Make ordinary cupcakes special by adding strawberry butterflies on top. It’s so easy to do and adds such a beautiful […]
Make this cute penguin using a paper plate that you cut and paint! Fun as a classroom project.
Your tot will love discovering bugs hiding behind plants, examining them with a “magnifying glass” and keeping them safe in […]
A perfect handmade addition for the Mickey Mouse lover who has it all, created using a bucket, felt, and adhesive, […]
Learn how to easily make and decorate a Chinese ornamental fan. A little paint and paper is all you need!
Make a felt finger puppet of Kermit the Frog! A fun craft for any Muppets fan.
Fans of Dr. Seuss’ classic “Ten Apples Up on Top” will love this activity that is fun to make and […]
Dress the kids up with mouse noses and whiskers and host an indoor cheese-tasting party! Such a fun way to […]
This adorable penguin will steal your heart. It’s easy to make and requires only construction paper, googly eyes, scissors and […]
Follow the directions to make a Kermit the Frog I-Spy bag that is filled with green items. A great project […]
He has a new movie coming out in March, so now’s a great time to make your very own Kermit […]
Lego fans will love stamping with their favorite bricks to create a scene. Visit the tutorial to learn the secret […]
Make mealtime special with these adorable hot dog people. They are so easy to make and so much fun!
Turn an ordinary cardboard egg carton into this blossoming branch of loveliness! What a wonderful way to make the beauty […]
Make a pull-string pinata shaped like the lovable Kermit the Frog! A must for any Muppets fan.
Sheep are adorable, no doubt about it! Making them from craft sticks is easy and fun.
Celebrate Seuss with this fun Cat in the Hat treat holder made from a recycled toilet paper roll!
Gonzo would be lost without Camilla the Chicken. Create a fowl friend of your own with this egg-ceptional Camilla craft.
Celebrate Dr. Seuss Day (March 2) with these beautiful balloons inspired by his classic book, “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” […]
Don’t recycle those 3-D glasses yet! Turn them into silly Kermit the Frog glasses that will make you smile.
Use buttons and a few other supplies to create cute topiaries that will bring a touch of spring. A fun […]
Turn snack time into an opportunity for learning with Goldfish Graphing. A fun activity to do for Dr. Seuss Day […]
Turn a paper plate and construction paper into an adorable Cat in the Hat. A great way for young children […]
Using a doily or die cut as a reverse stencil, my toddler made these Valentines for his grandparents with finger […]
Go green (like Kermit) with these reusable cup cozies. Instead of using a disposable cardboard liner for your drink, craft […]
Learn how to turn 2 paper plates into a heart-shaped pocket that can be used to collect Valentines.
Make easy monster stick puppets for hours of imaginative play with just a few craft supplies!
Travel time will pass quickly when the kids play with Dr. Seuss themed I-Spy bags. This project is a bit […]
Create a beautiful Quiet Book page featuring a vegetable garden. A wonderful sewing project that isn’t too difficult.
Make a mustache matching game out of felt and magnets. A fun matching activity. Tie it into the Lorax and […]