Who doesn’t want to be a Super Hero! This Super Hero Mask craft can be printed out in full color or black and white. The final product can be as … Read More
Button, button who can turn a button into a treasure? Creating these cute rings is all fun and easy. Use a variety of materials to transform a button into a … Read More
Whether you are looking for a gift your child can make for a teacher or one that you can make to show them that you just love having them around, … Read More
Here’s a little twist on the ever popular Friendship Bracelets that lets you change them out if you are getting dressed up for a more formal occasion.
This lovely card made with bubble wrap would be perfect for all kinds of occasions. September 29, 2011 is the beginning of Rosh Hashanna and this would be a wonderful … Read More
Mobiles are fun to make and lovely decorations once finished. Research birds and create your own unique mobile.
This project was contributed by Jaime Mitchell of Little Bird Creations and shows us how to use freezer paper to create easy t-shirt stencils. Kids can help create shirts painted … Read More
Acknowledge the work of our civil servants by making and dressing up as a police officer or a fire fighter or any profession that you admire. There is also a link to a fire … Read More
September 24th is Native American Day. Learn more about our Native American tribes and their customs. You can get started with making this Native American Dance Fan.
Getting ready to go back to school is exciting especially when you get the kids involved with projects like this Fancy Shoelace Headband. Who says shoelaces have to be used … Read More