Fem Manuals shares these adorable squirrels made using papier mache over a paper cup armature. Add cardboard arms and legs, a pompom nose, and a fluffy feather for the tail and you have just about the cutest squirrels I've ever seen!
With a little cardboard, string, and a straw you can make this rocket climbing toy in a jiffy and your kids will think you're a genius! Homemade toys are the best and this tutorial at Pink Stripey Socks is an easy one to get started with.
Art Bar shares their paintings on paper bags at Small For Big. I always love the combination of watercolors and oil pastels and this painting, plus the others, are gorgeous examples. It's also a great way to make use of paper bags!
It seems Babble Dabble Do loves paper weaving as much as I do! I'm always amazed at the variety of designs that can be created by making small changes in the paper selection and the cutting pattern. Check out this great tutorial for a classic kids activity!