Use sugar and henna paste to make these spooktacular Day of the Dead sugar skulls. These skulls make great Halloween decorating craft ideas too!
Diamond textured baby's hat, sweater, pants and slippers. Dress your baby in diamonds head to toe!
Sew up your own scrunchies, earrings, barrettes or combs in colorful batik fabric with this technique. A hem stitched in metallic thread is on the outside for a bit of sparkle throughout the accessory.
It's time to take love into your own hands (or paws). The Dog's Cupid Arrow Carrier is a cute Valentine's Day craft you can make for your dog to wear. It's a fun and easy project to express your festivity for the holiday of love.
The best way to celebrate spring is by making a skirt that is inspired by a flower! The dollar store petal skirt can be made from an old t-shirt, some dollar store flower petals, and these free sewing patterns.
Cheap crafts don't have to look, well, cheap! Make a fun and whimsical Door Stop Monster - it's a great way to get a conversation going and spook your guests. Use a microfiber mitt to create the monster and add embellishments to bring it to life.
Create a fun and functional neckwarmer in camouflage yarn with this free easy knitting pattern. You only need one ball of the patterned yarn, which helps disguise any imperfections.
Handmade, unique gifts are always an easy gift idea. This easy dough magnet by Amanda Formaro could make perfect handmade teachers gifts that you can create with the kids!
The religious aspects of the sacred Easter holiday have sprouted modern traditions like wearing Easter bonnets and creating Easter baskets for children.
Crochet an eco-friendly bag to carry fresh produce from the farmer's market, daily essentials or to tote your refillable water bottle, to avoid buying plastic bottles. This is a quick and easy bag crochet pattern in eco-friendly cotton yarn.