Once you've made your cardboard loom, you can use it to make pom poms from scrap yarn! This is a great way to use up leftover yarn, and pom poms make great embellishments for any project.
Michael uses aluminum soda cans to create a beautiful scrapbook layout in this fun recycling craft project. Flower punches help create the shapes in this scrapbook layout.
Corey Colwell-Lipson of Celebrate Green demonstrates how to create a pretty wall vase with a teapot. Use a dollar store teapot to create this wall vase as a unique, low-cost Mother's Day gift.
In this video you'll learn how to make freezer paper stencils the easy way! You can make this "I heart sewing" iPhone case using the free template, or just learn about freezer paper stenciling and make a stencil from your own design.
These image transfer methods are made much clearer with a video tutorial from Maureen Wilson. Watch and see how she creates beautiful home and yard decor using image transfers.
If you don't know how to knit or crochet, you can still make crafts using yarn! Use your homemade cardboard loom and make yarn fringe with this simple video tutorial. Yarn fringe can be used to embellish anything!
This quick videos shows you how to make a 16 page mini-book from one single piece of paper. This project is a great idea for gift-giving.
Susan Pickering Rothamel walks you through some of the over 100 projects in her new, best selling how-to book, The Encyclopedia of Greeting Card Tools & Techniques.
If you have a box of photos and don't know what to do with them, create a "photo ball" with this fun craft video from Lynn Colwell of Celebrate Green. These make great decorations for the home, as well as thoughtful gifts.
Check out this video from Teres Whitney on how to make a Christmas stocking using these free printable sewing patterns for Christmas.