Take Barbie sailing for her birthday in a homemade bath craft. Made from recycled soda bottles, it will take Barbie […]
When it’s too cold to play outside, challenge the family to see who can catapult mini marshmallows to hit targets! […]
Create a one of a kind piece of art for your home. Gather your family together and think of sentences […]
Make a pair of binoculars with some things you probably already have. All you’ll need is cardboard tubes, glue and […]
A super cute and simple treat bag made from paper plates. Your kids will love making these adorable Santa Treat […]
Children will love making this puppet. The head & hands are made from kitchen foil!
A keepsake ball ornament using your child’s hand to make the snowman & snow. Then paint on the snowman accessories. […]
This simple Christmas ornament is made by gluing 20 circles together into a sphere. With step-by-step photo instructions, even young […]
These quick and simple craft mummies made with muslin dolls and cheesecloth are a perfect addition to your Halloween decor!
Turn 2 liter bottles into fun, colorful, candy-gorging monsters for Halloween. They are perfect for parties or just as decoration.
Instead of using apples, these Shrunken Heads are made with potatoes for a fun and gruesome Halloween decoration!
Little girls will love making and playing with this mini fairyland.
Put those old wooden spoons to a new use (or you can always buy a new set for this fun […]
The ultimate in cardboard accessorizing. All you need is 2 plates, a stapler and some decorations.
Make a gladiators helmet cardboard and a stapler. A must have accessory for your toddling Trojan.
Here’s a fun and easy way to teach kids (ages 2-6) about their emotions!
A fun way to recycle your cereal boxes into a cute fall centerpiece. Make scarecrows from recycled cardboard!
If escaping to a tropical island isn’t an option, try eating one instead!
The Tattle Monster is a friendly little monster ready to listen and gobble up those unwanted tattles young kids so […]
Who could resist this adorable little butterfly? Especially since it’s edible! Now it’s okay to play with your food!
Creating a mold with wet sand and then casting objects with plaster of paris. A great project for your school […]
Create a masterpiece with colored salt and glue. Loads of fun and a project that will bring plenty of smiles.
Use sand molds and store bought marshmallows to create this adorable gold fish. Great for a pool or beach party.
Make a wrapped lemon drop necklace. Perfect for a make-and-take party favor.
It’s super easy to make these Footprint Bumblebees with your kids – make them into a card for any occasion!