In January we started with Letter A week and this week wrapped up Letters X, Y, and Z for our weekly alphabet challenge - #ArtTheAlphabet! So many fun art, craft and play activities for each letter of the alphabet. Our X, Y, and Z projects are below:

X is for Xylophone! Click here for full tutorial.

Y is for Yogurt! We upcycled a yogurt cup to make this classic ball and cup DIY game. Click here for full tutorial. 

Y is for Yeti Small World! Click here for full tutorial.

Z is for Zebra! We couldn't resist making the colorful stripes for this rainbow zebra version. Click here for full tutorial.

What a fun series this has been! Each week, so many creative accounts have provides amazing ideas for each letter. If you are planning a preschool unit with each letter of the alphabet, be sure to check out the projects under #ArtTheAlpabet on Instagram for so much inspiration!

So many amazingly fun projects for #ArtTheAlphabet Letter W Week! Preschool, toddler and school age kids arts, crafts and play inspiration all week. Sharing our Letter W projects are below:

W is for Watermelon! Click here for full tutorial.

W is for Weather Wheel! Click here for full tutorial.

W is for Watch! Click here for full turotial.

Next week is the last week of this round of #ArtTheAlphabet - we are combining Letters X, Y and Z. It has been to much fun and there are more than two thousand ideas under the hashtag to date!

It was a very fun Letter V Week! Sharing our letter V projects below:

V is for Vehicle Painting! Click here for full tutorial.

V is for Violet Wrist Corsage! Click here for full tutorial.

V is for Venus Fly Trap! Click here for full tutorial.

V is for Verde - Our Little Green Cactus! Click here for full tutorial.

On to Letter W Week starting tomorrow! Can't wait to share all of our Letter W projects!

This lovely flower corsage is made almost entirely from recycled materials - egg carton, shredded paper and a cardboard tube!

Start with:

  • Cardboard Egg Carton
  • Shredded Paper
  • Pom Pom
  • Cardstock
  • Cardboard Tube
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Paint
  • Paintbrush

Create it!

Step 1: Paint several sections of egg carton and allow it to dry.

Step 2: Cut out the circle portion of the painted egg carton and glue some shredded paper to the center.

Step 3: Glue a pom pom to the center of the shredded paper.

Step 4: Cut a portion from the cardboard tube for the corsage wrist band and cut a slit in one end.

Step 5: Glue the egg carton flowers to the wrist band.

Step 6: Cut leaves from cardstock.

Step 7: Glue the leaves to the corsage.

There are so many recycled materials that can be turned into something fun!