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In this fun science craft video we're making DIY kinetic sand. Now, we've tried several kinetic sand recipes before this one and by far it produced the best kinetic sand that lasted for weeks in a baggie. It was so soft to play, felt exactly like kinetic sand and was moldable.
How to Make Homemade Stickers using Parchment Paper – Easy Kids Craft
n this video we're teaching you how to make homemade DIY stickers using parchment paper, a drawing of your choice and packing tape. This is a super easy craft to with kids of all ages. We made a bunch with friends and put them on our water bottles and note books.
How to Make Crunchy Slime with Foam Beads | Easy Homemade Slime
Hi friends! This week, we're bringing another homemade slime recipe, but this week we're making it crunchy! In our video we'll be using foam beads; however keep in mind you can use anything you have around the use for a crunchy element. Think about rainbow looms, small beads even legos.
Make Edible Play-Dough using Marshmallows | Homemade DIY Recipe for Kids
Hi guys, today we're trying another edible playdough recipe, but this time we're using marshmallows and powdered sugar. About a year ago we made edible playdough using cake frosting and powdered sugar, so we're super excited to give this recipe a whirl and see which one we like better.
Milk Jug Owl Craft | Earth Day Kids Crafts | Recycle Craft
Today, is going to be a hoot, because we're making Milk Jug Owls! This is super fun craft to do with kids at home because you'll be recycling items around the house to make these adorable owls. We plan on putting rocks in the top of the water or milk jug for added weight and display them in our g...
Hello friends! Today we've made one of the most creative mixed media craft we've ever seen. It's called Coffee Cup Canvas Art! The great thing about this craft is that it plays with perspective, dimension and color. Better yet, it can be completed in about 1 hour which makes it an ideal mixed med...
Testing Fluffy Cloud Slime and Butter Slime by Compound Kings
Hi guys, in this video we are testing a ton of slimes sent to us by Compound Kings. They include grape & peach scented fluffy cloud slime as well as cookie butter & smores slime. See how these compared to our own DIY slime recipes and whether or not we thought they were truly satisfying like the ...
How to Make a DIY Squishy Cake, Donut & Brownie | Dessert Kids Crafts
This is a special video because we hit 1,000 Subscribers AND WE'RE DOING A GIVEAWAY! Watch the video for details. We can't thank you enough it really means the world to us. So we're celebrating with desserts! In this kids craft tutorial we'll teach you how to make DIY Squishy Cakes, Donuts & Brow...
2 Easy DIY Valentine's Day Craft Ideas | Candy Jars & Paper Heart Chain
Hi guys! This week were getting all warm and fuzzy because Valentine's Day is right around the corner. Lucky for you were not only making one Valentine's Crafts, but 2 super easy and cool crafts to use a gifts or room decor. Friends, teachers, neighbors or family members will love this DIY Candy ...
How to Make DIY Window Clings | Easy Craft for Kids |
We're back this week with another fun and easy craft for kids. This time we're making DIY Window Clings. Our favorite part about this project was that we already had the ingredients at home! Plus it was a nice blend of science and creativity. Teachers could do this craft in classrooms and make it...
Easy Turkey Craft for Kids | Thanksgiving Classroom Project
Thanksgiving is right around the corner and we're super excited about this turkey craft. Made with items around the house, this kids craft is easy enough to be done in a school classroom. We used coffee filters, paper plates and construction paper to make our turkey's. And if you're kids like sci...
Easy DIY Halloween Paper Craft | How to Make Paper Plate Skeleton
Hi guys, This week were making some fun halloween room decor! Paper Plate Skeletons to be exact. Best of all, you probably already have most of these items around the house OR can purchase them for under $5. Our paper plate skeleton would look fabulous in a classroom, on a door or hanging from th...
How to Make Paper Mache Bowls with Newspaper | Easy Halloween Craft for Kids
Halloween is coming and we have a super fun and easy craft kids can make . . . Paper Mache Bowls made from newspaper! This kid friendly paper mache recipe uses only 2 ingredients - FLOUR & WATER. That means no glue, parents ;-) You can decorate your bowls any way you like; however since October...
How to Make Water Sponge Bombs | Camp Games and Summer Activities
Look out everyone, we're having a BOYS vs GIRLS water fight with our own DIY Sponge Bombs! These water sponge bombs were really easy to make. In fact we made ours on location at the Salt River in Arizona. Instead of water balloons that break and leave a mess, our sponge bombs are washable and rea...
How to Make Unicorn Bath Salts for Kids | Unicorn Craft | Bath & Body
One of our most popular YouTube videos is Kids Safe Bath Bombs, so we decided to offer another fun bath craft! However; this time we're making Unicorn Bath Salts for Kids or Tweens. These would make super cute party favors or gifts.
Mixed Media Art for Kids or Beginners | Recycled Art by Three Sisters
You don't have to spend a lot of money to create art. In fact, this easy mixed media project is wonderful for kids or adults. Best of all, you probably have everything you need lying around the house. Who doesn't love a low cost project that teaches kids about repurposing and recycling. Ideal for...
How to Make DIY Sidewalk Chalk | Spring & Summer Craft for Kids
Spring is here and summer is right around the corner. That means it time for outdoor activities! Although if you live in Arizona like us, we've been enjoying the outdoors year-round. In this fun and easy kids craft video, we'll show you how to make DIY sidewalk chalk using just 3 ingredients then...
How to Make Ice Circles | Easy Winter Craft for Kids
Hi guys! We have a super easy winter craft that can be made to hang on trees outside. Although we live in the Arizona, most of the country is in a deep freeze or under snow. So, why not add a little color and glisten to those bare trees with fun ice circles. All you need is food coloring, molds, ...
Easy DIY Popsicle Bath Bombs | Summer Crafts | Kids Crafts by Three Sisters
Summer is here and we're making super cute Popsicle Bath Bombs. We're using the same bath bomb recipe we used in our previous DIY bath bomb video, but this time shaping them into popsicle molds and adding a popsicle stick. Make them patriotic by layering Red, White & Blue colors or get creative a...
Easy DIY Feather Room Decor | How to Make a Room Mobile | Kids Craft
We LOVE room decorations! In fact, every time we enter a store we beg mom to take us to the room decor aisle. So, this week we take inspiration from in-store hanging room decor and made our own DIY Feather Room Mobile. The results were beautiful. What makes it more special is that we were able t...
How to Make DIY Cat Ears using Scrapbook Flowers | Kids Crafts by Three Sisters
Riley bought some cat ears at Claire's last week which, of course, caused Reese and Grace to want them too. Rather than spend more money on them, we took good look at the construction and realized we could make them ourselves.