The girls like to "do artwork" every day. I try to break it up and direct them towards different types of activities...
Some days they practice "impressionism" with a blank piece of paper and crayons.
Some days I draw a few things on a piece of paper for them to color (or scribble across, as the case often is), or basic shapes, or write their names in big letters.
Some days I let them use markers, the biggest lure of which is washing their hands in the sink afterwards.
And occasionally, I'm even brave enough to let them use finger paints.
Whatever our medium, the girls usually ask for stickers at some point.
I try to make playing with stickers a constructive activity, at least every other day or so. If I've drawn different shapes on their paper, I might direct them, "Can you put a sticker on the square?" (...not that they always follow directions exactly...).
One activity we've been playing lately is what I call "Sticker Bingo". I draw a grid on a piece of paper, and ask the girls to put one sticker in each box.
This is a particularly good example (excepting one square with three stickers). They don't always turn out this good, but the girls seem to enjoy the game.
I don't think our girls are quite old enough for "crafts" yet, so I'm always on the lookout for little activities I can engage them in...I'd love to hear other ideas!