You won’t believe your eyes. These shows are SoSatisfying with mesmerizing takes on building your own slime, goop, dough and more!
Cool School’s Crafty Carol
Cool School’s Crafty Carol is a kooky arts & crafts teacher! In her DIY series, she’ll show you how to make fluffy snow slime, glow in the dark slime, and more!
Kooki’s Crafty Show
Kooki’s Crafty Show Season 1 Episode 6 It’s Slime Time Meet Kooki, a wacky red panda who loves to make things. In this episode, learn how to whip up some sparkly, stretchy and squishy slime!
The Awesome Moore Family: Get Creative
Unleash your creativity with the Awesome Moore Family. Join Tamzin, Annelise and Mya in making lots of easy to follow arty projects and crafty ideas like rainbow unicorns and carnival games! This series filled with fun, creative ideas to make and do.
Get ready to laugh with the Doh-Dohs and their friends in a PLAY-DOHMATION world. They get up to all sorts of crazy antics! Watch them find creative solutions to all kinds of colorful and funny situations.
Play-Doh: Oddly Satisfying
Explore an ooey-gooey world of fun! Watch closeups of Play-Doh get squished and squashed in super slow motion. Hear the soft snaps and pops of slime as the vibrant colors and textures mix and blend. It’s the best way to relax and unwind!
Meet Karina Garcia, better known as the “Queen of Slime”! Tune in to watch her make a DIY mesh slime ball and glue-free slime. Feeling crafty? Join her in making the top 10 viral slimes!
Will it Slime?
Ever wondered how to make slime the best way? “Will It Slime?” is the best place for the best slime. Test different slime recipes in this series to find out which ones work and which ones don’t. Don’t miss out on the giant slimes, hacks, and fun experiments!
Sensory Play (Classy.TV)
Learn how to make your own play dough at home in this curriculum-driven series from Classy.TV, led by real educators. Then, take your homemade play dough and turn them into a cute family portrait!
Please ensure adult supervision for any DIY crafts.
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Creatively Satisfying Craft Ideas for Adults With Disabilities
Just like you and me, these adults can enjoy indulging in a variety of tasks and crafts that will keep them busy. Simple yet engaging to create, crafts not only bring that creative impulse out, but also they make a person feel independent and can serve as a great mode of teaching and inculcating kids’ interest towards the things they tend to be ignorant about.
Around 10 per cent of the world’s population, or 650 million people, live with a disability. They are the world’s largest minority.
While it is true that people with disabilities need a tad bit of extra attention, you need not be fussing over them every single moment of their waking time. Keeping them busy with activities will ensure they are entertained and eventually be capable of standing on their own feet. Art and craft has the ability to mold a person in innumerable ways, this includes building confidence levels and serving as an opportunity to express oneself without any restrictions.
The best thing about keeping people with disabilities occupied with crafts is that you give them an opportunity to create something new. This in turn helps build their morale and zeal to live a fun-filled life. By teaching them arts and crafts you do not restrict them but on the contrary help them overcome life’s challenges.
Engaging in Beading
Engaging adults in bead work seems to be quite an activity by itself. You need to provide them with beads and strings and allow them to create beaded curtains or jewelry. It will take a lot of patience on your part when training them to sequence the beads in the right manner, but it will be worth the effort in the end.
Instead of giving cardboard boxes for recycling, you can cut it up and convert it into something creative. Distribute rolls or strips of cardboard to the adults along with glue. Allow them to create animals or anything that catches their fancy. Do encourage their creativity, and boost them to create more decorative pieces.
Crafting with Clay
You can consider teaching them pottery, with time they are sure to master the skill. If not, continue to encourage the adults to make clay toys that can be sold in the market. You can start by asking them to roll and paste thus creating designs on the exterior of clay pots.
Converting with Fabric
Keeping adults busy with fabric is a fantastic idea indeed. You can get them to transform pieces of fabric into rag dolls. Rag dolls as you know come in different sizes, and creating them will be a fun activity for them.
Reusing and Recreating
Creating greeting cards and lamp posts from waste material always has been a fun activity not just for children but adults as well. I bet they will enjoy this activity that will keep them occupied as well as satisfied. Besides, handmade cards and lamp posts sell like hot cakes in the market, thus proving as a source of income for them.
Playing with Mache
Converting paper mache into masks and decorative items seems to be a pretty good activity to indulge in. You can get them to create bowls, figurines, and toys using paper mache. Do remember to provide them with different paper mache and paint to bring out their creativity.
Little birdies adorning the house plant add to the aesthetic value, don’t you think? provide them with strips of paper and glue and help them create different birds sitting pretty in their nests. These can be used to create unique curtain dividers or used as decoration pieces around the house.
Dramatic with Origami
Teach them the basic origami folds, this will help them create flowers and eventually pretty bouquets. There is no limit to what you can do with origami, and starting of with simple flowers makes sense.
