Carrot tags are fun to make and every one can be made a little different, just like real carrots. They’re […]
These non-flammable, versatile, paper lights are perfect for lighting up summer nights. They’re also an easy paper craft for kids […]
Use construction paper or other types of paper to make three styles of origami flowers. Then use them on cards, […]
Whether you’re celebrating Cinco de Mayo or the Day of the Dead, this simplified version of Papel Picados is a great […]
Turn a paper bag into a fun octopus puppet! This project is easy enough for the youngest of crafters.
Help the kids make their own bubble wrap calendar! It’s so fun to pop each day. Adapt this idea for a […]
An upcycled Christmas Book Page wreath that is perfect for the book lover.
These pretty Valentine’s cards couldn’t be easier! They are a great alternative to store-bought cards. All you need is card […]
Throwing a Valentine’s Day tea? Or perhaps a Mother’s Day luncheon or bridal shower? No matter the occasion, this adorable […]
These cute Halloween Party Favor Cups are very easy to make with items you already have or that can be […]
Kids learn about skeletons and x-rays while making their own X-Ray with this easy and fun art project. A great […]
Make paper beads with neon paper, a paper punch, and Mod Podge. This is a great project for teenagers and […]
Hit the halls in style this school year when you create these cute pencil pouches! Gather pretty paper, a sandwich […]
Pretty paper butterfly and fish cards – paint and decorate them to use for correspondence or as art. Simple, easy, […]
Paper wings – wear for dress up, as a Halloween costume or Mardi Gras. They’re also beautiful enough to hang […]
Put letters on clothes pins for a fun learning activity. Great for learning letters, spelling and the alphabet.
Make party hats from pretty scrapbook paper and fabric to match any party theme! Great for all ages- older kids […]
Magnetic refrigerator clips created from wooden mouse traps. Line them up along a kitchen wall to hold keys, notes and […]
Have some fun and turn your coffee filters into colorful decorations.