Turn Dollar Store coloring books and construction paper into colorful lightsaber party favors. These are fun projects for kids to […]
Turn colored images into Easter egg napkin rings to dress up the holiday table. Can you guess what common recyclable […]
Use scraps of yarn to ‘paint’ a beautiful picture of a parrot. You can make a different animal, a favorite […]
Haven’t mastered brush lettering? Learn how to transfer your favorite inspirational quote to a canvas, then paint it, and decorate […]
Create a one-of-a-kind gift box using a completed coloring page. It’s a great way to show off your colored creations!
Use a completed coloring page to decorate a plain gift bag. It’s a great way to personalize a gift and […]
Turn completed coloring pages into labels for food gifts and other presents. It’s a great way to get colored creations […]
Create adorable egg cups to display your dyed eggs on the Easter table. Can you guess the common items used […]
Turn your completed coloring pages into greeting cards! It’s a great way to share your colored creations.
Rather than wrap a coloring book and pens to give as a gift, use them as the gift wrap! It […]
Make your own colored sand paint and use it to give texture and dimension to coloring book pages. You’ll be […]
This tutorial shows a whole new way to use your coloring books to make glittery, translucent shapes to put on […]
Wondering what to do with completed coloring book images? Use them to make place cards for Thanksgiving!
Turn a plain box into something special by altering it with a completed coloring page. It’s a great way to […]
If you’re into the coloring book craze, this craft is perfect for you! Turn your beautifully colored pages into faux […]
Make your own inspirational coloring page! This is a great activity for kids or adults of any age.
When you’ve colored all the pictures in your favorite coloring book, cut it up to make a Coloring Book Crown. […]
Party favors can get expensive fast, especially when you are dealing with a highly merchandized theme like a Star Wars […]
Make a mini book out of one sheet of paper – some folding a little cutting and magic, you have […]