Posts Tagged ‘crafts for kids’

@Home This Weekend: Alphabet Magnets

This weekend, grab some old magazines and some magnetic backing, and whip up a bunch of alphabet magnets, like these by Emu. Pop them on your fridge, and spell out things like “Happy Friday” or “take out the trash!”. What fun!

Bibliocrafting: Quiet Books

Kids of all ages love books, and kids of very young ages love quiet books! They’re interactive, they’re easy for little hands to handle, and they’re fun! Here are some that have been made by Craftsters: Check out the animal-themed quiet book made by Tatterhood! V0mich01 made this fun sports / ball-themed quiet book. Ac! […]

How to Make Cornstarch Clay

In this episode of Craftster Quickies, kittykill teaches you how to make cornstarch clay. It’s an easy project for long summer days. Get creative and use your clay for for all kinds of projects! Kittykill will show how to make a lace bowl for all your trinkets!

Handmade Gift Ideas: Salt Dough Ornaments

If you have a group of people you like to give a small gift to before the holidays, this is for you! Make them for teachers, co-workers, or even as tags to hang on larger gifts. Sweets4ever shows you an amazing tutorial to make these simple salt dough ornaments much more beautifully than you might […]

Crafts for Kids

It’s summertime, and if you’ve got kids, chances are they’re at home and looking for something to do. Entertain them with crafty projects! Here are some fun projects that you can do with kids of all ages. Some may require little help from you, and some may require more supervision, but either way, you and […]

Keepin' It Green: The Week in DIY: Make Your Own Sidewalk Chalk, Pack a Better Bag, and More

The Week in DIY: Make Your Own Sidewalk Chalk, Pack a Better Bag, and More Each week, we highlight some of our favorite craft projects from our friends at Treehugger and Planet Green to help inspire your inner DIYer. The Plastic Project: Popsicle Time! Cool off with frozen treats that are healthier than store-bought (since […]