This easy crafting with kids project featuring foam and craft sticks is a great project for kids to make for Mother's Day or teachers gifts. Add a magnet to the back to keep on the fridge for handy notes.
Kids can help create this fun, flower box made with craft foam. The soft surface is just bursting with colorful flowers!
Educational toy clocks can be used to easily teach children how to tell time. The best part is, kids think they're just playing! Make this Child's First Learning Clock to use at home using our free felt craft patterns.
This trendy little feathered bird can hold your grocery list or a personal note to someone special. In only six steps Kathleen George shows us how to make this feathered friend a useful friend.
Tic Tac Toe is no longer just x's and o's. Kids crafting has come up with a great way to play. Ladybugs are a fun way to play the game and learn by counting the dots on their back.
Everyone will be checking you out with these awesome fashion accessories made with Tulip and Aleenes products.
Here's a fun winter project you can do with your kids, a youth group, or by yourself for a little "creativity time." Buy inexpensive unadorned salt shakers at dollar stores, then decorate them with scraps of fabric. Great for gifts or party decorations.
These 15 Toddler Craft Ideas will make you want to be a kid again. Each toddler craft of the 15 looks positively adorable. From plushy dolls to felt hamburgers, these toddler craft ideas are just the ticket to craft with a little one in mind. While toddlers can't necessarily play a big role in physically constructing these toddler craft projects, they can help along the way and absolutely take over once the project is done.
Kids can help paint this cute wooden, egg-shaped penguin for their room.
Aleenes Original Tacky Glue and cornstarch make quite the pair! Just mix together and you have an awesome dough to create unique projects its air dry too!