We repurposed a vintage wooden puzzle with some missing pieces into a rearrangeable magnetic diorama for the fridge — gluing some magnets on the backs of the pieces. It took a few minutes and turned out to be a lot of fun to play with. Details at Windy.
I did a tutorial post today on the Windy blog: easter baskets upcycled from newspaper, lucky star strips & washi tape (full tutorial at link). We also used kool-aid dye for the eggs which smelled nice (boiled eggs, don't smell quite so nice...) This is our neighbour's basket: W, age 4. I did here a little washi tape "W" on the front. My son preferred to make an abstract washi tape sculpture around the table.
This is a post-planetarium craft we did, that I wrote up for Windy this week, taken from DKTL kids. This is the earth, drawn on coffee filter paper with felt pens, then sprinkled with water to become a satellite picture. The pink is an island. The dark green is Africa. The yellow is a beach and the brown is a train station. The light green patches are the ocean. This felt-watercolour technique works pretty well on watercolour paper, too.