Ring in the new year with these shiny new noisemakers made from raisin boxes! They’re fun to shake and even more fun to make!
Ah, the little mini holiday village. We’ve made ours sparkle. You know, just in case the Cullens come to visit.
Ring in the Christmas season with fun homemade wreaths crafted from repurposed household items you can find in your own recycling bin! One man’s trash is another man holiday trimming!
We created two free printable calendars customizable to reflect your family’s own celebration of the holidays. One calendar is a gingerbread house with 24 days to count down until Xmas and the other calendar is a winter village with eight window openings to celebrate the days of Hanukkah. Enjoy!
Turn old t-shirts into art with this weaving project for Earth Day. Don’t forget Earth Day is April 22.
Daylight Savings Time is just around the corner. Here are some fun handy crafts for your kids that will help them learn how to tell time and help you remember to set all your clocks forward!
Make a Mardi Gras necklace with magazines. It’s eco- and wallet-friendly!
Have a jolly thrifty holiday with these miniature wreaths made from recycled sweaters.
Edible crafts that are easy to do with young kids.
Make your own miniature pumpkin patch with these salt dough pumpkins. Easy to make and gooey to the touch!
You can use any holiday as a way to connect with a friend. Learn to re-purpose your kid’s artwork into greeting cards.