper
Place this sweet little boat onto a cupcake frosted with light blue icing that’s been swept into peaks, like choppy water. If you can’t find Fruit Stripe gum, sour belt candy is another great option for the sail, as shown, opposite.

What you will need:
* scissors 
* 1 piece of Fruit Stripe gum
* 1 toothpick 
* 1 gumdrop
* 1 blue frosted cupcake
* 1 blue cupcake paper (optional)
* 1 eight-inch-long piece of baker's twine (optional)
* 1 gummy ring (optional)

Step 1.Cut the gum into a sail or flag shape.

Step 2.Poke a toothpick into the bottom left side.

Step 3.Poke the other end of the toothpick into the bottom of a gumdrop, which is the boat.

Step 4.Optional: Use scissors to cut wave shapes into the top of the blue cupcake paper and put it under the cupcake.

Step 5.Tie the twine around the gummy ring and poke the other end into the frosting.

Step 6.Put the completed boat onto the frosted top of the cupcake.

 

Bloesem Kids | Giveaway Alert: Win the book: Candy Aisle Crafts

Triangle Cake Decoration
These triangular candies could represent trees for a modern Christmas dessert or simply be a graphic cake decoration.

What you will need:
* parchment paper
* 4 Jolly Rancher Bold Fruit
* Smoothie hard candies
* Scissors

Step 1. Preheat the oven to 275°F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

Step 2. Put the Jolly Ranchers on the parchment in a row to create a tall rectangle. If making more than one at a time, put the candies on individual pieces of parchment, as shown.

Step 3. Place in the oven for 8 to 9 minutes. Remove and let cool for 1 minute.

Step 4. Using oven mitts, take the candy, still on the parchment paper, off the baking sheet, and cut it into a triangle shape (or two smaller triangle shapes) with scissors, cutting through the candy and parchment paper at the same time, as shown.

Step 5. Return to the baking sheet and let cool. Remove the parchment from the triangles.

Bloesem Kids | Giveaway Alert: Win the book: Candy Aisle Crafts

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Here's how you can win the book :

1) Pin any picture in this post on pinterest.

2) Leave a comment below with the link to the pin.

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Giveaway ends 3 Sept 2014 and we will contact the lucky winner via email!

 WINNER: Jenny

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