Don’t throw away those empty cardboard tubes! Turn them into homemade bird feeders. It’s simple to do and is a […]
These cupcakes aren’t for humans… they’re for birds! Your kids will love mixing up this simple no-bake recipe, but even […]
These flowers change from white to whatever color you choose! This is a really fun science experiment for the kids […]
Make beautiful nature inspired stars from sticks you find in your yard. They make wonderful holiday decorations and can withstand […]
Make a woodland fairy princess crown from flowers in your garden. If it’s off season, try silk flowers from the […]
Make this adorable little nature pouch to go on a hike with. Great for collecting acorns, flowers, twigs, stones and […]
Whether it’s fall, spring or summer, a nature walk is always fun, and making an easy sorting basket to collect […]
It is really easy (and fun) to make your own fairy garden houses using natural elements, although it does take […]
Roll out some clay and gather some leaves from the backyard to make this seasonally fun project you can hang […]
Jump in the Fall with a leaf jump rope of red, yellow and orange or decorate your table with this […]
Have fun collecting acorns with your kids then use them to make a stunning vase. To use this acorn vase […]
Fall is the perfect time to scout your yard for nature’s art supplies. While you are out collecting fallen acorns […]
Treasures from a nature hunt can be turned into neat bell shakers. Collect sticks and acorn caps to make your […]
Make a fairy house from a dollar bin birdhouse and items from nature. Fun to make with that little girl […]
A simple craft for kids of all ages. Create beautiful gardens on a plate by collecting interesting items right from […]
Grab the chance to teach your kids about the outdoors with this easy, frugal, terrarium project. No fancy globes needed…recycle […]
Turn the kids’ outdoor play time into a fun learning adventure. Whether in a backyard or on a walking trail, […]
For kids who love exploring nature and collecting all of the little, interesting things on the ground, this project is […]
Send the kids out into the back yard or take them on a hiking trip to find some of nature’s […]
These cute bird feeders made from paint cans are great for adding a pop of color to your outdoor space. […]
Decorate for Memorial Day or July 4th by bringing the outdoors in to make this driftwood flag. This rustic red, […]
A cool Earth Day craft that turns sticks from the back yard into rafts that will really float! Kids will […]
When the kids go out to explore, send one of these park explorer kits along with them. Made from recycled […]
Here’s another fun Earth Day craft that focuses on recycling – this time we are turning walnut shells and leftover […]
An old-time game gets an Earth Day makeover. Made from wood, twigs and stones, this craft is frugal, too!
Send the kids on a nature hunt in the back yard to hunt for craft supplies for this craft. Not […]
Take the kids on a nature hunt for twigs and feathers to use in making this Easy Twig Nest Centerpiece […]
These tasty ice cream flowerpots are a perfect way to welcome spring! Made from ice cream, cookies, and candy, who […]
Get an up close view on how earth worms work and live underground. A great science project for the classroom […]
These pine cone bird feeders were simply made by covering pine cones with a mixture of peanut butter and bird […]
Don’t forget to feed our feathered friends during these cold winter months. Pinecones are Mother Nature’s perfect bird seed holders […]
Here’s a fun nature craft your kids will enjoy making on a snowy day. Create your own fun snow scene […]
Adorable little elves made from supplies found in nature. These cute little elves make greet Christmas ornaments.
Dry your own oranges to use as Christmas decorations. These make lovely ornaments or are great displayed in a bowl!
Decorate an outdoor tree with edible ornaments for your feathered friends.
Inspired by an expensive store find, we replicated this turkey using everyday household items such as brown paper bags and […]
Go on a nature hunt to collect acorns to make our painted acorn snowman ornaments!
This natural organic wreath is made from beans and lentils!
Collect the acorns during fall to make this fun project for Hanukkah!
Kids will love learning this fun nature technique of using the natural color from flowers to create art.
Use a plain cardboard tube and some pumpkin seeds to make these adorable owl.
The colors and dimensions in this mobile are so fun and they just scream fall!
This wise old owl is made from natural materials.
Use pumpkins to hold bird seed for our fine feathered friends.
Color some pumpkin seeds and make beautiful autumn inspired pieces of art!
Using twigs and acorns you too can make these adorable animals!
Made from buttons, tree branches and glue, this colorful fall craft is great for kids of all ages.
Grab the kids and head outside to gather colorful leaves to make these adorable leaf people!
This beautiful designs are made by dipping leaves into different colors of paint and transferring to paper.
These cute pencil critters are made from chestnuts, craft foam and toothpicks.
This fun wearable project is great for teens and preteens. They can make their own necklaces and one for a […]
Adorable! These miniature owls are made from acorns and felt. A great craft project for fall.
Paint and rocks make up these adorable mushrooms! What a fun way to dress up houseplants or put into your […]
This simple project results in a spectacular look. Fun for kids of all ages!
This nature-meets-fashion craft is a great activity for fall camping or hiking.
This pretty flower poster is its own reward, but the hammering technique — pounding flowers onto paper — can be […]
These votives are so pretty all lit up. Make these from natural elements!
Fun craft inspired by indigenous good luck stones from Australia
No Sew Lavender bags for those that love lavender but hate sewing. This is a great way to reuse fabric […]
A beautiful crown of flowers any girl will love. Perfect for a wedding, princess party, 60’s party or just for […]