Hang stained glass kites in the window to let the sun shine through them. Melt crayons in between wax paper […]
Use craft sticks and thin cardboard to make a fabulous frame for a special photo. This is a great gift […]
Make your very own kaleidoscope using a recycled cardboard tube, construction paper, see through beads and a few other materials. […]
Use catalogs, ads, and old magazines to create paper doll clothes. This gives a new fashion sense to playing with […]
Build a campground in your back yard and fill it with these easy-to-make pup tents. They’re sure to bring hours […]
Toddlers will love drawing on these friendly face that are perfect for practicing facial feature recognition. While they are giggling […]
These adorable socks and colorful and fun and even the little ones can get involved. Make enough for the whole […]
Turn an empty egg carton into an Eric Carle book classic- The Very Hungry Caterpillar. It’s easy to do and […]
Get creative with puppets made from paper bags and embellishments. This great project allows kids to make the puppets and […]
These miniature marble mazes are made from repurposed cardboard boxes and drinking straws. This is such a fun project that […]
Turn empty cardboard tubes into a pair of binoculars that are perfect for pretend play. Use them indoors or out.
Make your own Shrinky Dinks from recycled plastic! It’s fun and easy to do.
Turn a brown lunch sack into a cute dog puppet that is great for imaginary play. Use the included templates […]
Create a fluffy shamrock for St. Patrick’s Day. This easy craft makes a fun decoration and all you need is […]
Whip up this simple little tooth fairy pillow to hold a lost tooth. It’s such a fun way to celebrate […]
Pet Rocks Pet rocks are a neat way to express your creativity and your own personal style. Whether it’s a cute […]
Coffee Can Drum Kids love music and banging on pots, pans, and plastic containers. Combine their creativity with their musical […]
Take a bit of the beach home with you by crafting these cool sand-filled bottles. Kids will have fun making […]
Turn common household recyclables into hobby horse that’s perfect for indoor play. Add a paper bag vest and your little […]
It only takes a few supplies to make your own sidewalk chalk. Blend colors to customize your chalk collection. Fun […]
Pair red and white striped paper with blue construction paper, add some stars, and you have a beautiful patriotic paper […]
Create beautiful patterns with this fun homemade kaleidoscope. It’s a great project to do at home or with a group.
Toddlers love to finger paint and with our edible homemade paints, you won’t have to worry about them sticking their […]
With a little help from you to use the glue gun, kids three and up can arrange buttons on a […]
This easy craft makes learning the alphabet fun. You can use the same concept to practice spelling words for older […]
Bring back memories from your childhood and create new ones with your kids while whipping up a batch of root […]
Create a masterpiece with colored salt and glue. Loads of fun and a project that will bring plenty of smiles.
Transform a box and some cardboard tubes into an awesome ball maze! This is a great activity for predictions (will […]
Make a simple homemade ball catcher using a milk jug. The kids will love it!
You remember the old tin can telephone game you played when you were a kid, don’t you? Your parents probably […]
This pony bead fish is perfect for religious settings like Sunday School or VBS, or as an ocean or beach […]
Dream catchers are fun to make and look so cool hanging on the wall. This version is simple for even […]
Turn an egg carton into a simple toy that dates back hundreds of years. Make your own, then practice until […]
This simple craft has been around for hundreds of years. It’s fun to try and mastering it takes some practice.
This is a 5 minutes recipe for non-toxic baby paint. It’s made from edible materials, so if your little one […]
Any dad would love a gift from the heart. These pallet coasters are fun to make and easy to customize with paints, […]
Can you believe these beautiful faux agates are actually made of paper?! This classic craft is so much fun!
Make a classic kendama (ball and cup toy) with a cool sno-cone themed twist. What a fun summer activity!
Combine salt and chalk to create a beautiful array of layered colors in a glass vase. This is a great […]
Here’s a fun take on a classic telephone craft. It’s a lot of fun and a great way to introduce […]
Did you know that Bean Day falls on January 6th? For much of the country, the beginning of January is […]
Discovery bottles are so much fun! This simple ocean-in-a-bottle activity is a classic that never gets old.
Make squishy flubber with warm water, glue and Borax. Encourage your kids’ cognitive development while having fun at the same […]
Make an adorable shrink plastic bunny charm, perfect for a necklace, bracelet, a hairpin, brooch, or keychain. A wonderful accessory […]
Don’t toss those single mittens, instead turn them into cute puppets in less than 30 minutes!
Create your own puppet theater and puppets with a fun Wild West theme! So much room for creative play.
Turn ordinary tic-tac-toe into something extraordinary: Tic-Tac-Glow! Especially fun for little ones who are just learning to play tic-tac-toe.
Use ingredients you probably already have in the house to make some great (and cheap) bubble solution!
Make these colorful shamrock potato stamps to decorate cards or wrapping paper, or just for stamping fun!
Make cool looking “pop art” with your kids’ drawings using Inkodye. Fun, easy and makes great handmade gifts from kids.
Make your own homemade window clings with just some paint, a pattern if you’d like, and a zipper bag and […]
Here is a very simple tutorial on how to create a sock snowman. It’s a project that can be done […]
Fall Wind Chimes are a great craft that gets everyone out and moving and crafting. Go on a nature walk […]
Want to inspire creativity in your kids? Make them an activity table out of an old coffee table. It only […]
Create some amazing 3D art with pipe cleaners and plastic canvas. The materials can be used over and over!
Create beautiful and colorful suncatchers using white glue and food color. Fun for all ages and great to look at!
Use some crayon shavings to make colorful sun catchers to decorate your windows! A fun project any time of year.
Make your own mini weaving looms from popsicle sticks and have fun weaving old scraps of fabric, yarn and ribbons!
Turn an ordinary oatmeal container into a functional drum that doubles as a snack carrier! Felt help control the sound, […]
Make cute mini kites to ‘fly’ behind your children as they run. A fun option for indoors. This kite is […]