Homemade Flower Rings
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 …

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Playdough Activity Mats

Making play dough mats has been on my to-do list for quite awhile. Pop on over to Emma Owl and you can download six shape-themed playdough mats. Print them out and laminate them and your kids can have fun …

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Making Prints for Mother’s Day Cards
This is a great way to teach kids about making prints while making a special card for moms and grandmas for Mother’s Day. To make these prints, you don’t have to have any special equipment or even make your own …

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Ladybug Math Game
This is a fast and easy game to make for preschool-aged and even older kids. All you need is felt and the printable template created by Tracey from We Made That.

You can use this lady bug game to …

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Stamped Flower Craft with Corks and Buttons

Discover how easy it is to make lovely flowers using corks and buttons. No, you don’t use corks as part of the flower…  You use then to make colorful prints that you turn into flowers!

Jacky from Happy Hooligans explains …

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Block Printing with Kids
If you have ever tried your hand at block printing, you know that some of the tools you have to use to carve the desired design into the block can be dangerous for kids to use. This tutorial has some …

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Easy T-Shirt Coasters
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 …

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Homemade Spin Art
Have you ever made a painting in a spin art machine? You fit the paper into position, place a few drops of paint near the center of the paper, and flip the ON switch… Even if you don’t have one …

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First Day of Spring
If you are going to be cleaning out your craft room or cupboard as a part of your spring cleaning routine, you can donate any unwanted yarn to the birds. Fill an empty suet feeder full of small pieces of …

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How to Create a Rainbow Stained Glass Window
This amazing stained glass window was made using pieces of paper that were colored and then painted. The secret ingredient? Vegetable oil!

Jean, from the Artful Parent, had her kids doodle designs on the paper using oil pastels (but …

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Heart Shamrock Decorations
This is a fast and easy St. Patrick’s Day decoration. These dimensional shamrocks are made using three heart shapes — hearts are much easiest to cut our than a shamrock shape. You can use the to decorate windows, doors, or …

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Felt Weather Board
Learn how to make this wonderful weather board that you can use to teach kids about weather. They can move around the felt pieces depending on what the current weather conditions are or they can try to predict the weather …

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Fabric Scrap Quilts for Kids to Make
Maybe I am drawn to this project because I love quilting and fabric. I also hate the idea of throwing fabric scraps, no matter how small they are, and this is a great excuse to save them to be used …

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Make Your Own Play Doh Picture Mats
Get kids coloring in a different way, filling in the lines with Play Doh! You don’t have to be an artist to be able to make these reusable, laminated pictures — simply follow these little drawing tricks shared by Lisa …

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No-Sew Fabric Puzzle

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 …

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