Craft with the kids today. This is an easy papercraft you can do with the kids. Create a great ornament using card stock. This can be created in only 9 steps.
Old magazines can be transformed into awesome artwork with this Shredded Paper Framed Art tutorial. This is a great way to display your favorite magazine clippings and this makes a great project to do with your friends!
This beautiful Paint Chip Mosaic Art is a great way to use up all those paint chips and paper scraps that you have lying around your craft stash. Arranged into a lovely mosaic pattern, this artwork would look beautiful in your dining room or kitchen.
Create a beautiful vintage decor item with this Around the World Paper Chain. Paper garlands like this look stunning in a library or reading room, and can also be displayed on a Christmas tree for a unique and whimsical look.
Whether you're celebrating the Chinese New Year or you're just looking for some oriental inspired projects, these Chinese Paper Lanterns are a fun and easy craft that anyone can make.
A sweet, simple card, perfect for a baby shower that is quick and easy to make!
Wake up and smell the funnies! These Funny Flowers are made with the comics from the newspapers and would look adorable as artificial flower arrangements or as gift package accessories. You could even use wrapping paper, too!
String gives textures to this Hope and Faith Stamped Card, while interesting paper cut-outs create a fantastic border.You'll love the warm oranges and blues in this stamped card. Homemade greeting cards are a great way to show how much you care. Gather up your favorite supplies and add your own little touches to make this card really stand out. If you're looking for handmade greeting card ideas but aren't sure where to start, this is the perfect project. Colored ink and cool punches add a fun dimension and unexpected look to an otherwise ordinary card.
A delightful wreath for the music lover, one that is banded with sheet music rather than foliage! Make in three easy steps.
Can you believe it's not leather? Textured papers and upholstery nails create the appearance of expensive leather in this wall tableaux.