Cabin Fever Crafting
Join us for free kits of supplies and step-by-step videos to keep your little ones happily creating at home. Cabin Fever Crafting provides fun and hands-on activities for young artists ages 4 - 8 and their siblings and grown-ups.
Stop by the Auditorium every other week to pick up a free kit of supplies from the tote curbside (outside the doors with the salmon mural).
Tune in here for an instructional video to go along with your craft. Follow along in real time for instruction and tips. Feel free to pause, go back, or skip ahead as you need to.
If you miss the supplies pick-up you may have supplies at home to participate. Check the supplies list beneath each video.
Cabin Fever Crafting Episode Four: Wax Paper Stained Glass
Need to have: colored tissue paper, wax paper, glue, water, cup/jar/bowl for watery glue
Nice to have: paint brush, scissors, construction paper for borders
Free supplies available starting 1/18(until supplies run out) from 10am-4pm outside the Auditorium.
Follow along with Rory and make your very own wax paper stained glass! Pause the video when you need to, and skip ahead or go back when you need to. Be creative and make your own unique craft.
0:00 - 0:40 - Introduction
0:40 - 1:10 - Supplies overview
1:10 - 2:36 - Preparing the glue/water solution
2:36 - 4:10 - Wax paper preparation
4:10 - 11:05 - Applying the tissue paper to the wax paper
11:05 - 15:29 - Attaching a border & cutting it out
15:29 - 18:45 - Additional inspiration & sign off
You can catch any of our Cabin Fever Crafting videos at https://vimeo.com/kodiakarts
Cabin Fever Crafting Episode Three: Eagles
Follow along with Rory and make your very own eagle! Pause the video when you need to, and skip ahead or go back when you need to. Be creative and make your own unique craft.
0:00 - 1:40 - Introduction
1:40 - 2:42 - Supplies overview
2:42 - 5:47 - Tracing and cutting out the eagle's body
5:47 - 7:54 - Gluing the eagle's body to the background
7:54 - 18:25 - Gluing on the feathers, beak, and eye
18:25 - 23:00 - Making hand print wings with paint
23:00 - 24:32 - Clean up & sign off
Need to have: paper, glue or glue stick, scissors, pencil, paint, safe place to get hands painty
Nice to have: colored paper, a googly eye, paper plate for safe paint-to-hand application