Transform a plain canvas tote into an adorable ruffled trick-or-treat bag. For upper elementary age children with some experience with […]
These Nutter Butter bats are as easy to make as they are delicious. Fun for any Halloween celebration.
Here’s a craft you can do with just hot glue, paint and any seeds, nuts and twigs you find on […]
Transform a pants hanger into a cute school-themed display for your child’s masterpieces. A wonderful way to showcase children’s art.
Paint your own dishwasher-safe mugs with a fun and unique monster design. Makes a great gift, especially when filled with […]
These paper plate sharks are easy to make and suitable for even the youngest of crafters. Each shark is one-of-a-kind […]
Use an old cereal box to make these cardboard glasses! Fun for everyday play or great for a Halloween costume.
A simple felt play scene for fall! Attach felt to a felt board for plenty of imaginative play time. Teach […]
Design and construct your own beautiful necklace pendant using an ordinary plastic milk bottle lid. A fun craft for the […]
If your kids like to pick up sticks take them home and make a piece of stunning art. This driftwood […]
Create stunning works of art with magic marbleizing. Use this quick-and-easy technique along with a favorite photo to create a […]
Turn a paper or foam cup into a spider. Follow the directions to make a cute and friendly version or […]
Use plastic spider, bat and skull rings to make an awesome Halloween hairdo! Perfect for any girl who wants to […]
Learn all about symmetry using natural objects. A great outdoor project for spring, summer or fall.
Cover cheap magazine files with fabric for a custom fun look. Get organized in style! A great project for teenage […]
Make a set of these pretty storage jars by dotting clean jars with puffy paint. An easy project the kids […]
These protein-packed, sweet and fruity treats are perfect for lunch boxes this school year. Also great for an after school […]
Kids will love helping to make these easy, cheesy chicken roll-ups! Perfect for National Chicken Month and quick back-to-school dinners.
Everyone will love having this paper-plate spider candy holder hanging around! Fun and easy to make.
Turn an empty milk jug into a colorful monster, perfect for Halloween. Use pom poms, yarn, tape, fabric, or anything […]
These bats are adorable and hold a candy surprise inside. Any child would love to make (or receive!) these for […]
This Halloween mummy craft is fun for the youngest of crafters. All you need is construction paper, gauze, and googly […]
These beautiful pumpkins look challenging to make but they are surprisingly easy to do. Use whatever orange cardstock, patterned paper, […]
Celebrate National Peanut Day on September 13th with yummy no-bake Peanut Butter Haystacks. They’re perfect for little hands to help […]
A fun project for back to school season or any time of the year. Recycle some old jeans and create […]
This “ghoulish snack” makes a great treat for Halloween school snacks or as a kid friendly party favor. Not only […]
Use duct tape to create a library card holder to attach to your library bag. A fun and organized way […]
Use a cup and mini cupcake liners to create a fun utensil holder. See what our trick is to keep […]
For Halloween this year make these eerie ghosts from yarn and white glue. They are super easy, inexpensive, and fun […]
Make native-inspired art on faux animal hides. It all starts with an old paper bag. A great history project!