These pretty paper wooden eggs are fun for kids to make and can be played with long past Easter!
Dr. Seuss Gift in a Jar for Teachers — a fun 15 minute craft that will make a great gift […]
Cutie Crate was upcycled to make an adorable harb garden with some Mod Podge.
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 […]