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Glorious Goblets

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Raise a glass and shout "huzzah!" for the birthday child with these easy-to-make goblets.


What you'll need

  • Glue dots
  • Acrylic jewels
  • Plastic glasses

How to make it

  1. To make these supping vessels, simply use glue dots to attach acrylic jewels to plastic glasses.



Coffee Can Drum

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Kids love music and banging on pots, pans, and plastic containers. Combine their creativity with their musical talent by making this adorable homemade drum. For more great crafts and activities for kids, check out our Camp Crafts, Summer Crafts, and Classic Kids' Crafts.

What you'll need
  • Aluminum coffee can with plastic lid
  • 2 sheets yellow construction paper
  • 1 sheet tan felt
  • ½ sheet magenta felt
  • Magenta yarn
  • 1 rubber band
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick
  • White craft glue
  • 2 wooden dowels
  • 2 small foam balls
  • Blue yarn
Helpful Tip:

To take this project to the next level, have a parent poke a hole on each side of the coffee can before you begin. After pasting on the construction paper, find the holes and poke through, then thread a long piece of cord or yarn through both sides to create a band to go around your neck. Secure the ends by tying then together inside the can then complete the project. The colors chosen for this project are optional; make your drum personal by choosing your own colors. Be absolutely sure that you allow the project to dry completely (overnight is best) before playing your drum. If you don't allow enough time, the drumsticks may fall apart.

How to make it

  1. Remove lid from coffee can and set aside for a later step.

  2. Cover the side of the can with yellow construction paper. Use glue stick to apply glue all over construction paper then press on to the coffee can.

  3. Using the white craft glue, "draw" diagonal lines onto the yellow construction paper. Start at the bottom, go up at a slant to the top, and then go down from there at a slant, creating a triangle. Continue this pattern all the way around the can.

  4. Using magenta colored yarn, follow the glue lines and apply to the can. Do not cut the yarn into pieces; simply follow the lines, gently pressing the yarn into the glue as you go. Cut only once at the end.

  5. Lay tan felt on the work surface.

  6. Pipe white glue around and on the top of the plastic lid.

  7. Place the plastic lid upside down in the center of the tan felt.

  8. Use scissors to trim around the plastic lid, leaving a 1-2" border.

  9. Place the felt-covered plastic lid onto the coffee can and secure.

  10. Wrap the rubber band around the coffee can, securing the tan felt border to the side of the can. Gently pull the felt tight so that the top is smooth.

  11. Cut two ½-inch wide strips from the magenta felt, enough to go around the coffee can at the bottom as well as at the top, around the tan felt, covering the rubber band. Glue in place with white craft glue.

  12. To make the drumsticks, gently insert the end of a dowel into the foam ball. If you press too hard and the dowel goes through, just glue it back together.

  13. Remove the dowel, and then add some white glue to the hole. Reinsert the dowel.

  14. Cover the foam ball with white glue and wrap blue yarn around it until the ball is completely covered. (See image.)

  15. Put some glue on the dowel just below the ball and wrap some excess yarn around it. Trim and smooth in place with your fingers, be sure the end of the yarn isn't sticking out.

  16. Allow everything to dry before playing your new drum!

Back-to-School Notebook Paper Doodle Nails

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When I was in school, I spent a lot of time doodling in the margins of my notebooks. When I look back, I remember those doodles and how adorable they were on the blue lines of paper. This nail art design reminds me of all those doodles, and it's SUPER easy to do!


What you'll need
  • White Nail Polish
  • Light Blue Permanent Marker
  • Pink Permanent Marker
  • Black Permanent Marker
  • Fast Drying Top Coat

How to make it

  1. Step 1

    Start with a plain white nail. I usually use two coats of whatever white polish I am using in order to get full coverage.

  2. Step 2

    Use your light blue marker to draw the lines of the notebook paper.

  3. Step 3

    When you are drawing them, it's okay if they aren't perfect, and if they're a little thicker on one side than the other, because that's what real notebook paper looks like!

  4. Step 4

    They don't have to be totally perfect, either, because you're going to draw doodles on top of them.

  5. Step 5

    Now, take your pink marker and draw a vertical line down the side. 

  6. Step 6

    Your nail looks just like notebook paper! You can stop here and have an adorable back-to-school nail, but why not make it a little more awesome?

  7. Step 7

    Take a black permanent marker and draw any doodle you want!

