Rock your girl power with a customized t-shirt. All you need is some iron-on-transfer paper, a printer and your mad coloring skillz!
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!
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!
Add some fairy lore to your little one’s life with this easy toadstool terrarium craft. It’s simple, fun and probably magical!
Create a pretty mosaic to remember a fun vacation at the beach! It’s simple and keeps kids of all ages busy for hours.
Recycle last night’s take-out container into today’s top fashion! This super simple craft is fun for kids and stylish enough to wear out on the town.
Just because it’s little doesn’t mean it isn’t manly. This tiny toolbox made from re-cycled Altoid tins is sure to win Dad’s heart this Father’s Day.
It’s well known that our sense of smell is tied to our strongest memories, with this simple handprint craft, you can give mom both.
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!
Children + glass + twinkling lights = a super fun craft to help you celebrate the Chinese New Year!
Tired of homemade menorahs and popsicle-stick Star-of-Davids? Here’s something new and fun to do with your children during Hanukkah. Make a happy little Hanukkah Village out of raisin boxes!
Does your hectic holiday schedule have you looking for a last minute craft you can pull off easily in a single afternoon? These mini snow-globes soaps are for you. They won’t add to the over-flowing toy box and they don’t cause cavities!
Kick off the holidays with a gingerbread house that will never go stale! Your little Hansel or Gretel will love to play all year in this cardboard box interpretation. Calories not included!
You could eat all your leftover Halloween candy and feel sick or hide it away in a cupboard OR you could make a count-down-to-Christmas candy calendar, a harvest tree or even a turkey piñata!
You can use any holiday as a way to connect with a friend. Learn to re-purpose your kid’s artwork into greeting cards.