Everyone loves a bonfire! Follow the steps to craft one out of tissue paper and other simple materials with your […]
Turn sticks from the back yard into rafts that will really float! Kids will love building and racing these little […]
Make your own Truffula Forest from “The Lorax” to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Birthday! It’s easy to do and is so […]
Have fun creating these whimsical snowmen to sit upon your shelves. Kids will love to help with the paper mache […]
Made from acorns and twigs, this fun nature craft can be hung inside or out! Pair it with a nature […]
Turn cardboard into the cutest acorn dish toppers! These make wonderful decorations (or gifts) for fall.
These pretty sunflowers are made from newspaper, coffee filters, and several items from your yard. What a perfect project for […]
Create beautiful 3-D apples from paper, adhesive, and twigs. Use the same technique in different colors to make pumpkins, oranges, […]
This simple craft combines nature elements and food art. It’s a fun project that will really stretch your creativity!
Collect twigs from the backyard and use them to make an initial or a full word of lovely rustic letters. […]
Turn pine cones and twigs into beautiful flowers that will last forever. They look so pretty and are very easy […]
Make a fairy house in your backyard using all sorts of items from nature. This project really encourages creativity!
This brown bag turkey was inspired by an expensive store-bought version. Make one of your own using everyday household items […]
Take an old twig placemat and turn it into a pretty beach decor wall hanging in less than 1 hour!
Turn small stones and a twig into a beautiful piece of framed art featuring birds on a branch. Head out […]
This adorable craft will make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside. The best part is you can take this […]
A fun project using materials from your back yard. Gather acorns, twigs and stones and make this great nature craft.
Bring the beach home with this fun sand cast starfish project. Be sure to read the sand casting cleanup tips […]
Twig garden markers are so cute and couldn’t be easier. They’re a great addition to the garden.
Next time you go out for a nature walk , gather some twigs to make this neat boat. Then find […]
Start with a nature walk to gather twigs, then use them to make this cute flower pot. It makes a […]
Create a one-of-a-kind brooch with a twig and fabric scraps. This would also make a cute gift topper or decoration […]
This beautiful American flag craft is made with sticks. Pair it with a nature walk for a wonderful day the […]
This nature weaving activity combines creativity and the outdoors. It costs nothing and encourages the exploration of textures and nature.
This simple piece of jewelry is completely one-of-a-kind! It’s easy to make using twigs and wool yarn.
Make magic wands from twigs found on a nature walk. All you need is a twig, paint and an imagination […]
Make reindeer place cards for this year’s holiday dinner. Twigs and googly eyes make it quick, easy, inexpensive and super […]
Frozen fans will like this cute melted Olaf ornament. It’s fast and simple to make this winter.
Bring a natural element to your Thanksgiving table with easy-to-make printable leaf place cards. Type names on a colorful leaf […]
Make this pretty jewelry organizer using dry branches and colorful nail polish. It’s so much fun and the results are beautiful.
Make a cute nest of birds using twigs and other nesting materials you can find outside. A fun project for […]
Turn twigs and branches into charming rustic wooden letters in just a few simple steps. Perfect for parties, weddings, and […]
Grab a roll of toilet paper and fabric for a quick Thanksgiving Pumpkin craft. Easy to make and reuse after […]
Here’s a craft you can do with just hot glue, paint and any seeds, nuts and twigs you find on […]
Super cute project that would be perfect for an archery costume or Cupid costume. Also great for a Valentine’s Day […]
Fall is the perfect time to scout your yard for nature’s art supplies. While you are out collecting fallen acorns […]
An old-time game gets an Earth Day makeover. Made from wood, twigs and stones, this craft is frugal, too!