‘Tis the season to be kooky and spooky! We’ve got you covered with furbulous fall crafts, recipes and printables, like these adorable pumpkin carving printable stencils.
Make this Halloween extra special by using our pumpkin carving stencils to create your jack-o-lanterns! We have four exclusive designs to choose from that are bound to make your neighbors green with envy. Who wouldn’t want this cute glowing pumpkin on their front steps?
Click here to download and print your stencils.
What suggestions do you have for next year’s designs?
By Molly Saunders, Digital Bear
Because we’re all pressed for time and money, I thought I’d share this simple craft for fall. It’s great because you can bring new life to your children’s old T-shirts, and it costs less than five dollars. All you need is an old T-shirt (or something you find at a thrift store) and a bleach pen (be sure to get the one meant “for whites.”) I’d recommend this craft for kids old enough to follow directions and those that enjoy art projects, because this one takes just a little bit of patience.
by Molly Saunders, Digital Bear
If you’re like me, you’re always looking for unique and useful ways to breathe new life into recyclables. Recycling things is great, but reusing is the best way to recycle. It doesn’t take any extra energy, other than your own elbow grease and creativity, to create something new from something that’s already been used. Toilet paper rolls are perfect for lots of different kid-friendly crafts. But if you’re looking for something to satisfy your more sophisticated tastes, follow along with me to find out how to make your very own wall sculpture. Anyone can do this!
by Molly Saunders, Digital (Craft) Bear
You’ve probably heard about the duct tape craft craze sweeping the nation (I know, I know, I just had to use that phrase, been saving it for years.) These are virtually indestructible crafts and these flower pens can be great gifts for teachers or for adding some pizazz to a world filled with gray. See how easy they are to make!
By Brandy Walleshauser from Notimemommy.com
Every time you visit Build-A-Bear Workshop® and buy a cuddly friend, your new furry friend goes home with a Cub Condo®. The question is what to do with the condo after you get home. Well, after having so many Cub Condos, my family came up with a few ways to reuse them.
1. First, there is the simple idea of using your Cub Condo as a home for your new Build-A-Bear Workshop furry friend.
2. Using it as a garage for your die-cast cars.
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Are you on Pinterest? We are! You can find us at http://www.pinterest.com/buildabear. If you have no idea what Pinterest is then here’s the scoop. Pinterest is a place to organize all those recipes and household crafts you find online that you want to make someday when you finally have time to think. But now, instead of wishing and hoping that you would remember where you found them, you can just go to one place: Pinterest! Pinterest lets you create virtual pin boards and organize all the things you find online that you love. Then, here comes the best part, you can go back to them later and actually make them – or buy them, or whatever else you want to do with them.
So we’re on Pinterest too, and if you would like to follow us, you’ll get to see great gift ideas, cool kids crafts, fabulous family recipes (even things the kids will love) and a whole lot more. Just go to www.pinterest.com/buildabear to follow us. If you don’t have a Pinterest account, click the Request Invite button at www.pinterest.com.
We can’t wait to see you there!
-Molly Saunders, Digital Bear