Create adorable clay snowmen magnets and fun matching note paper. It makes a great gift for just about anyone.
Use clay to make a winter fairy village. There’s so much room for creativity!
This fun twist on the classic gingerbread house uses two things kids love: Legos and playdough! Brick by brick, kids can […]
This easy holiday play dough has only four ingredients. Use it with cookie cutters to make Christmas ornaments.
Know someone who loves donuts? Make this fun and easy clay donut ornament to tie onto their gift and hang […]
Follow the simple directions to make air-dry paper clay. This inexpensive material can be used for paper mache and a […]
Make durable salt dough ornaments that smell and look like gingerbread cookies. They look great on the Christmas tree and […]
Follow the easy recipe to make peppermint play dough that smells like the holidays. Then pair it with straws to build […]
Try this beautiful, organic take on classic salt dough ornaments. Use colorful, natural seeds and nuts to let your creativity […]
Make these cute little Scandinavian tomte Christmas ornaments for your tree this year. These mythical creatures also make fun gift toppers.
Make a mini colorful cornucopia filled with fruits and flora. With air-dry clay, craft paint and some paper leaves, it’s […]
Use air dry clay to make a faux sundae that looks good enough to eat. Even better, there is money […]
These playful Halloween Ghosts are made from homemade playdough. This craft is a fabulous sensory experience for little hands.
These glow-in-the-dark monster eyeball key chains are a great alternative to candy for trick-or-treaters or a classroom party. They’re easy […]
Make clay sculptures based on the melting clocks Salvador Dali’s painting, ‘The Persistence of Memory’. This is a wonderful activity […]
Make these fun little monsters out of homemade playdough. This craft will delight the youngest of crafters!
Create beautiful rainbow leaves from pressed salt dough. Kids will love this pretty, nature-inspired craft.
Use homemade clay to make these cute pumpkin toppers and holder. They’re a fun way to add a fall touch […]
Use a silicon mold and quick-drying cement (or any sort of dough or clay) to make awesome Pac-Man magnets. They […]
Create clay maps of special places in your city or state or elsewhere in the world. It’s a great way to […]
This play dough is made of entirely edible ingredients, so it’s safe for the even the youngest of crafters. It is […]
Kids will love using microwave-activated puffy paint to sculpt their favorite fair foods. It’s a great summer activity.
The worst thing about sandcastles is that they don’t last very long. Here’s a long-lasting version you can do at […]
Use sand to make a fun play dough that is easily moldable into shapes. Try using it to make a […]
These oven-baked clay coasters are such a fun craft and functional too. Pick clay in your favorite colors then create […]
Combine cornstarch and shaving cream together to make a batch of foam dough for an afternoon of play. It’s a […]
This adorable clay crab makes a fun necklace, zipper pull or keychain. It’s so easy to do!
This homemade play dough is super silky and soft and is made with only two ingredients: corn starch and hair […]
Create whimsical finger puppets using air-dry clay. Once you know the basic steps, the possibilities are endless!
This play dough is made using salt, flour, water and food coloring. Add glitter for more interest and sparkle!