Use marshmallow topped brownies and some candy melts to create these ghoulish treats.
This cool little goblin is perfect for Halloween, but would be great any time of your for the monster buff.
These spooky ghosts are much easier than they look. Kids will love making these little spooks.
These clever tablecloth clips will be your new picnic favorites.
While he won’t really being scaring any crows away, he sure will look cute on your porch!
What a fun project for Halloween, this cute candy corn family is a great fall display!
Here is a fun and healthy Halloween snack made out of fruit and pretzel sticks. A great after school snack!
Great for Father’s Day or for that sporty kid in your life!
Oh the possibilities! Fun eyeball decorations for Halloween, the kids will love making these.
Make a fun Halloween decoration using poster board and glitter paint.
Ask your Mummy to bake some mummy cookies for you! These little guys are all wrapped up and just waiting…
Greet this year’s trick or treaters with a frightfully fun lighted path to your door. Kids can make these fun…
Here’s a fun idea using yarn and a fork. The result is this cute Halloween spider!
A great suncatcher made from tissue paper and construction paper. A great fall or Halloween project for little ones.
Wow your kids with these little aquariums in a jar. perfect for a beach party!
Use shimmery glass pebbles to decorate a frame and hold your family photos!
Want a festive decoration that won’t clutter up your porch? Try a patch of mini pumpkins small enough to fit…
Rice Krispie treats made to look like candy corn! A fun Halloween treat.
Here are 4 cute Halloween finger puppets to make with pipe cleaners and pom poms – easy enough for kids…
Looking for something fun and tasty to give to your favorite teacher? Bake a batch of these cinnamon sugar cookies…
There are so many uses for felt flowers–from homemade barrettes and pins and headbands to dressing up magnets, frame/wreath accents,…
Celebrate Fall with these paintings! Kids use a unique process to create Birch trees and sponge on leaves.
Make these super-easy chocolate spider pops for Halloween
make cute little monsters with peach pits! This is a great Project for Preschoolers as well as older kids.
The kids will love this fun and easy Frankenstein S’mores Pop!
All eyes will be on you when bite into these creepy looking treats!
Have some fun creating “Jack Pops” using the printables to create his body. Jack Skellington Fans will love to eat…
These cheesy quesadillas are an easy-to-make after school snack that your kids can whip by themselves or with very little…
Invite the Halloween spirits to dance around your tombstone cups. Ghosts and goblins alike will enjoy these chocolately good treats.
Salt dough is fun to work with and you can make so many different things, including this great football!
A fun craft that takes just minutes and looks gorgeous on your Rosh HaShana or fall table.
Take a strawberry, some chocolate melts, watermelon and a toothpick..
Super size a chocolate cake ball into a hairy spider for Halloween.
A cute crow for autumn made from paper plates!
These adorable mummies are easy to make and use a recycled juice box from your child’s lunch.
Make your own soap with creepy crawly spiders inside!