Redecorating with Paint
Household items can be transformed to give it a whole new look. The left alone jars or useless cans can be brought back to use by refurbishing them with paint. Give them the freedom to come up with ideas to redecorate things around them.
There’s lots you can do with a few dried twigs and some decoration items. Provide the adults with the material and guide them to make rustic decorations. These decoration items are sure to draw attention at the local market.
A little bit of wires and beads and stones can be crafted into dazzling trees that can be used to decorate homes. All you need to do is drill tiny holes into the colored stones to pass the wires through. Do remember to give them tongs to twist the wires into place.
How about getting them to pin down things they like and create a unique scrap book. You can encourage them to take pictures or simple sketch them into the scrapbook to make it interesting. If nothing else, a scrapbook will help them relive their fond memories.
All of these activities are sure to help these adults to give a direction to their life. Once each of these skill is mastered they can turn into steady sources of income for them. Encourage them to pursue it with patience and do remember to be patient yourself.
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It's never too late to brush up on some skills you learned as a kid.
I fell in love with crafts when I was a kid absorbing the arts I learned in Girl Scouts and at summer camps. Those plastic lanyard thingies? I made dozens. Hemp and embroidery floss friendship bracelets? I knotted hundreds, possibly thousands.
I never really stopped enjoying "kid" crafts. There's something meditative and freeing about returning to those crafts of your childhood, letting your mind relax as you simply focus on creating something new.
Last summer, when the pandemic kept us from most other activities, friends and I held our own yard game "Olympics" on a camping trip. For the event, we proudly made puffy paint T-shirts featuring our version of the (postponed) 2020 Olympics logo.
This summer, my friend brought a tie-dye kit on one of our trips. The second I started dyeing the shirt I'd brought, I had this sudden urge to dye more things. Really though, I think it was an urge to return to those crafts that our smartphones and computers and TVs have largely replaced as pastimes.
People used to knit and cross-stitch and even make furniture in their free time. Many still do. Summer is as good a time as any to answer the call to return to those simpler activities.
Spend the day journaling at a local park, go on a hike and paint with watercolors, or consider some of these local classes.
Board and Brush offers a variety of projects, including things like painting signs, cornhole boards and decorative storage. boardandbrush.com
SPOKANE ART SCHOOL
From medieval illuminated manuscripts to drawing hands or creating caricatures, Spokane Art School is offering a huge variety of art classes this summer. spokaneartschool.net
CREATIVEBUG VIA SPOKANE COUNTY LIBRARY DISTRICT
At the Spokane County Library District, not only are arts and crafts classes offered in person, but the system also provides access to Creativebug, which offers daily online craft tutorials that library members can access for free. Log in with your library card at proxy.scld.org/login/creativebug
THE PULLMAN ART CAR
With classes at Gladish Community and Cultural Center in Pullman, the Pullman Art Car offers a variety of fun classes, from acrylic paint pouring to glass etching, hand lettering and more. They can also be booked for parties, or you can buy a kit to make at home. thepullmanartcar.com
The collective art space at Emerge allows artists from around the area to offer classes in Coeur d'Alene. Find everything from how to throw clay pots to painting and mixed media classes at emergecda.com/classes. ♦
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BRIDGEWATER, NJ — With more than 3,000 molds, Candyland Crafts in Raritan is whipping up an endless abundance of sweet treats for Halloween.
Barry Krinsky started off as an engineer and then switched modes when he began selling sold to chocolate businesses. Then after selling molds to the former owners for many years, Krinsky took over their business.
Krinsky moved the business to 44 W Somerset St. in Raritan three years ago and is "reinvigorating" the entire sweet shop by offering an extensive list of classes for kids and adults along with endless supplies.
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One favorite family-friendly craft is the chocolate pops which take only minutes to complete. Get a bag of melting chocolate, put it in the microwave for one minute, pour into a mold and then let sit in the freezer for five minutes to cool.
"It's really simple and a great activity for kids," said Krinsky.
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The shop also offers cakes, smash hearts, cake pops, cocoa bombs, chocolate bars, chocolate-covered Oreos, cookies and more. All of the items are available to purchase ready-made or supplies are available to make them yourself.
When the pandemic hit, Store Manager Renee Hambrick said they saw an uptick in chocolate sales.
"People are doing a lot more with chocolate," said Hambrick.
Specifically, in the summer, Hambrick said there were a lot more kids taking the summer camp classes which then led to one boy's own business.
The classes are especially helpful for anyone to learn how to make their own sweet treats. Classes can be designed for children or adults with Friday night's cupcakes and cocktails — which is BYOB.
Krinsky said they have also hosted classes for corporate events as part of a teambuilding experience.
Overall, Krinsky said it offers family fun and a way for others to share a hobby together.
For more information on Candyland Crafts and classes visit candylandcrafts.com or facebook.com/candylandraritan.
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