Discover how easy it is to make fancy rings using scraps of colorful fabric, felt, and chenille stems. These are perfect to make as a Mother’s Day gift or to exchange with friends and classmates. You can also easily modify …
Next time you clean out the dresser drawers, don’t throw away those old t-shirts that are stained, holey, or just too small. Instead, follow the directions shared by NellieBellie to use them to craft colorful drink coasters.
It just takes …
Learn how you can make colorful puzzles for all your favorite kids both young and old. All you need is a piece of fabric with a large print, felt, and fusible web. You can cut simple puzzle shapes for younger …
How adorable are these little terracotta pots of Halloween Joy. Each one is made using a Glove and some pipecleaners.
For the full tutorial visit Craftsncoffee.com.
This Elmers glue Batik dye tutorial looks fantastic and was created by Our Creative Day. I am definitely adding this one to my summer To-Do list as I think not only will the kids love it I will too. …
This Wooden Spoon Puppet project is a great tool to teach your children about family. The Nature of Grace includes many different ideas and activities to go along with a ‘family’ themed lesson plan.…
If you are a sewer or quilter like me, you have a lot of scrap fabric lying around. This is a great project to let your kids use their imaginations to create something spectacular with them! Head on over to …
I stumbled upon this amazing Tomato Cage Lantern while searching for July 4th crafts back from 2010…I just love the rustic look of it. Your kids will love this lantern next to their tent while partaking in the Great Backyard …
I love the effect of using the two contrasting colors to give texture. This would be a great sleepover project for a tween girls night. Head on over to Flamingo Toes to see how simply this project really is.
Filth Wizardry could possibly be one of the most creative blogs you’ll find out there for things to do with children… In this post, she shows you how to make dishtowel skirts and then have your children paint and create …
Creative Jewish Mom has incorporated two mediums for this children’s craft. Children can really get creative when using different patterns of fabric while also molding their own creations out of the clay.
This craft is the perfect mix of artistry and functionality. Artwork that turns into a children’s stackable blocks…the kids can even help make this beautiful piece of art! Head on over to Sew, Mama, Sew! for the fabulous tutorial.