This Paper Loop Turkey is a colorful way to decorate the table for Thanksgiving.
Advemt os the season of anticipation prior to Christmas Day. This Clothespin Advent Wreath marks the days with special meaning.
Indian Headband Napkin Holder
These Indian headband napkin rings are wonderful Thanksgiving crafts for children to make. Perfect for a school project, or to make at home and add the perfect touch to your … Read More
There’s nothing fancy about this old favourite but you’ll be surprised at how satisfying it is! And your little ones will think it’s a sheer miracle! You can make a … Read More
Quick and easy Halloween yard stakes that kids can help make to celebrate the most popuar holiday of the year.
Yucky… but funny! Start those eyeballs spinning for lots of Halloween fun.
Fall is a colorful time of year. Celebrate by decorating your bulletin board with real fall leaves or some made from clay or construction paper.
When you press flowers and leaves, they become thinner and light can shine through them. In this project, you simply decoupage pressed flowers and leaves to a votive cup and … Read More
Use a weaving technique, a recycled paper bag and eco-friendly craft products to make an attractive and earth-friendly place mat. All the products used to create this charming place mat … Read More
Get ready for a great football themed party with these paper mache Football Favor holders.
Turkeys are the symbol of Thanksgiving and here is yet another unique way to decorate the Thanksgiving table for the occasion.
Paper Plate Thank You Turkey
Thanksgiving is a time for giving thanks. Make a paper plate turkey with a pouch where you can put all your “thank you” notes for your family members or classmates … Read More
Frankenstein is always a favorite character for Halloween. This Frankenstein Crown can be the beginning of a fun costume. A little green face paint will carry the theme through. Along … Read More
Here is an easy printable Witches Hat that can be printed out in color or black and white. You can enlarge it if you want a larger hat.
Turn cardstock into a fun and spooky Spider Hat. Add a black pair of pants and a black sweatshirt and your costume is complete.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Jamie of the FreeKidsCrafts team has designed this craft so you can show your support for this important cause. This would also make … Read More