Looking for last minute gift ideas? Oopsy Daisy has lots of really great gifts for under $20. If you order today you get free shipping so don’t miss out! Some of my products were featured in their gift guide for kids. I’m very excited about my partnership with them because their products are such high quality and when personalized are thoughtful and fun gifts all year round. There are a bunch of other really cool products that feature artwork from artists all over the world.
Here are the three products of mine that were featured in their gift guide:
After I made the Christmas character popsicle ornaments, I started brainstorming ideas for other ornaments that would be fun. Check these out! My husband definitely thinks they turned out cool, however, I think they would be difficult for our 3 year old to make (since the pieces of cut foam were small and hard to handle). Here’s a list of the materials I used: colored foam, scissors, glue, tongue depressors, paint, and ribbon. First I created a template to cut out the pieces from foam and then glued them together. Darth’s face was a little difficult because I wanted to give it depth and was only using black foam. It would have been great to find dark gray but I think the end result worked out well. You could even use these as puppets!
My three-yea-old is finally old enough to be interested in making Christmas ornaments. We tried last year when he was 2 1/2 but it was difficult to keep him interested. This year I was looking on Pinterest for ideas and came across A Day of Wonders’ popsicle stick snowmen. I showed him the idea and he was really excited so we decided to expand the cast to the whole Christmas gang!
Here is what you need:
The ribbon we attached to hang them with isn’t pictured but you could also just attach an ornament hook.
You could also get creative and use other materials – anything you can glue onto a popsicle stick.
Also: we used tongue depressors which are a little wider and allowed more room for faces, but that title didn’t sound as appealing.