Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Kids Crafts continue....Kid Tested, Kid Approved!

We are so excited about the response we've received from this fun project. Our design team had so much fun and all projects are KID tested and KID approved!!

Washi Tape Drinking Jars
by Amanda Coleman

Designer Note: My 6 year old daughter was crafting the other day and made these drink/trinket jars. So consider turning your kids loose with a little washi tape and see what THEY create...you might be amazed!

Butterfly Mask
by Tamara Tripodi

Designer Note: My girly-girl loves to dress up so I thought we could make some fun masks! Using some Doodlebug embellishments and candy coated cardstock, she had a great time with this summer 'boredom buster'. First you'll need find a printable mask template. Trace the template and have your child cut it out. Add a small brad and twine to be able to tie the mask on. Then let her embellish away!

Paper Dolls 
by Monique Liedtke

Designer Note: I created two dress up dolls with matching clothes using the Silhouette Cameo. When I saw this design in the Silhouette store I knew straight away I wanted to create these dolls, as I have such font memories of my own dress up doll from when I was 8 years old. Doodlebug's cardstock, 6x6 paper pads and the fantastics designs and colors were just perfect for this project! I made "4th of July" dresses for both girls :). The clothes and the hairs are adhered to the doll using strips of adhesive magnetic tape: super easy!

Supplies: Doodlebug cardstock, "Stars & Stripes" collection, "Lovebirds" collection. Tools: Silhouette Cameo. Silhouette design: Rivka Wilkins


  1. Ack-cute stuff! LOVE those washi glasses!

  2. I can totally see my daughters really having fun making the paper dolls and embellishing the clothes. The mask and washi tape jar are great ideas too! Thanks for the continued inspiration! :)

  3. Amazing job everyone. One quick question. have you washed the washi tape glasses? I would love to make these but would be afraid of it coming off??

    1. Hi! I have not washed the washi glasses. They are decorated more for a one-time use or as a trinket/collection jar. Thanks for your comment!


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