These fun winter treats will be a hit with all the kids and grownups will want to steal some too.
Crafting with buttons is fun, and you can use your favorites from your stash to create this cheery and bright holiday topiary tree. At 12″ tall, it’s just right for … Read More
Here is an easy Christmas craft that teems will love and make great gifts for their girl friends. The instructions are simple and the materials can be found easily at … Read More
Stephanie of MakingFriends.com wants to make sure that all the elves find their way to the North Pole to help Santa load his sleigh so she designed this cute little … Read More
Terri P from MakingFriends.com created this santa craft stick ornament to hang on the tree.
Simple crafts are sometimes the best for the busy holiday seasons. These Glitter Snowflakes are easy to make and the kids can make lots of them to add to the … Read More
If you’re looking for cool Christmas gift ideas, then you’ll love this cute and easy-to-make Doily Angel. Make a bunch of them and decorate your tree or table!
This treat bag is a great Christmas party activity. Children can make Santa’s face and then take away a selection of Christmas treats in their creation.
Paper Plates made a great starting point for so many different projects. These cute elves will provide a creative adventure for the kids this holiday season.
This beautiful Hanukkah Card was made with special punches, but you can also use it as a reference and a starting point to create your own unique handcut card.
This Footprint Christmas Tree will make a wonderful piece of framed art for a proud grandparent or a delightful package decoration that you will want to be sure to save.
Colorful Countdown to Christmas advent calendar. Activity ideas are inserted into each pocket to help spread the joy throughout the month. A die cut machine was used for this project, … Read More
This is a great Christmas craft to introduce children to sewing and all the fun things that can be made and treasured. It also makes a special gift for grandparents.
Here’s a Christmas craft to teach saving money and saving the earth through recycling containers and using them as craft materials.
This simple Christmas card can be made from felt, foam or construction paper depending on what supplies you have on hand.
Thanksgiving is almost here so get the kids into the spirit as they make their own “ready to eat” turkey from lunch bags and popcorn.