Use shimmery glass pebbles to decorate a frame and hold your family photos!
Here’s a free plastic canvas pattern that your daughter can use to make headbands for all her dolls!
Your child will delight in playing conductor with this easy-to-make train and track set.
Looking for something fun and tasty to give to your favorite teacher? Bake a batch of these cinnamon sugar cookies […]
There are so many uses for felt flowers–from homemade barrettes and pins and headbands to dressing up magnets, frame/wreath accents, […]
Create fun doll sized treats and a bakery with fun foam, felt and a little imagination.
make cute little monsters with peach pits! This is a great Project for Preschoolers as well as older kids.
Invite the Halloween spirits to dance around your tombstone cups. Ghosts and goblins alike will enjoy these chocolately good treats.
A fun craft that takes just minutes and looks gorgeous on your Rosh HaShana or fall table.
Make your own soap with creepy crawly spiders inside!
Make matching hair-ties for your sports team! The color of my team is aqua so I chose aqua colored ribbons.
Absolutely beyond cute, these containers are decorated as Halloween characters and filled with homemade play dough. What a great Halloween […]
Learn how to use cookie cutters to make perfect potato stamps. It’s so much fun for kids!
Made from construction paper and children’s handprints, this is a great classroom project or a fun way to greet trick […]
This activity helps teach your children not only their numbers, but how to spell their number words as well.
A fun spooky dinner for the kids featured hamburger mummies and ghostly mashed potatoes!
Make a fun football shirt using foam stamps and fabric paint.
Turn marshmallows into edible monsters. These Frankenstein treats are perfect for a Halloween bash.
These scarecrows are a little nutty – they’re cut from an acorn cookie cutter. Whip up a batch of these […]
Who knew there was such a thing as chalkboard fabric! You’ll definitely want to head over and see the boy’s […]
These little moody pumpkin softies are absolutely adorable! Pull out the felt, embroidery thread and buttons and make a bunch […]
Using a simple spiral notebook, you can put together this word activity to help your child learn.
Made from Oreo cookies and candy melts, these tasty treats will be the hit of your Halloween party!
Make a sweet, but easy, treasure box for your your treasured one. Plus, put those endless shoe boxes to good […]
Here’s a fun and easy way to teach kids (ages 2-6) about their emotions!
Made from an old TV and some spray paint, this is an awesome way to greet trick or treaters. A […]
Fun little treat boxes decorated for Halloween. A fun party favor or just a fun way to hide your treats!
This cute banner for Halloween is the perfect project for those cool autumn rainy days.
Make this cute mummy from a paper plate and some construction paper.
Isn’t this perfect for Halloween night? I love this idea, even if it is temporary. All you need are glass […]
A fun and pretty way to grow plants from seed. Make this mini terrarium using a paper cup and a […]
This adorable little hooter uses a paper cup for the body and felt and feathers to add the features.
This cute and fuzzy pinata is made from a recycled snack box and tissue paper. Great for a toddler or […]
Fun spiders made from paper plates and paper can be suspended from the ceiling. Makes a great Halloween party or […]
Cute little mummies made from clay pots! What a darling afternoon project to get your house ready for Halloween.
Not all mummies are scary and ghoulish. This friendly little mummy will greet your little goblins with a smile.
This fun Halloween craft uses a recycled tin can and felt to make fun Frankenstein for holding treats, pencils or […]
Paint and rocks make up these adorable mushrooms! What a fun way to dress up houseplants or put into your […]
Make this cute witch puppet from a wooden spoon and paint.
Bracelets made from jelly beans make a great party favor or a fun Easter craft!
This cute little box is perfect for sending notes in a lunch box. Great back to school craft!
You’re going to love these paintings made with glue and salt. Find out where the colors come from!
Very easy to make, these colorful chore markers provide a fun way to keep your kids on track.
Make a fun frame out of school rulers! A great teacher appreciation gift, graduation gift or fun for back to […]
Cute crowns for your little princess. Perfect for a birthday party or just for dress up.
Pull out the paper bags and scrap paper to make this cute cow puppet with your little ones.
Using wool roving you can make these pretty felted flowers. Step by step tutorial explains the process.
Use an iron to melt crayons between wax paper to make colorful planets.
Adorable granny bags made from corrugated cardboard and scrapbook paper.
Adorable necklaces that are simple to make. Supplies include wooden beads, paint and ribbon.
A fun way to recycle your cereal boxes into a cute fall centerpiece. Make scarecrows from recycled cardboard!
Using an iron, some grated crayons and a piece of canvas, your kids can create a beautiful piece of wall […]
This simple project results in a spectacular look. Fun for kids of all ages!
Make these fun zipper pulls from felt – a perfect back to school project.
This is a fun breakfast to make for E.T. fans!
We made these flowers out of cupcake wrappers. They were very quick and inexpensive.
Don’t have a birthday card and need a cute one in a pinch? Involve your small or bigger kids, no […]
This fun project uses craft paint and Sharpie markers to give plain shoes a fun funky look.
These easy magnets are perfect for a school locker. Easy enough the kids can make them.
Adorable doll craft for your little girl’s baby dolls. Make these cute diapers from Velcro and felt.