Make fun pretend magic potions and wood cabinet from upcycled items with your child. Great for imaginative play.
Upcycle this common recyclable into the perfect-sized container for crayons on-the-go! Let your child choose how to personalize it!
Super easy and quick treat cups for St. Patrick’s Day from repurposed yogurt cups.
A quick, easy and fun Mardi Gras treat cup using a repurposed yogurt cup.
Masks are a fun part of the Mardi Gras tradition. Make your own sparkly masks with a few basic craft […]
Glitter mugs are so fun! Buying one in a store, however, will cost you upward of $16 EACH. Using Martha […]
This pretty votive is fun and easy to make. It can be used for home decor or you can even […]
A simple and fun tutorial for how to make glass magnets using your own designs and words. Swedish-themed magnets used […]
Whether it’s a birthday, Father’s Day or Christmas, this clipboard decorated with dad’s favorite rides (or sports, etc) makes a […]
Ready for Thanksgiving? Here’s a last minute DIY to spruce up your table and a craft that the kids can […]
In honor of The Hunger Games movie, make these fun wearable book page charms!
This cute little turtle is made using paper mache, fabric and Mod Podge. A fun activity for a rainy afternoon.
Upcycle your glass bottles into festive fall decorations! Decoupage and tissue paper give you the color and your imagination provides […]
These pumpkin magnets are as easy to make as they are cute. Add faces for Halloween-themed magnets or keep them […]
Make fun magnets from family photos. A great way to capture those fun vacation moments or create gifts for the […]
These cute key toppers allow you to keep track of which key is which and makes them easy to find […]
Make a fun and colorful charm for your backpack! Perfect for back to school or any time of the year.
A perpetual calendar is a wonderful project to make for yourself or as a gift. This one is easy to […]
Gather up your fabric scraps and make some one-of-a-kind postcards that you can really mail! Such a great way to […]
Use tissue paper and Mod Podge to change a plain clipboard into a work of art! These clipboards make a […]
Use up some of your fabric scraps and make these fun and easy fabric bowls. A great project for children […]
These story stones provide a super opportunity for imaginative play, and there’s some great sensory stuff going on too: the […]
Use craft paints and Mod Podge to create a colorful, temporary mosaic on your window. Kids will love to mix […]
Use decoupage medium to apply small bits of fabric to these adorable denim ringed pots. Great for Mother’s Day or […]
Make a durable book cover that feels like vinyl using a paper grocery bag, scrapbook paper and Mod Podge! Great […]
Make these easy Mod Podge Coasters to brighten up your house and encourage your kids to use them! After all, […]
This simple craft is a great way to get your family ready for Lent. Children will have fun creating this […]
Turn that used/wrinkled tissue paper into a beautiful sun catcher. Each is one of a kind. This makes a wonderful […]
Turn your empty jars and wrinkled tissue paper into a beautiful heart luminary. Add a tea light candle or battery […]
Make a cute gift box that will be as treasured as the gift it holds. They are easy to customize […]