Tin can lids are a free craft supply! Paint tin lids with nail polish and acrylic paint to create a […]
Make a cute heart collage using old magazines. It is a lot of fun and costs practically nothing to make.
Make a Valentine piece of art that teaches everyone how to say “Love” in sign language. It’s a great project […]
Celebrate your Canadian heritage this Christmas with this festive maple leaf ornament. Just print, cut, stuff, and hang it on […]
Welcome Santa with this DIY printable sign featuring 3D peppermint candies. It’s a fun part of a Christmas display.
Transform a vintage tray into a stunning advent calendar. You’ll need the printables, buttons, magnets, and a beautiful tray as […]
Follow the step-by-step instructions to make these easy spool Christmas trees. You’ll need cardboard, thread spools, glue, and a sturdy […]
Take some burned out mini lights and upcycle them into a fun picture you can put up year after year. […]
Transform an old picture frame with sand and shells. Add a photo to always remember your favorite beach trip.
Get those Legos out from the bottom of the toy chest and turn them into a fun window treatment! This […]
Make this fun greeting card for Mom! The tutorial has step by step instructions plus a printable template so you […]
This super simple MOM plaque is made with cool magazine fonts and flowers. It’s easy to make and customize into […]
This clever craft is made by upcycling a heart-shaped candy box into an adorable wall hanging doll. How fun!
Upcycle old sheet music (or use scrapbooking paper) to make this darling tabletop tree. It’s a beautiful addition to winter […]
Make a gift doll out of a candlestick and a jar, filled with the recipient’s favorite items. Create one for […]
Gather scrap cardboard and turn it into a whimsical flower wreath. The whole family can work together to make this simple wreath.
Make this heart design with shells collected during a beach visit. It’s a wonderful way to remember a special trip.
Create an inspirational “Dream Big” wall plaque using recycled materials and some glitter. What a wonderful recycling project for kids (or […]