Let's create a card in the shape of an owl which will carry your messages secretly in her beak. How cute, right? This Do It Yourself is very easy. I'll only be showing you one way to create this card... Feel free to get super creative starting from here!
Have you ever wanted your own magic carpet? Here's your chance to weave one using a cardboard loom. Just make sure to put a drink on it so that it doesn't fly away.
Could this be the easiest DIY ever? Yes it can! As long as you can handle some scissors, and have some tape and parchment paper around, you can do this. It's THAT easy. Even if you don't want to make your own drawings, you can just tear up some magazine to get pictures you want to make stickers from.
t's a super simple no-sew bunting, using patterned card. This craft can take as long or as short as you want, depending on whether you decorate your bunting or use patterned card like me (it took me about an hour).
Whether you’re an embroidery veteran or simply looking to try something new whilst getting into the camp spirit, look no further! This tutorial will show you all the basic cross stitch skills needed to make your very own unique (and completely legendary!) camp keepsake to cherish for years to come.
Get your creative juices flowing and make the most legendary postcard EVER! Turn your favorite legendary beast into a fun greeting to send to a fellow camper with a few simple steps.
In this craft, we'll create a self portrait (either with or without a printed photo) from any craft supplies you want to use - this is a great opportunity to use your stash!
There are a lot of mythological hybrid creatures. And who knows what is living in the camp lake? We are going to create our own hybrid critters in a mix and match book!
'Tis the season for summer camps and lounging by the pool with a good book. In this activity we are going to combine these two quintessential summer activities and create our very own beasts of legends bookmark. Now let's get started!
Learn how to make very easy paper flowers to decorate your bunk at camp! You can even make them easily in the toilets or at the mess hall!
It’s Day Three of IGGPPCamp! We’ve been busy making crafts and making new friends, and now it’s time to craft a friend. Whooo-oo-oo better than the wise owl? Take a nature walk (or a walk down the aisles of your favorite craft store) and find a pine cone to transform into a felt-feathered pine cone owl friend! Get creative with your scraps...any color combination will do. Blathers Approved!
Today's camp craft is brought to you by Troop 626. Counselor Pleakly here! Today I'm going to show you how to make bracelets or lanyards with plastic lacing or Rexlace.