Decorate easter eggs using crayons and food coloring. This technique is easy and kid friendly
Color in your own rabbit toothpick cupcake toppers. Decorate food with them or enjoy just as they are!
Easy to make Easter basket stuffers or you could make them with the kiddos as a fun Easter craft.
Short on time, but want a fun kids art craft to make? No problem! This crayon watercolor resist art is […]
Recycle your old crayons and make beautiful abstract art in the process. Kids will love the process of making these […]
Print the free frames with a great Dr. Seuss Quote and what the kids have fun coloring and hanging up […]
4 fun and free pages to print, color and hang to create a vibrant banner, which will hopefully help spring […]
Using things you probably already have around the house, create these pretty “stained glass” garlands.
This Groundhog Day shadow plate is a fun activity for the kids! Let them take it out side and see […]
Want to inspire creativity in your kids? Make them an activity table out of an old coffee table. It only […]
This paper plate pop-up turkey is easy and fun for kids of all ages. Use the completed turkeys to decorate […]
Doodle Up Some Thanksgiving Decor and Embellish with Buttons or other Craft Supplies. Great fun for kids of all ages!
Use those old orange, green and brown crayons and whip up a family of pumpkins to decorate your doors and […]
Let your crayons scribble right on top of your brownies! These adorable edibles are great for a back to school […]
Use some crayon shavings to make colorful sun catchers to decorate your windows! A fun project any time of year.
Make this fun & easy collage by drawing lines with white crayon on a piece of white paper. Paint it […]
Make these sunflowers inspired by Van Gogh’s artwork with crayons! A fun art history project for kids.
Summertime is all about picnics and being outside with family and friends. This fun printable coloring page of a picnic […]
Turn wax paper, crayons and craft sticks into a beautiful lantern! Fun for all ages, but adult supervision is required.
Are you looking for a craft for Q Week? Or perhaps you’re studying about state symbols? Maybe you’re just a […]
Make star shaped crayons and use to fill a pull string pinata instead of just candy. Also included, how to […]
What do you do with all your broken crayon pieces? We make Melted Crayon Art into pretty butterflies for spring! […]
This project is so fun and so unique. Simply write your name in block letters and transform it into a […]
This is a craft/game that is very simple and the kids love it. You create a key so that each […]
Can you believe that this adorable owl started with broken crayons? Simply melt the wax on a warming tray. If […]
Ice candles have been popular for decades. Introduce your child to this timeless craft! This is a great way to […]
Peanuts, pretzels, and a red candy nose come together to make these adorable Rudolph ornaments. This craft is perfect for […]
This is a simple, fun, and beautiful craft that uses up all those leftover crayon stubs you have laying around […]
Use your holiday cookie cutters for more than baking! They make wonderful stamps for your child’s artistic creativity. This would […]
Make a simple thanksgiving place setting for kids using a paper bag and crayons. It’s a great way to make […]