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If you are looking for easy kids crafts, you've come to the right place. We have the only craft website with a new craft every day. The best part? No special supplies will be needed. You'll find mostly free printables, recycled crafts and projects you can make with supplies already found in your house.
I'm Betty, mother to three and grandmother to nine. My hubby always said, "if you don't let Betty sit on the floor with a box of crayons and some paper, you're not getting the most out of her". I love what I do and hope you enjoy what we have compiled for you.
I'm Jamie. I help my mom and grandma with this website. I would rather be dancing but they need all the help they can get :)
I'm Terri. Betty is my mother and Jamie is my teenager. Together, we represent three generations of crafting. We work well together and respect what each of us brings to this website. Visit often! Remember there is a new craft every day.
Balloons have always been a big part of parties, especially birthday parties. This project takes that theme a step further and is a good way for the kids to get involved with the preparations.Click here
1 Pillsbury Pie Crust (or use homemade crust)
Flour for dusting work surface
Egg wash (1 egg mixed with 1 teaspoon water)
Fillings - Nutella, jam, pie filling, peanut butter
Colorful sugar crystals*11.5" long lollipop sticks
Rolling pin/fondant roller
Balloon cookie cutter
Spoon (or use a disposable pastry bag)
Baking sheet lined with parchment paper for ease of cleaning
*Use as few or as many colors as you\'d like. You can buy individual bottles of colored sugar crystals or buy containers with up to 6 different colors. Just be sure to use the large crystal sugar for this recipe. I tried adding food coloring to granulated sugar and decorating these pastries with it, but wasn\'t happy with the result. The larger crystals look much nicer.