Make a fun color sorting game that works on fine motor skills. Using a recycled container and straws you can…
Sending these spooky pop-up cards are sure to get lots of smiles!
A cool costume that’s loads of fun to wear!
Appearing friendly by day, these balloon ghosts take on a scary eeriness at night. Find out how…..
Who goes there?!? Turn your trees into scary lawn creatures with just a couple of simple craft items…..
Made from sponges and paint, this cute little candy corn family will bring smiles to those who play with them!
Handprint projects are always fun for little crafters. This one is perfect for Halloween!
Older kids will love the creepiness that these cards add to any Halloween party table. Made from card stock and…
All eyes will be on you when you hand out these eyeball pins to your friends and party goers for…
Keep the kids busy with a fun game of ghost bowling – made from recycled soda bottles!
All dressed up and ready to hold your party treats, these monster bags will work perfectly for a Halloween party…
With a bit of Halloween magic, turn your fall silk leaves into frosty white ghosts.
Ghosts and ghouls light the way for all of your Halloween visitors!
Use textile markers and fabric to create these dolls that are unique to each child’s design.
Pretty leaves made from markers and coffee filters. A fun rainy day fall project.
This Halloween make this super easy and adorable Frankenstein monster pudding cups. Great for a Halloween party.
Using a simple spiral notebook, you can put together this word activity to help your child learn.
A fun and pretty way to grow plants from seed. Make this mini terrarium using a paper cup and a…
Very easy to make, these colorful chore markers provide a fun way to keep your kids on track.
Keep track of your favorite books with this handy bookmark
Make cool and stylish pencil toppers that will inspire your kids to write. Perfect for back to school.
Adorable puppets made from paper bags and embellishments. A great project for the preschool set!
You remember Shrinky Dinks don’t you? Well here’s a tutorial for making your own from recycled plastic!
Have some fun and turn your coffee filters into colorful decorations.