Did you know you can use old boardgames to make crafts? This is such a great idea, Im so glad I can share this with you.
This is an adorable craft you can make for any child in your life. It'll look great in their bedroom or bathroom. It's an easy project you can make in only seven steps.
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 quick and easy project for kids creates a cute little butterfly with inexpensive materials. Stick into a piece of foam so that kids can decorate their rooms with their new butterfly pal.
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!
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.
This great, guest tutorial for how to recycle crayon bits into new crayons comes to us compliments of Sara of Kitty Baby Love. She says, "This makes a perfect rainy day activity with items you can already find around the house.
Kids can help create stained glass hearts to hang from windows on Valentines Day.
Who doesnt remember playing with silly putty as a kid? Make some at home for hours of fun for your child! Its simple and saves money from store bought toys!
This adorable painted flower stool would look great in any little girl's room. The flowers and bright colors are what bring it all together. In six quick and easy steps this stool can be yours, it makes a great gift idea too.