This tissue paper and styrofoam craft is fun to do alone or with a group. Fly the flag on your front […]
Make this bright and beautiful Butterfly Bouquet with simple supplies, including paper, paint and Styrofoam eggs. It’s a fun gift idea for […]
This sweet little lamb is made from felt, paint and Styrofoam. Older children can make this lamb on their own, while younger children will […]
Kids love to tuck fabric squares into a wreath of Styrofoam brand foam, and you’ll love that this is a […]
Swirling colorful chenille stems to make this stunning Valentine’s Day Wreath. Make it a family project and involve kids of […]
Make an adorable Penguin using socks and Styrofoam shapes. Older kids can create this cutie on their own; younger children will enjoy […]
Celebrate the Year of the Rooster with this fabulous bird made from foam, paint, and feathers. Make it year-round for a […]
Pick up a pair of inexpensive Christmas socks and make this no-sew Christmas Sock Owl. It’s really easy and is a […]
This cute reindeer ornament is made with styrofoam, paint and craft sticks. It’s a fun project for kids to do […]
Kids will go batty for these adorable styrofoam bats. You only need a few simple supplies: cardstock, paint, wood dowels […]
These super-easy mummies are made with duct tape, googly eyes and Styrofoam eggs. They’re simple enough for kids to do […]
These super-sized spiders are made with duct tape, chenille stems and Styrofoam. The largest spider is more than 12″ big!
Turn a store-bought solar system kit into a galaxy far, far away! Each planet represents a different planet in the […]
This DNA model is makes a great Science Fair project. All you need are paint, string and Styrofoam balls.
Make a realistic Southwest Adobe House from Styrofoam. There are quite a few steps, but the effort is worth it!
Make a classic kendama (ball and cup toy) with a cool sno-cone themed twist. What a fun summer activity!
This foam tyrannosaurus rex is more fun than fierce! This is a great project for an adult and child to […]
Embellish a Styrofoam cube with a collection of miniatures, cabochons, beads, buttons and other trinkets. The Japanese-inspired Decoden Pencil Cube […]
Craft your own Stegosaurus from Styrofoam and paints. This is a fun project for adults and children to do together.
Make this adorable seal using Styrofoam shapes and paint. It makes a great party craft or project to accompany a study […]
Turn styrofoam balls into adorable ice cream cones. They make wonderful party favors, decorations, or props for pretend play.
Make your own bunny stamp from a piece of styrofoam. Then add paint and stamp away!
Turn styrofoam balls into the cutest koalas! They make fun pencil toppers or can be displayed on a shelf.
It might not be swimming weather now, but your dolls can enjoy the water year-round with this fun doll-sized pool! It’s […]
Create a dimensional work of art using crayons and foam. It’s easy to do and looks spectacular!
This cute and easy ornament looks like a tiny bucket of elf-sized snow balls. It’s affordable to make as well.
It is so easy to make decorative kissing balls using ribbon. Choose the colors to match any season, holiday, or […]
Create festive cornhusk witches in black and orange this Halloween. This fun craft is best for teenagers.
This Halloween wreath is made using glow-in-the-dark duct tape and cheesecloth ghosts. It’s adorable and so much fun!
Kids will love making (and playing with!) these Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles stick puppets. Quick, easy, and inexpensive to do!