Make cute little clothespin characters, including the delightful Tinkerbell. This fun craft is a favorite with Disney fans.
Recycle cardboard tubes into cops & robbers or a whole pirate family! Youngsters will have hours of fun playing with […]
Convert your cardboard rolls into a dog puppet. A fun craft for a lazy afternoon. A great rainy day activity […]
These adorable sheep are made from recycled toilet paper rolls, though a paper towel roll cut in half would do […]
Turn a cereal box into a handy box frame to store and display your kids’ art! This is a great […]
Here are instructions for how to make your own pretty pen holders with washi tape. Washi tape is a fun […]
Anything matchbox size is simply too cute and irresistible. How about making some matchbox teddies to trade with your friends!
Turn your child’s hand print into a beautiful kingfisher! Kids will have fun painting their hands to make these colorful […]
Make a simple and pretty butterfly garland from paper, crayons and string. A fun project to celebrate the warm weather […]
Using red, white and blue balloons, make some superhero juggling balls to play with. Fill the balloons with dried rice…use […]
We show you how to press real flowers. Use the pressed flowers to make art work, even make a tea […]
Use polymer clay and an old jar to make fun snow globes. Not just for Christmas, fill your globes with […]
Get modelling with polymer clay and make an adorable tea party set! Kids will love inviting their little dolls and […]
These adorable little crocodiles are just too cute to be wild and mean. Handprint painting allows the kids to get […]
Print this Olympic Memory Game for a fun, challenging game. Printable pictograms feauture all of the different sports featured in […]
Introduce the solar system with these fabulous paper mache Sun, Earth and Moon! Show the kids how to have a […]
Make a fabulous pirate ship using recycled cardboard and paint! Your little pirates with play with their ship for hours […]
Kids love handprint art for the sheer fun of getting their hands covered in paint! This time paint their hands […]
Easy enough for little hands to help out with, these Mother’s Day cards sport bright, colorful polymer clay flowers. Not […]
Convert an old pair of jeans into a skirt! A brilliant bit of upcycling!
Exploring the Seasons through color- this time were focusing on spring! These crafts are quick, easy and preschool friendly.
Here’s another fun Earth Day craft that focuses on recycling – this time we are turning walnut shells and leftover […]
Our little lady bug is as cute as can be! Read on to find step-by-step instructions to make your own […]
Great activity for Spring – grow grass heads, then give them a hair cut. Again and again. A great way […]
Pretty blossom fairy lights made from recycled egg cartons and twinkle lights. Great for using as a night light!
Like diving into any good story, kids will find this project fascinating. Head into the kitchen for a day of […]
Try your hand a macrame with the Japanese Scoubie Dolls. Our tutorial incluses step-by-step pictures to show you the way. […]
Quick and easy Easter Egg decorating that small hands can help with! All you need is a few dyed eggs […]
Make a mini book out of one sheet of paper – some folding a little cutting and magic, you have […]
Recycle your Kinder Surprise Capsules into Tooth Fairy Boxes. Leave the tooth inside the box for the Tooth Fairy to […]
No sewing skills are needed to make a lovely tutu for your little dancer. Follow our step- by-step instructions as […]
Super quick and easy chocolate nests are a classic Easter treat that’s been around for years. Made from cornflakes, rice […]
Get your kids wanting to wash their hands with these Dino Egg Soaps – they have to wash their hands […]
These easy melt and pour soaps are a great way for kids to get involved in soap making. They will […]
Make hats out of newspapers – quick and easy and fun! Ideal for “Easter Bonnet Day”.
In just a few simple steps, you can turn old cutlery into tinkling wind chimes! Hang outside on a windy […]
Fuzzy little lambs made from paper and cotton balls are the perfect addition to any child’s Easter display. Kids will […]
Recycle old candles and egg shells to make these fabulous Easter egg candles! A lovely gift to tuck inside Easter […]
Take the kids on a nature walk to gather a bunch of stones for this quick and easy garden project. […]
A great craft for young children to decorate real eggs without breaking them! Check out our line up of adorable […]
Decorate your Easter Eggs this with these Angry birds! Follow our step-by-step instructions on using felt, craft foam and paint […]
Cute and easy juggling chooks! Made from fabric scraps, this is the perfect project for a beginner in sewing.
Use items from around the home to melt down old candles and make these cute new cookie cutter candles! No […]
Recycle brown paper bags to make these creative “Where The Wild Things Are” costumes. Reading time has never been so […]
Racers, start …your…engines! A fun party game racing cars with the help of balloons!
This cute little guy is made from cardboard tubes and a few other recycled items that can be found around […]
Grow your own mini garden in a jar! Kids will learn how to plant and take care of a garden […]
Our rag teddy bear is made from 100% recycled materials. A simple sewing craft that turns t-shirts and sweaters into […]
A great rainy or snowy day project to have some messy fun! Made from pantry items, even the youngest can […]
Beautiful paper quilled butterflies. Make earrings, hair slides or card embellishments.
Even the tiniest of doll houses need a bathroom fit for a queen. We’ve equipped this bathroom with recyclables from […]
Looking for a great gift for the teenagers in your life? These phone cases are easy to make with a […]
Kids of all ages will have a great time building their own mini robots from the ground up. Our step […]
A fun, frugal craft that turns pages from a magazine into pretty beads. Be sure to make enough to trade […]
Pretty rag heart wreath made from strips of material. Perfect for Valentine’s or any time of year!
Create a lasting time capsule with your family and remember the year gone by.
Save those peanut shells and make some adorable little finger puppets your child will love playing with! Too cute!
Decorate your child’s doll house with tree ornaments and paper chains.
Revamp your old baubles or make them from scratch. Make a onesies keepsake too. A great Christmas craft for kids.
Make a fun keepsake bauble using photos of your loved ones! A great gift for grandparents or other relatives.