Thursday, July 7, 2011

Fun For Kids Friday!

Fun for Kids Friday already?!
Last week was so full of awesome ideas.  You all are pretty darn crafty, I must say. 

Here are two of the top five from last week based on "clicks"

Died And Gone To Heaven - Chef in Training
Wowzers, that's all I can say here. 

Coffee Filter Fireworks - You'll Thank Me One Day
Coffee filters are such a great art staple.

Sand Paper Art - Come Together Kids
The sand paper art is my personal favorite this week.  Though it didn't turn out exactly how Laura planned it is a great project for the kids and looks good too!

Grab a featured button and celebrate your craft-tastic-ness!


On to the the best ideas, recipes, and projects for kids around!

Local Fun For Kids and I, Mrs. SmileMonster are looking for your latest and greatest kid related recipes, projects, and ideas.

1.  Read the rules!

2. Link up your best kid crafts, kid related projects/ideas or family friendly recipes.

3. Please grab a button so every one can see where you like to party. It doesn't matter where you put our button, it's just nice to put it somewhere. If you don't like buttons simply link back with text. No stress here, it's the nice thing to do and I know you are nice.


4. Link directly to your project post. No giveaway links, Etsy shops, or other rif raf.

5. Become a follower of SmileMonsters and/or Local Fun For Kids if you want to be extra sweet.

6. Take the time to visit at least two other links and let them know you stopped by. Spread the love around a little. Consider it one of your random acts of kindness.

The link party will start at noon Thursday and end at noon on Saturday(central) each week. By entering your link, you are giving me permission to use any part of your post including pictures in a Fun For Kids Finds feature with proper credit going to you, all you.

Thank you bunches to all of you that link up, we appreciate each and every one. We can't wait to see what you have been crafting up this super hot summer!



Jenn Erickson said...

ooooh...that trifle looks divine!

Thank you for hosting! I always love what I find here!


Laura said...

Yum, I love trifles too!

Thanks so much for sharing our Sandpaper Art project.

Laura @ Come Together Kids

Carolyn said...

You've got some fantastic craft ideas here, which will keep the kids involved and teaching them to love craft and learning.