Make clay sculptures based on the melting clocks Salvador Dali’s painting, ‘The Persistence of Memory’. This is a wonderful activity […]
Make these fun little monsters out of homemade playdough. This craft will delight the youngest of crafters!
Create beautiful rainbow leaves from pressed salt dough. Kids will love this pretty, nature-inspired craft.
Use homemade clay to make these cute pumpkin toppers and holder. They’re a fun way to add a fall touch […]
Use a silicon mold and quick-drying cement (or any sort of dough or clay) to make awesome Pac-Man magnets. They […]
Create clay maps of special places in your city or state or elsewhere in the world. It’s a great way to […]
This play dough is made of entirely edible ingredients, so it’s safe for the even the youngest of crafters. It is […]
Kids will love using microwave-activated puffy paint to sculpt their favorite fair foods. It’s a great summer activity.
The worst thing about sandcastles is that they don’t last very long. Here’s a long-lasting version you can do at […]
Use sand to make a fun play dough that is easily moldable into shapes. Try using it to make a […]
These oven-baked clay coasters are such a fun craft and functional too. Pick clay in your favorite colors then create […]
Combine cornstarch and shaving cream together to make a batch of foam dough for an afternoon of play. It’s a […]
This adorable clay crab makes a fun necklace, zipper pull or keychain. It’s so easy to do!
This homemade play dough is super silky and soft and is made with only two ingredients: corn starch and hair […]
Create whimsical finger puppets using air-dry clay. Once you know the basic steps, the possibilities are endless!
This play dough is made using salt, flour, water and food coloring. Add glitter for more interest and sparkle!
This three-tiered planter is inspired by the shapes of adobe houses in the southwestern US. It is made of oven-bake […]
These cute clay vase necklaces are so easy to make. When they’re done, just add water and real flowers for an […]
Dads will love this unique Father’s Day gift. These clay magnets tell what makes him so special!
Winter isn’t the only time to make and hang pretty ornaments! Follow the easy steps to make colorful springtime ornaments […]
Have some family fun with Big Hero 6. First watch the movie, then create these figurines!
Ward off the pinches with these marbled clay shamrock pins. They’re so much fun to make and couldn’t be easier!
Make sparkly, glittery play dough that is perfect for Valentine’s Day fun. It’s inexpensive and easy to do!
Make homemade playdough even better by creating stick structures! This easy activity will provide lots of creative fun.
These adorable bear cookies holding hearts make sweet Valentine’s Day treats! They’re easy to make and lots of fun.
Use air-dry clay, brads, sticks and felt to make these adorable snowmen. They’re cute as necklaces, magnets, or simply as decoration […]
Making beautiful roses from fondant is surprisingly easy! This method also works well for clay sculpture.
Kids of all ages will enjoy making Christmas ornaments out of salt dough. It’s so easy to do and you’ll enjoy […]
Use Sculpy clay to make adorable ornaments that look just like the characters from Disney’s Planes! The kids will love […]
Use oven-bake clay to create beautiful gingerbread man ornaments that last for years. These make wonderful gifts.
Make painted clay ornaments that you’ll treasure year after year. It’s easy and fun!
Use clay to make the cutest American Girls doll-sized sushi. Great for hours of pretend play.
Make your own play dough quickly and easily. This no-cook recipe is safe for even the youngest of crafters to help […]
Create your own polymer clay designs and swirls on wooden beads. Then use those beads to make beautiful necklaces.
These beautiful clay bird’s nests are fun and easy to make. This is a great sensory art project for kids.
Use air-dry clay to make a beautiful flower jewelry holder. This simple craft makes a wonderful and inexpensive gift and […]
This faux-snow recipe is a great way to bring winters indoors. The kids will love sculpting this ‘snow’ into all sorts of […]
Make a doll-size spoon and egg for a fun Victorian doll scene! A great project for American Girls fans.
I had no idea you could make a tea set with acorns. This is such a creative craft idea for […]
Put those chestnuts (or acorns!) to good use with a fun snail craft. This clever kids project is perfect for […]
Make pretty eraser beads using eraser clay, then turn them into bracelets for a fun and practical back-to-school craft!
Follow the recipe to make your own cooked playdough. This fun dough is long-lasting, non-toxic, and inexpensive to make.
Make adorable doll-size food out of Sculpey Clay, then plan a picnic for your doll! So much fun!
Polymer clay jewelry is inexpensive and super easy to do using small stamps for fun designs! A great project for […]
You’ll need to plan ahead for this one because of drying time, but the process is so fun it’s worth […]
Mix a few simple ingredients and create your own slime. It’s easy, fun, and a great party favor, especially for […]
These adorable glow-in-the-dark monsters are made from clay. They’re a great way to keep toothbrushes organized and accessible.
Make squishy flubber with warm water, glue and Borax. Encourage your kids’ cognitive development while having fun at the same […]
Make a little turtle terrarium that is perfectly sized for doll play with American Girl dolls. So cute!
Use air-dry clay to make these cute little pretzels. There are so many ways to use them, like as a […]
Make your favorite Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle with these easy to follow steps! All you need is Sculpey Clay.
This faux stone ring looks just like the real thing! Knead colors together then cut, bake and cool. Buff it […]
Make a beautiful necklace out of faux stones that you make yourself! All it takes is Sculpey clay and a […]
Use air dry clay to create simple candy jewelry that you can wear without getting sticky. A fun project with […]
Make a cute fishing set for your American Girls or other 18″ dolls. A fun accessory for imaginative play.
Use polymer clay to make adorable miniature hot dogs scaled perfectly for 18″ dolls. They look good enough to eat!
Make this non-toxic (edible but not tasty!) playdough in as little as 5 minutes using regular kitchen staples. No trip […]
Learn how to make colorful polymer clay beads to wear as jewelry. The tutorial includes two- and three-tone beads as well […]
Create pirate fun with clay using these fabulous ideas and a printable background. A great activity for summer, a rainy […]
Teach kids about Salvador Dali and the Surrealist style with these simple clay sculptures. Easy and fun with no mess, […]