Create a snowy gift bag to give all your gifts in. Acrylics, scrapbooking materials and ribbon make this look pretty. Add a little boa feathers and you have yourself a great gift bag.
Use your old socks to create an Easter decoration. This is a great craft for you to do yourself. The kids will love seeing this. Have these up at your next Easter gathering.
This eyeball Halloween wreath is just the right mix of spooky and fun for your Halloween party or to greet trick-or-treaters. A black boa and wiggle eyes are all you need for this homemade Halloween wreath. Kids can help make too.
Want to make a craft using supplies you already have on hand? Check out the styrofoam cup peacock, a fun project for the kids. This styrofoam ball craft recycles cups, feathers, and more from your cabinet.
Crafting and displaying a turkey is a kid essential for Thanksgiving. You can create the turkey with household materials such as paper plates or pieces of cardboard and bright colored paint.
Whether you are crafting an intricate autumn wreath with kumquats or simply arranging items on a step, here are a few ideas for festive Thanksgiving decor.
Need a use for leftover Halloween candy? Make a papier-mache Turkey pinata to entertain the kids on Thanksgiving.
Though often downplayed because of its proximity to Christmas, Thanksgiving can be a very special holiday. Lets decorate for Thanksgiving with the same enthusiasm that we devote to the other end-of-year holidays.
Recently, I published Part 1 of the Top 10 Thanksgiving Decorations to Make full of ideas for fun Thanksgiving crafts. Here is Part 2 of the Top 10 Thanksgiving Decorations to make with ideas for turkey decorations and table linens.
Get Fido in the holiday spirit with this Top Dog Holiday Hat. It's made with items from the dollar section, so you can deck out the dog for cheap! Small dog clothes and accessories are a great way to use up odds and ends from your craft bin!