Make seedling pots out of newspaper. Add a label and some fabric scraps and watch your seeds grow!
A fun gardening craft for kids that uses glass ornaments to hold pretty plants. Hang them outside or in a […]
Bring the outdoors in with an easy-to-make terrarium. Children will love the responsibility of building and taking care of their […]
An easy felt craft that allows plenty of practice for your beginner sewers. Fill an Easter basket with your carrots […]
Turn an old favorite, circus peanuts, into Easter carrot treats. An easy project to get kids cooking in the kitchen!
Here’s a simple gardening idea for your Easter celebration that you family will want to make a tradition for years […]
With the addition of paint and felt, you can turn cardboard tubes in pretty spring flowers. This garden can be […]
Fun for spring and Easter parties, these hungry bunnies will make adorable table decorations. Who could resist smiling at the […]
Kids will get a kick out of growing shamrock sprouts. This is a great project to get kids ready for […]
Think spring – and bugs! Our bottle cap bugs are made from several recycled household items. Not only a spring […]
A fun way to teach recycling – have the kids use their imaginations to turn recycled household products into pretty […]
Add some fun to your Easter tables with these tiny garden displays. Once dinner is over the kids can have […]
Add some pretty spring carrots to your Easter bunny displays this year. Made from yarn, these baby carrots will not […]
Grow your own mini garden in a jar! Kids will learn how to plant and take care of a garden […]
A fun and pretty way to grow plants from seed. Make this mini terrarium using a paper cup and a […]
Paint and rocks make up these adorable mushrooms! What a fun way to dress up houseplants or put into your […]
Have a ball making these bright bugs for the backyard. Your little ones will love helping you paint a ladybug […]
Bright colors and memorable tones make this a nice gift for someone of almost any age and interest.
At the end of a long, hot day, with my children on the verge of major crankiness and complaining they […]