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…
Children will love making this festive Christmas Tree Hat. You can use traditional Christmas colors, or for fun, change it…
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!