Are you looking for a fun fall project to do with your children? How about grabbing some pine cones, some beautiful Vintage Collection papers a few basic craft supplies and creating these fun turkeys.
Pine Cone Turkey Supplies:
- Core’dinations Vintage Collection 6×6 Paper pad
- Core’dinations Core Basics White Cardstock
- Core’dinations Core Basics Black Cardstock
- Google Eyes
- Red and Yellow Chenille Stems
- Brown Acylic Paint
- 2 Inch Foam Ball
- Gold Glitter
Step 1: Paint foam ball with brown acrylic paint. Helpful hint: insert a skewer or small stick into the ball to keep fingers out of the way, allowing the ball to be fully coveredwith paint.
Step 2: While paint dries, trace and cut out two hand prints on Core’dinations Vintage Collection papers.
Step 3: Glue handprints to the stem end and foam ball to the top of the pinecone to create turkey.
Step 4: Assemble the face of the turkey by inserting a 1/2 inch piece of yellow chenille stem in center of ball and wrapping a 1- 1/2 to 2 inch piece of red chenille stem around it. Attach google eyes with glue.
Step 5: To create hat cut a 3 inch circle from black Core Basics cardstock. Draw a 2 inch circle about 3/4 of the way around and cut out.
Step 8: Place hat on turkey head, glue if desired.
I am sure your little ones will enjoy their turkey friend for many years to come.
So we have been snowed in for the last few days and our kids parties won’t be happening until Monday so this is GREAT for a last minute Valentine this weekend!
Hi there! Jill from http://everydayisanoccasion.com here to share a fun Valentine project you can do with your kids. If your kids like to paint like mine do then this project will be right up their alley!
Kids Core Valentines
This project occupied my kids for quite some time and it is a project you don’t have to hover over them. They can do it themselves. My children are 4 and 2 and so I love finding projects like this!
How to Make Core’dinations Valentines
Materials: 110 lb White Core’dinations Cardstock, Toilet paper tube, and paint
Step 1. Fold Toilet paper tube to look like a heart and dip into paint
Step 2. Allow paint to dry and then cut up and embellish. We used some Darice Heart stickers in the dollar bin at Target.
Step 3. Pass them out and enjoy
Hi! Jill from Every Day is an Occasion back to share another Kids Core project with you! Today it’s all about being grateful! This Grateful Journal can be used a couple of ways. The first way, which is how I’m going to be using it, is a mini album. Since November 1, I have been taking pictures of things I’m grateful for and posting them on Instagram. I am going to print the photos and then put them in this mini album. The second way could be used on Thanksgiving and to have everyone draw pictures or write on the page what they are Thankful for. Then at the Thanksgiving Table the journal can be read and you have a keepsake to look back on when your kids are older. Now these are just two ideas I came up with. I’m sure you have a great idea if these don’t work for you!
One thing is for sure, I love Core’dinations white core paper! The 12×12 and 110lb 8 1/2 x 11 packs are such an AMAZING quality of paper! I made this entire journal out of scratch and it’s thanks to the white core! It is so super sturdy that I felt comfortable using it as all the album pages. To create the cover I actually used a cereal box and cut it to 6 1/2 x 6 1/2. I then used my Xyron Mega Runner to adhere the Vintage Core’dinations cardstock to the cardboard. To create the album pages, I just cut 15 white sheets down to 6 1/2 x 6 1/2. Then I used my cinch machine to bind all the pages together.
For the cover, I used Core tags along with some vintage sequins I was handed down from my Great Grandmother. I also used some Amethyst Colorshine. I attached some Hemptique Twine to my tag. I have to say though, my favorite thing is to print onto core. I used Shanna Noel’s thankful prints and printed them onto my 8 1/2 x11 white core. Then I used my Epiphany Crafts Round 25 tool to punch them out and I put an acrylic sticker (they go with the round 25 tool) on top.
This is all great and grand you may be saying to yourself…but what you really want to know is how is this a kids craft? Well, let me tell youwhat we did… I talked to my kids (2 & 4) about being grateful or thankful. We have read many Thanksgiving books together and discussed what it means. Then I had my kids draw pictures about what they are thankful for. My 4 year old son (on the left) said he is thankful for “ALL the leaves”. I said, “Oh you’re thankful for leaves?” He said, “No, Mom… ALL the leaves” CUTE! My two year old daughter (on the right) said she is thankful for Daddy and she said Daddy has colorful hair. LOL! I am going to add these to my Instagram pictures. Once I have them printed I will have my kids help me create the layouts with photos of them and their drawings.
Have a great day! Smiles, Jill
with Char Dobson!
Today Char is creating with us and she created these awesome paper lanterns. The great thing about Core is that you can create them in EVERY color possible! For our list of Core Essentials that we carry please check them out here. In SIX easy steps you can have some very own paper lanterns of your own. If you look underneath the title there is a download button so you can save to your own computer.
AND if you want to make them for yourself then check out the instructions HERE. You can find “how to’s” on almost everything out there today including these fabulous paper lanterns. They would be great for Valentine’s Day or even a Super Bowl party. Whatever the festivities are, these paper lanterns fit the bill for fabulous and fun! And nothing screams a party like Core
Here are some the shots Char took of them hanging in her home:
Char mixed and matched some Core Impressions and Spotted. Just Sand and Viola! You have a great look.
Step #2: Trim bowl edges if necessary.
Prepare your work area – we just use and old plastic placemat.
Cover the entire bowl with Modge Podge, first one side and then the other.
Let dry overnight.
Step #3: Your finished project!
Such a great way to use those scraps of cardstock!