This simple modern Thanksgiving table centerpiece actually has little hidden messages– inside each of the rolled-up flower– that show gratitude and thanks, perfect for little kids to write.
For Veterans Day, we teach you to make some felt pennants for a parade, or maybe to hang on your door or stick in your front lawn as a way to say thank you for all who have served honorably in the military. You could even give these out to all the Veterans you know.
Does your house need a little spookiness to get you in the mood for this coming Halloween? How about some sinister looking haunted trees reaching their branches ominously across your windows? All you need to make them are some cardboard, a box cutter and some paint!
The easiest children’s DIY costume is to make a headband. Just add clothes in a matching color and you’re set. Really! We have a step-by-step tutorial for making different animal costumes and even a princess.
For Rosh Hashanah this year, we’re making some little bee cards since apples and honey are customary to eat to symbolize a sweet new year. Bees on honeycomb would be just the thing!