Make these paper wigs for a fun and easy costume! Tools and Materials Plastic grocery bag Scissors Round object to use as a head form (we used a cabbage) Masking tape Newspaper, thin colored paper, or curling ribbon for "hair" Double-sided tape
"Wildwood" is the story of a young girl living in Portland, Oregon, who finds herself in a magical world across the bridge from her hometown. The story was written by Colin Meloy and illustrated by Carson Ellis.
DIY Monogrammed Twig Wreath Ornament - (The little twig wreaths would be cute to decorate natural too instead of spray painting them.) it would also be a pretty idea as a regular sized wreath for a door
Hand painted tree rings - would recommend putting all tree rings on a board (which could be painted a coordinating color to add pop to the art piece. Really neat idea for after school kids. Might just do 9 rings in a square frame!