Crafts

Glass Jar Aquarium

Glass Jarrr Aquarium

Yarrr little ones will treasure this aquarium that you can assemble in a few minutes. It won’t require any cleaning (or FISH) to look great!

Paper Pirate Ships

ARR-igami Paper Pirate Ships

Fold, fold, fold yarrr boat… ;-) Practice ARRR-igami with your kids and impress them with your boat-folding skills!

Pirate Story Stones

Pirate Story Stones

Get yarrr markers ready! With these story-building stones on hand, you’ll always have a fresh story to tell. Just grab a new stone when ye want the story to take a turn!

DIY Puzzle Blocks

With a portrait puzzle, you can bring yarrr family together whenever you want. Literally! Paste a picture on each side for extra possibilities.

Cardboard Tube Parrots

Cardboard Tube Parrots

Did yarrr kids know cardboard tubes can transform into parrots with construction paper and a little imagination? String a pair of pipe cleaners through the base to turn them into bird bracelets!

Calm Bottle Craft

Calm Bottle Craft

Explorers of all ages will enjoy this simple and calming craft. Once it’s finished, take a deep breath and give it a shake. Then sit back and relax as the glitter settles!

Pirate Ship in a Bottle

Pirate Ship in a Bottle

Capture the ocean in a bottle—ship and all—using layers of construction paper. All aboard!

Pot O' Gold Plates

Pot O' Gold Plates

What’s better than a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow? A pot of gold AND a plate full of Pirate’s Booty®!

Buried Treasure Rocks

There’s treasure hidden in these hand-crafted rocks. Drop them in some vinegar, then watch the magic happen!

3D Paper Crunchy

3D Paper Crunchy

It’s a bird… It’s a paper plane... It’s our Pirate’s best friend, Crunchy! Make one for yarrrself, matey!

Plastic Bag Jellyfish

When you give yarrr kids a “pet jellyfish,” you’ll make all their friends super jelly! To craft a pet jellyfish of your own, cut a square out of a plastic bag. Draw a face in the center, then wrap a rubber band around the same general area. Leaving the center intact, cut the bag into strips and add tentacles using a marker. Drop in your favorite bottle along with food coloring and glitter. Enjoy!

Fake-out Foods

These food-focused pranks won't require much effort or planning to pull off—and they're perfect to play on kids of all ages!

Bottle Cap Guppies

Bottle Cap Guppies

Starrrt saving plastic bottle caps today. In no time, you’ll be able to fill a construction paper pond with fish of all colors and sizes!

Treasure Hunt Cards

Treasure Hunt Cards

Ye won’t need to do any digging to have fun hunting for treasure. Here’s how to keep yarrr kids entertained and running around the house!

Pom Pom Cannon

Ready. Aim. Fire! Yarrr kids will have a *blast* with this nearly noise-free pom pom cannon—easily constructed from a balloon and plastic cup.

Treasure Hunt Bottle

Keep yarrr kids occupied during long car rides with a buried treasure bottle. Hide a handful of tiny treasures in a clear plastic bottle, and tell yarrr kids not to stop turning it until they’ve discovered everything!

DIY Cup and Ball Shark

DIY Cup and Ball Shark

This shark won’t bite. In fact, she’s up for a few games! Crafted using paint, a plastic water bottle and a cork.

Mini Message in a Bottle

Mini Message in a Bottle

This bottle be small but it can deliver a meaningful message. Make one for yarrrself to keep on hand or give it to someone special!

Pirate Hop Scotch

Pirate Hop Scotch

With some colorful chalk and a clean sidewalk, ye can map out yarrr own pirate adventure, hop-scotch style! Add a whirlpool or two to make your mates dizzy, a ”wooden” plank to walk, and a few waves to hop over!

Choose-an-Adventure Sticks

Choose-an-Adventure Sticks

These popsicle stick suggestions ARRR no joke! ;-) Write yarrr favorite summer activities on clean popsicle sticks. When you’re bored—or it’s just too hot outside to think—pick one and start having some fun!

Fork Pufferfish Painting

Fork Pufferfish Painting

Pour out a little paint… Then stick a fork in it! ;-) Ye can recreate this fun pufferfish painting using a plastic fork instead of a brush and a piece of construction paper acting as yarrr canvas.

Pumpkin Eyepatch

Pumpkin Eyepatch

Sometimes, the cheesiest jokes lead to the best Halloween costumes—like this eye-catching and adorable ”pumpkin patch!”

Foam Pumpkin Decorating

Ye don’t have to carrrve pumpkins to make them smile! This kid-friendly approach doesn’t involve any sharp objects or special tools—just some Velcro dots and foam paper!

Snowman Snack Cups

Snowman Snack Cups

Yarrr kids just might begin to dance around when ye give them one of these adorable snowman cups—especially if ye fill it with Pirate’s Booty!

Kinetic Sand

Ye can still spend the day playing in the sand even if it be raining outside! Here’s how you can make your own kinetic sand using household ingredients (and sand, of course).

Pirate Photo Props

Arrr you ready for your close-up? Spend the night IN taking photos with these pirate-themed props. Use craft foam, skewer sticks and glue. Voila!