    I drew hearts, moons, stars, smiley faces, trees, swirls– and anything else I could think of!

  8. Step 8

    When your doodle is finished, let it dry for a bit and finish with a fast drying top coat. Remember to let the marker dry so you don't smear your design!



Chicken Barbecue Quesadillas

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These mini quesadillas are best enjoyed while they're still warm – which gives your child the chance to play party host, walking around with a serving tray of savory appetizers he helped make. Don't forget a bowl of guacamole and a serving spoon so your guests can dip in style.


What you'll need

  • 2 cups cooked chicken, finely chopped
  • 1/2 cup store-bought or homemade barbecue sauce
  • 1 tablespoon minced onion (optional)
  • 8 large flour tortillas
  • 6 to 8 ounces grated Monterey Jack cheese

How to make it

  1. Heat the chicken, barbecue sauce, and onion together in a small saucepan until warmed through. Meanwhile, have your kids use 2 1/2- or 3-inch cookie cutters to cut the tortillas into pairs of matching shapes (ideally, you'll end up with 12 to 16 pairs).

  2. Place one of each pair of shapes on your work surface and sprinkle cheese on them. Add a tablespoon of the chicken mixture and a little more cheese, then top with the matching tortilla shapes.

  3. Right before serving, place the assembled tortillas, a few at a time, on a warmed griddle and cook over moderate heat for 2 minutes on each side. As you cook them, transfer the tortillas to a baking sheet kept in a warm oven until the whole batch is done. Serve at once. Makes 8 to 10 servings.

Foil Feast!

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It remains one of my most vivid childhood food memories. I'm at Camp Fire Girls camp. Hot coals are glowing in a huge cooking grill, and on nearby picnic tables are platters of meat, cheese, and vegetables, a jar of Accent seasoning, and foil sheets. We each make our own dinner by filling a foil packet with whatever we like. After cooking mine on the fire, I dig in as if it were the first time I'd ever tasted food. And, in a sense, it was, because for the first time I had made dinner just the way I wanted it. All that took place more years ago than I care to admit, but foil dinners (what we called hobo stew) are as memorable for kids today as they were back then. As much an activity as a meal, the foil feast here has been updated with a variety of fresh ingredients. Prep as many — or few — as you like, then have everyone customize a packet. Your kids will love being the boss of their own dinners, and you'll appreciate the no-fuss cleanup.



What you'll need

  • Foil
  • Meat (Shrimp, Chicken, Kielbasa, Hamburger)
  • 2 cups beans
  • 2 cups vegetables
  • 2 cups fruit
  • 2 cups nuts
  • 2 cups cheese
  • Flavor Boosters

Look at our Four Flavor Favorites: South of the Border, Mediterranean Coast, Off to Asia and Oktoberfest

How to make it

  1. Prepare the Foil: Cut 18-inch-square sheets of heavy-duty foil. You'll use these in step 5 to assemble your meal.

  2. Choose your meat:

    Chicken: Cut boneless, skinless breasts or thighs into 1/2-inch-wide strips, then season them with salt and pepper. Use up to eight strips per serving.

    Shrimp: Shell the shrimp, then season them with salt and pepper. Use up to 14 shrimp per serving. (We used 21- to 30-count shrimp.)

    Kielbasa: Cut the kielbasa or other cooked, smoked sausage into 4-inch-long pieces, then halve each lengthwise. Use up to four pieces per serving.

    Hamburger: Make 4-inch-wide patties, then season with salt and pepper. Or before dividing up the meat, mix in this flavor booster.

  3. Toss in some extras: Beans, vegetables, fruit, nuts, and cheese all make great add-ins. You can offer an array or just a few —' it's up to you. Allow as much as 2 cups per serving; bite-size pieces work best.

  4. Add a little zip with flavor boosters: Check out our array of herbs and sauces to spice up your meal.

  5. Seal, label, and grill the packets: Make a charcoal fire or heat a gas grill to high (400 F). Have each family member select a mix of ingredients and place them on one side of a piece of foil. Fold over the foil and roll up the edges to seal in juices. For quick cooking, roll the foil as close to the food as possible. Use a permanent marker to label the packets. Lay the packets on the grill, close the lid, and cook until the meat is cooked through. The chicken, kielbasa, and hamburger will need about 15 minutes; the shrimp about 10 minutes.