This Magazine Christmas Angel craft is made from two magazines. It’s a classic recycling project and makes a great centerpiece.
Give an interactive, edible gift that’s sure to get any candy lover in the spirit of Christmas! This gift is […]
This simple gingerbread man ornament looks great hanging from a Christmas tree, doorknob or anywhere else you want to add […]
Make a cute little snowman using a light bulb. It’s a great recycling project that’s lots of fun for winter.
This cute craft project is fun to make and only requires a few inexpensive supplies. The kids will love making […]
Turn a box and empty cardboard tubes into a colorful desk organizer. It’s easy to do and a great way […]
Turn an old sweater into a soft and snuggly owl baby toy. It’s a great project to accompany the story […]
Turn a paper sack into a paint-splattered monster puppet. It’s messy, but so much fun!
Making bookmarks with images from gift wrap is a fun reading-related project! Keep some and give away more as gifts.
Stuff the Turkey is the perfect party game for Thanksgiving. It’s so simple to make and a lot of fun […]
This cute cat is stuffed full of gifts for those with feline friends. It starts with an empty container.
Make Halloween bright (and spooky!) with these Spider Nest Lanterns. They start with 2-liter bottles.
Recycle a Keurig K-Cup pod into a fancy, fun fascinator hat. This adorable hat is fun for tea parties, brunch, or […]
Turn a cardboard tube into a jumping shark. This easy craft can be made as friendly or scary as you […]
Enjoy crochet? Turn empty containers and yarn into works of art that can hold all sorts of things.
Turn a plain box into something special by altering it with a completed coloring page. It’s a great way to […]
Grab some crayons, a pumpkin, and a hair dryer to create these fun melted crayon pumpkins with a twist. It […]
This scuba diver costume is so clever! It’s inexpensive and really easy to pull together.
Turn empty containers into monsters with this cool, glow-in-the-dark bowling game. It’s great fun for your Halloween party.
These Fine Motor Spiders are a great way to have some fun while developing your little one’s fine motor skills, […]
Make a fun Halloween game using egg cartons and golf balls. It’s perfect for a classroom project or a neighborhood […]
Use a map to create a beautiful canvas of the place your family calls home. This makes a wonderful gift, […]
This adorable Frog Bookmark will help you find your place in your favorite book. You can use this idea to […]
Yummy Mummy Treat Cups For less than $5.00, you can make enough of these cute little yummy mummy treat cups […]
Sandwich Box Monster Who knew the empty box that holds your sandwich bags could make such a cute little monster? […]
Turn rolls of toilet paper into fun Halloween characters, then use them to play a bowling game. After Halloween is […]
Use chipboard and yarn to make a simple kumihimo bracelet to wear or share. We used patriotic colors, but any […]
This is a fast and fun fall craft that is suitable for young kids to do with help or for older kids […]
Make this ‘T is for Tree’ craft during T Week or a as part of a study of trees. This fun […]
Turn a plastic spoon and a few other common materials into a working catapult. It’s safe and very kid-friendly.