Instead of purchasing chemical dyes, use natural fruit and vegetable dyes to color eggs this Easter. The natural beauty of these Easter eggs is stunning and you can show kids how people used to color food and clothing before chemical dyes.
Add a touch of class to your wardrobe with a homemade Look of Vintage Floral Headband. You can never go wrong with wearable crafts. Ideas for sprucing up your wardrobe have never been this cute! Wear one throughout spring and summer.
Don't be fooled by this cute dog--he's really a mummy dog wearing a zombie mask! Make one of these homemade Halloween crafts with your kids and use it as a fun toy or a festive decoration.
Decorate for Halloween with a cheesecloth mummy family, another one of those simple Halloween crafts that you just have to try yourself!
Inexpensive crayons are used to create seashells images and shading on this beach-inspired quilt. Sandpaper works as a transfer for ironing on seashell templates.
Thanksgiving doesn't just have to be about turkey and stuffing. Why not test your card making abilities and create a Thanksgiving Tea Time Invitation? This is a fun way to gather friends and celebrate a season of love and gratitude.
Food crafts are by far the most fun - who doesn't love making an adorable, yummy project? Tootsie Roll Burgers may sound strange, but this is actually a tiny burger sculpture. Show it off and then eating it up! Delicious!
Here are some great ideas for crafts made from recycled items. Use these instructions to make a water bottle supply organizer, an easy way to organize your crafting supplies with water bottles and other recycled items!