A fun Sunday school activity that celebrates Lent. Kids of all ages can take part in assembling these clothespins on […]
Don’t throw away those Easter egg shells – use them to make pretty collages. A fun way to teach children […]
Here’s an adorable paper plate leprechaun for toddlers and preschoolers to make for St. Patrick’s Day. Hang him on the […]
Our window mosaic has the appeal of stained glass without the price.It’s so easy kids can help and best of […]
Turn cheap plastic combs and paint into a day of painting fun! A fun “hand on” (or in!) project for […]
Let your little ones finger paint a large piece of foam board – then use their creations to make beautiful […]
Create pretty textured art work using only paint and golf balls! Keep the mess to a minimum by containing the […]
Recycle colorful magazine pages into beautiful works of art. Kids of all ages can help to cut out heart shapes […]
Silly monsters made by your little ones with painted hands! Every monster will grow fun characteristics as they decorate them […]
To celebrate Scottish Burn’s Night (25th January), we made a splatter paint Haggis with paint and toothbrushes. Kids will have […]
Make a water garden masterpiece likeMonet. Art work made beautiful using tissue paper.
A great rainy or snowy day project to have some messy fun! Made from pantry items, even the youngest can […]
A sentimental art project to be treasured for a very long time. Frame this pretty handprint design for a wonderful […]
It’s hard to tell that this sports plaque starts out as a piece of recycled cardboard. Kids can pick their […]
Create a one of a kind piece of art for your home. Gather your family together and think of sentences […]
Create a special place for your athletes to display all of their sports memorabilia by using their outgrown sports shirts. […]
Make your own modern art masterpiece by melting crayons. Then stand back and marvel in the interesting results!
A yarn art project to keep the kids busy during winter break! Show them how to craft a favorite holiday […]
Using everyday household items, salt and chalk, kids can create their own special works of art!
This friendly little skeleton, made from Q-Tips, will add some fun to your Halloween décor.
Use watercolor paints and a splatter affect to create this fun outer space piece of art.
You’re going to love these paintings made with glue and salt. Find out where the colors come from!
Have some fun trying different shapes and objects made from paper pulp! great project for younger kids.
Painting on mini easels is a fun way to bring out the little artist in a child!