Celebrate the United States by making this patriotic magnet. The bald eagle represents strength, courage, and freedom.
Repurpose a plastic water bottle to make a cute springtime chick. Dress up your Water Bottle Chick with buttons, bows, and […]
Turn an egg carton into a flock of colorful chicks. It’s easy to do and they make a great decoration […]
Create a beautiful blue jay using yarn and other common craft materials. What a fun project to welcome spring!
Enhance the study of US history by making this version of a Colonial hornbook. It’s great fun to try calligraphy […]
Create a beautiful dream catcher using an embroidery hoop, beads, feathers and yarn. Use the colors of nature or brighter […]
These wrist parakeets are simple to make, require few supplies, and are adorable! Thanks to their sturdy pipe cleaner tethers, […]
Celebrate the Year of the Rooster with this fabulous bird made from foam, paint, and feathers. Make it year-round for a […]
This knight collage is an easy and fun craft made with aluminum foil and other basic craft materials. Kids will […]
This fun duck handprint craft is so cute! Incorporate it into lessons about birds, ducks, riparian habitats, and more.
Turn a paper plate into a cool hot air balloon. Each section has a different texture to make it a […]
Babies and toddlers will love exploring the textures of these Touchy Feely Frames! It’s so easy to do and such […]
Decorate for Halloween with this furry, not-too-spooky monster eyeball garland. It’d be perfect for a Monsters, Inc. themed party, too!
Recycle a Keurig K-Cup pod into a fancy, fun fascinator hat. This adorable hat is fun for tea parties, brunch, or […]
Turn empty containers into monsters with this cool, glow-in-the-dark bowling game. It’s great fun for your Halloween party.
Wrap up Halloween treats like furry, friendly monsters for a not-too-spooky snack.
Make a school of colorful fish from paper plates! Decorate them with paint, sequins, feathers, pom poms or anything else you […]
Make a simple mini dream catcher using wire and cord. It’s a beautiful project that makes a nice gift.
A gift that’s beautifully wrapped makes the present inside even more special. This boho-inspired technique uses leather, lace, feathers, flowers, […]
Crows are often associated with fall and Halloween. These popsicle stick crows are a fun seasonal project for kids of […]
Put together this fun and festive Halloween tree using black feather and silver spiders! It only takes a few minutes […]
Turn your handprints and an old CD into an eye-catching peacock! This colorful craft is so much fun!
Start this activity with an educational nature walk. Then use the items you collected and get your creative juices flowing […]
Use paint, googly eyes, feathers, pom poms or any other materials you have on hand to turn ping pong balls […]
Turn a paper plate into a majestic peacock! This simple project is inexpensive and a lot of fun.
Make a cute swan using a paper plate and feathers. It’s a great project for toddlers and preschoolers.
Make these colorful Easter decorations using yarn, plastic Easter eggs, and a few other supplies. What a fun project for […]
This paper plate bird makes a great spring activity for toddlers and preschoolers. It’s easy to do and the birds […]
Follow the directions to make two different styles of fascinators. These hats are great for tea parties and dress-up fun. Let […]
You are never too old or too young to dream big! This pretty dream catcher is a fun project for […]