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 …
This is a super simple craft that you can do with your children to get them ready for Valentine’s Day! The post is written by a woman from Italy where only adults celebrate Valentine’s Day. She decided to create a …
This project definitely seems to be geared more towards older children (or even fun for adults!) I love that you use coloring books for templates too! Zombies Wearing Helmets found this type of art in a vintage magazine, but it …
My husband is dying to get rid of his ‘junky’ wool for knitting (yes, my husband knits..pretty darn well too!) This would be a great craft to use odd leftover pieces of yarn! Head on over to Putti Prapancha to …
You can find ALL the links to these great ‘wool’ crafts seen in this photo over at KidsStyleFile. Side Note: These craft links were compiled from a computer in Australia where it is currently winter and apparently very cold…but …
Looking for a craft to do with your kids that can also help them decorate their rooms? Kims Kandy Kreations has a great tutorial on making these adorable yarn balls that she put lights in for her kids’ room.…
This project was truly a hands-on project that did not intentionally start out as Yarn Garland…but boy is it cute! Hands on As We Grow takes you through her family’s journey to finally come to this result with the …
This scarf is so cute, perfect for Valentine’s Day…and is also an appropriate craft for kids age 8 and up. Bubbly Nature Creations is where you CAN FIND THIS GREAT TUTORIAL!…
I just love the blog Creative Jewish Mom….she never ceases to amaze me with her creativity. I wanted to share her idea about using yarn in creating pictures with your children. No tutorial, just inspiration!
No Time For Flashcards has a cute little yard project to make a bird nest. Your kids will love this…glue and a balloon…need I say more?
Craft Test Dummies shows you how to make your own Bendaroos for a fraction of the price!
These yarn cards are so adorable, and what a great teaching tool for learning how to shape letters correctly, learn how to read simple words, write! This Little Project shows you how!
The Mother Huddle has a really cute lacing card idea. She includes the free printables for you as well!
This project would be so great for a imagination art lesson! Kids can be so creative with their color choice, button placement etc… Click on over to Think Crafts to see how to do it!