Nuts About Letters Printable File Folder Game

Nuts About Letters File Folder Game



Nuts About Letters File Folder Game is available for a small, reasonable fee of $1.75 by Paypal. After receiving a cleared payment you will be taken to a secure link to download your pattern.

Nuts About Letters File Folder Game $1.75

You Will Receive
- 12 Printable pages in full color
- 39 Game Cards
- Game Board
- Instructions how to make the game
-Directions on how to play the game


Fingerprint Bug and Flower Vase

I am always on the lookout for cute craft ideas that I can do with children.  This fingerprint bug flower vase fit the bill.  My neighbor gave me the idea of recycling bottles into vases.

The vases turned out extremely cute!  Since we didn’t have to purchase a container and I had the paints, the budget thanked me too.


Glass Jars (Recycle just about anything)
Frosted Clear Coat Spray Paint
Acrylic Paints
Black Sharpie Markers

1.) Spray your glass container with the frosted clear coat spray. Let the jar dry completely.

2.) Using acrylic paint, dip the child’s fingertips into the paint. The fingerprints become the bodies of bugs and animals.

3.) Use acrylic paint to paint flowers, grass, clouds or additional accents on bugs.

4.) Use black Sharpie to add eyes, legs and additional accents on bugs.


This is an enjoyable project that will allow the children to be creative.  Enjoy watching them create masterpieces!

Want a similar project? Try making fingerprint flower pots.

Fingerprint Flower Pots

This is a fun rainy day activity during the spring or summer.  The flower pots make excellent gift ideas for Mothers Day and Grandparents Day too.


Clay Pots
Acrylic Paints
Black Sharpie
Clear Coat Paint


1.) Paint the flower pot  white.  You will need to paint the pot twice to cover it completely.  Drying between paint coats.

2.) Add any grass, clouds to the pot before placing fingerprints.  It makes it easier to place your bugs.

3.) Place fingerprint bugs. Butterflies can be make by dipping child’s pinkie in purple or pink paint and placing the prints next to each other to create the wings.  For Ladybugs and bees use the child’s thumbprint.  Yellow for bees and red for ladybugs.  A caterpillar can be made by using 4 or 5 green fingerprints in a row.
You can add flowers and just have fun with the design.  You will see that your imagination is the limit.

4.) After the fingerprints are dry, use a black Sharpie to add the details to the bugs.

5.) Spray each pot with clear coat paint to protect the paint design.

Just have fun with this project.  It really does get your creative juices flowing!

Want a similar project? Try making fingerprint flower vases.