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10 Cardboard Tube Crafts

We all have cardboard tubes hanging around (you know the cardboard tube you’re left with after the toilet paper is gone), so why not turn them into something fun before recycling them?! Here are 10 craft ideas featuring a cardboard tube. 1) Animals Create an animal using paint, crayons, construction paper markers and/or googly eyes (basically, […]

Thanksgiving Corn Kix Snack Packs

Seeking Thanksgiving day crafts to keep the kids busy? Easily turn brown paper lunch bags into Kix-filled, corn-shaped snacks. These festive favors double as snack packs while waiting for dinner to be served. All you need is paper bags, paint, pencils, scissors and tape. Oh yes, and Kix, of course. To make Thanksgiving Kix snack […]

Thanksgiving Pasta Canvas Art

Thanksgiving pasta art is one of those classic crafts that no one can seem to resist. It’s colorful, has great texture and the limit is only your imagination! To re-create this Thanksgiving project  you’ll need wrapped canvas (burlap or regular white canvas) – this is the canvas that’s wrapped around a wood frame making for […]

Kix Cereal Box Miniature Golf

Raining outside? Or snowing? Are you dreaming of summer and miniature golf? Well, bring some outside love inside with your box of Kix. You can get as creative as you like with this cereal box miniature golf. Find objects around the house, or in the toy bin, that might work as different obstacles. And, if […]

Cereal Box Thankful Turkey by @amandaformaro for Kix Cereal

Thankful Turkey Thanksgiving Table Decoration

Here’s a fun and festive way that your kids can express what they are thankful for this Thanksgiving season. Create an adorable turkey from paper and a recycled cereal box. This turkey makes a great Thanksgiving table decoration and can be filled with silk flowers and leaves or used as a napkin holder! To make […]

Top 5 Grandparent / Grandkid Craftivities

Loom-weave potholders, doily snowflakes, pom-poms: Grandparent crafters made some amazing stuff in their day. We’ve pulled together our five favorite activities from our memories with grandparents, with fun new twists that Grandma and Grandpa will really love (and the grandkids too).   1. Hula-Hoop Throw Rug Turn that pile of never-worn T-shirts into a colorful […]

Fun Food-Art Starfruit Faces

When sliced to take advantage of its five-pointed shape, star fruit is perfect for creating delicious little works of food art—and then gobbling them up! Just gather an assortment of cereal, berries, nuts and some yogurt as food-art fastener (holding blueberries as eyes, etc.), then let your child’s imagination come up with one funny face […]

Sensory Cereal Box

Have you ever made a sensory box for your kids? They provide a fun sensory experience through texture, shape, weight and size. It helps with recognition and muscle memory, and is just plain fun. For older kids you can have them record their observations through touch. It is hard, soft, sticky, big, heavy etc. Start […]

Hieroglyphic Alphabet Magnets @amandaformaro Kix Cereal

Hieroglyphic Alphabet Magnets

Did you know that King Tut Day is November 4th? Here’s a great opportunity to not only teach your kids a little bit about ancient Egyptian culture, but also to help boost their memory skills! This fun game can be played with any child that’s old enough to recognize letters and spell short words. Create […]

Surprise-Inside Kix Corn Muffins

What will your bite into these yummy corn muffins bring? A roasted tomato? Or maybe a hot dog, or gooey cheese. Better yet, a broccoli tree? Hide your kids’ favorites in these Kix corn muffins and let them guess what’s inside.     To make Surprise-Inside Kix Corn Muffins, you will need: 1 to 1 […]

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