All you need to make an aquarium is a paper plate and a few basic craft supplies. Great for displaying […]
Use felt, flowers, sequins, ribbons and trims to make gorgeous masks for Mardi Gras. A stunning project that is easy […]
Use ingredients you probably already have in the house to make some great (and cheap) bubble solution!
Kids will love making this fun, inexpensive, shoebox penguin craft. The adorable penguin can double as storage for the a […]
Make snacking fun (and super cute!) with these Beautiful Butterfly Snack Clips. Super easy and fun to make!
Your Lego fan will absolutely love helping to make his or her own minifig birthday shirt! Requires some sewing skills.
Make these Bead and Pipe Cleaner Bracelets for dress up fun or as a Mardi Gras accessory.
Create your own rainbow blocks to teach about colors, and then let your child “build” a rainbow.
These fun masks are easy to make and festive to wear! Great for Mardi Gras or just for playing around.
Make these colorful shamrock potato stamps to decorate cards or wrapping paper, or just for stamping fun!
Make these adorable gold topped rainbow salt art jars for St. Patrick’s Day. A fun decoration the kids will love […]
Use oven bake clay to make these easy monogram charms with your kids for a simple handmade gift they can […]
Make cool looking “pop art” with your kids’ drawings using Inkodye. Fun, easy and makes great handmade gifts from kids.
These three snacks are each inspired by a different Dr. Seuss classic. The tutorial includes the printable.
Make a healthy snack that looks just like Dr. Seuss’ beloved character, The Lorax. Best for older children or teens […]
Celebrate Dr. Seuss with these Wocket in My Pocket Cupcakes. Fun to make and eat!
Create an adorable sandwich inspired by Dr. Seuss’ Cat in the Hat. A fun way to celebrate the classic book […]
Serve a tasty lunch inspired by Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax. Fun and easy!
These tasty Truffula Tree Cupcakes are the perfect treat to follow Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax. Cute and fun!
Celebrate Dr. Seuss with this sweet treat: cookies that look like green eggs. Fun, easy, and tasty!
Transform an empty cardboard tube into the beloved Horton, from Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who. A great project to […]
Here’s a fun activity to do after reading Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax. Young children practice fine motor skills, counting and […]
Have fun turning your kids head shots into winter projects for all to enjoy.
Did you know Dr. Seuss’ birthday is March 2nd? Give your kids a fun craft to celebrate with by making […]
Print the free frames with a great Dr. Seuss Quote and what the kids have fun coloring and hanging up […]
Create a rainbow from wire and buttons with silver lines felt clouds to hang from your bedroom or playroom ceiling.
4 fun and free pages to print, color and hang to create a vibrant banner, which will hopefully help spring […]
Reuse an old cardboard pencil box, ping pong balls, a mint tin and fabric scraps to make this box of […]
Make your own homemade window clings with just some paint, a pattern if you’d like, and a zipper bag and […]
Can’t hand out homemade treats at school for your child’s birthday? Try this fun and memorable way to celebrate any […]