These spider earrings and necklace are great to wear around Halloween time. You'll be the spooky talk of the town. Get together with your friends for a night of ghoulish crafting.
Alcohol inks help create a colorful background for these two sea life cards by Maria Nerius. Have fun experimenting with color and how colors blend.
Do your part to save the environment by making an aluminum can craft you can display forever! You don't need a fishing pole for this project - just some imagination and soda cans! Make your own Soda Can Fish Art and display it on your mantel.
Use paper napkins to sew up easy and inexpensive scent sachets with your favorite aromatherapy herbs. Throw one in your clothing and linen drawers to scent everything.
So maybe you're not a sushi chef, but you still don't want fish scales or any other cooking spills cramping your style. Make this Sushi Chef Apron with ColorArtz airbrush stencils to give dinner a Japanese flavor without the raw eel and seaweed.
Stone paint creates wonderful sandy beach accents, while Stained Glass Blue provides the glossy blue water.
Picked up a few seashells during your last beach trip? Or have a seashell collection you'd like to show off? Here are our readers' ideas for how to use those seashells in beautiful crafts.
Opening in a z-shape, these stamped cards are fun to receive. Use a fish stamp to create a whimsical stamped card to say thanks.
Embroider a shirt, bag or kitchen towel with a colorful, tropical fish. These free embroidery designs are a great way to embellish just about any fabric.
Create this fabuluous under the sea fish decor. It can be used for a pool party or any kind of fun get together. Using discs and colorful tissue paper you can be the life of the party.