Colorful monsters created from paint splotches. No two are ever the same!
This wise owl is made from recycled materials such as tin cans and grocery bags!
Bring the spirit of Thanksgiving to your dinner table by parking the Mayflower right in the middle of it! No…
Show what you’re thankful for this Thanksgiving by personalizing and decorating with these paper chains.
Create your own personalized family trees using your family’s handprints! This project would make a great gift!
Make these brightly colored turkeys for your table by using paint, paper plates and a salad spinner!
It’s easy to make beautiful feathers for your turkey day projects following these simple instruction for making feather rubbing plates….
This colorful paper turkey is dressed in a rainbow of colors from magazine clippings!
Tom turkey tins … perfect to hold Thanksgiving Day snacks! A great classroom or after school activity as well.
Show your friends and family your gratitude for them by making them a turkey treat jar. Fill a small jar…
This gobbler makes a great hostess gift or he can be used to dress up your holiday table.
Soft and plushy these ornaments are fun to make. There are also instructions for making other candy cane ornaments!
Here’s a fun and creative Thanksgiving table centerpiece that spells out a grateful sentiment. This would look great on a…
This cute idea uses a paint dipped handprint to make Rudolph the Reindeer! This one was created by your Fun…
Learn how to use a paper bag and some simple items to create an adorable donkey.
White paper bags and colored papers come together to make these adorable snowmen. (project originally created by Pacon Corporation, these puppets use…
Add some fun and whimsy to your table decorations with these colorful turkeys.
Nothing to get crabby about…this little lobster and his friends will surely make you smile!
The gangs all here and spooling up a bunch of fun!
Looks like our Hero Cat jumped right off the pages of the book!
Work on their cutting skills by assembling these kooky little monsters.
Dress up your Halloween treat bags with Frankie and all of his friends!
These cute little bats are crafted from your kiddos’ hands and feet!
Grab the kids and get ready to have some messy fun making these friendly puffy paint ghosts!
This friendly little skeleton, made from Q-Tips, will add some fun to your Halloween décor.
Kids will love learning this fun nature technique of using the natural color from flowers to create art.
Milk cartons dressed up as haunted house treat boxes…another great recycling project!
A paper bag base and tissue paper leaves is all it takes to make this pretty fall wreath.
This fun skeleton project uses dry pasta noodles as bones! A fun project for Halloween.
The wings from these cardboard tube bats are made from recycled paper bags! An adorable Halloween project.
Color some pumpkin seeds and make beautiful autumn inspired pieces of art!
The ultimate in cardboard accessorizing. All you need is 2 plates, a stapler and some decorations.
These adorable pumpkin and ghost bowls are paper mache projects made from paper bags and tissue paper.
Older kids will love the creepiness that these cards add to any Halloween party table. Made from card stock and…
Here’s a fun project for Halloween. Decorate some notepads for Halloween!
This simple fall handprint craft will delight little crafters.