How to... Make a DIY Pirate Ship - Red Ted Art - Make crafting with kids easy & fun
A fantastic Pirate Ship How To - step by step photos, show you how to assemble an easy DIY Pirate Ship from old cardboard boxes. Make it any size you want!
A Creative Dream
Looking through the photos I took on Saturday, this has to be one of my favorites...quite possibly my most favorite... I presume this is a father with his daughter, although I could be wrong. It could be an uncle and his niece, a brother and his little sister, it could be a step-father and his step-daughter (although, I count that in the father/daughter category). The important thing here is that this man is supporting this little one, teaching her that these are goals worth working…
Origami Boat and Pirate Ship Craft
Clear picture tutorial and written directions for folding a piece of paper into a boat. Add a few simple items to make an awesome pirate ship craft.
Sailing Ship in Papier Maché lace overlay | Etsy
The stuff that dreams are made of…when venturing about in Neverland or catching up with Winkin, Blinkin and Nod, every small child dreams of one of these charming ships to sail away into the night sky. Given a soft white wash, this beautiful Armada Pirata would look divine in either a boy’s or girl’s room. Equally, they would also add a stunning touch to any room of your choosing. Each little boat is painstakingly made from papier maché, wooden dowel and fabric with string and white buttons…
Sail On, Sailors
The week before Christmas was secretly spent toiling away with newspapers, paintbrushes, a needle and a thread, until the wee hours. Inspired by Ann Wood's beautiful paper mache and vintage textile boats (and following her detailed tutorial), I set about creating little ships for my nephews. Two layers of high school and college sports scores from a shore-area newspaper (so as not to cover the boats with any bad news) were glued and smoothed down, and covered with paint. Green for Nephew…
Pimp Your Crib: Sailing the High Seas
Ahoy lil matey! Tis time to let your sails shine in the morning glory. If you have decorated your tot's room using a beach or ship motif, you should definitely