I was inspired by her and her to do more crafty things with Wilder, as a way for us to bond over creativity and for him to learn. He was a good directions-follower and was so proud of the end result.
What is that? Is it a toupee, you say? Dirt? Chocolate?
Click here to link to the project on Parents.com. You can see the pretty picture of what it's supposed to look like.
Bring the outdoors inside by creating a cozy new home for these adorable pom-pom birds.
Make it: Cut a paper plate in half and staple the rims together (leaving the top of the nest open). After your kids paint it brown, help them glue shredded brown paper onto the front to add texture. Create the birds by gluing three blue pom-poms to the ends of Popsicle sticks. Add googly eyes and orange paper beaks for a little personality. Have your kids slide the ends of the Popsicle sticks between the plates so the baby birds can rest inside their new nest -- and even pop up when they get hungry! source
Look at the tape on their eyes. I am a total cheater.
Either that or I have messy glue phobia.
What fun crafts are you doing with your babies?