When you think of crafts that use yarn, you probably imagine crochet hooks, knitting needles and other hazardous, pointy supplies. This makes sense - in general, we tend to picture these items when looking for crafts to do with yarn. This is all about to change though, because with Lion Brand Imagine Yarn, you can simply unroll a skein of yarn and get to work.
In this Guest Tutorial, Jaime Mitchell of Little Bird Creations shows us how to use freezer paper to create easy t-shirt stencils. Kids can help create shirts painted with their favorites animals or other shapes.
Rainbow reptile fun! Let this snake slither into your hands for hours of play. Use this kids crafts project to spend some quality time with your family.
Aleenes Original Tacky Glue and Tulip Fashion Glitter add sparkle to presents, to your tree, to your windows anywhere you want a little touch of the holidays.
Enjoy the summer sun wearing this brightly colored tie-dyed t-shirt! Each project will be unique because no two designs are ever the same.
Jennifer Neill's fantastic Homemade I Spy Tube tutorial will teach you how to make hidden object games for kids. This DIY version of the Find It plastic cylinder game is great for waiting rooms and long car trips!
Mix up a batch of salt dough and entertain your child for hours. Theres so much fun to be had use cookie cutters for neat shapes or sculpt freestyle. Let it dry and use acrylic paints for even more decorating fun!
Kids can help create these gingerbread men to hold candy treats at your holiday parties.
This funky glow-in-the-dark bracelet is a great project for a youth group, camp or as an after-school activity. Older kids will love learning how to tie these knots to create a personalized bracelet.
These adorable Spirograph Coasters can be made for less than $5.00! These cute coasters are great projects for kids and are perfect for displaying at a summer beach party or dinner party. Kids will love getting in on the fun, too!