These fun spider crafts for kids range from simple to more sophisticated and use everyday materials you already have around the house!
These paper flowers made from up-cycled magazine pages have a super short materials list and they are so darn pretty! Anyone would be a glad recipient of a paper flower bouquet like this!
These colorful painted paper vases are made from a simple paper plate. No, they won’t hold water. But they’re so sweet you won’t’ care. These paper plate vases are perfect for holding a bouquet of paper flowers or a few treats!
Paper weaving is a simple and inexpensive way to teach young kids the basics of weaving. This can be a tricky skill to teach (and learn) but starting with a few simple tips will help your young artist to be successful!
Let me start by saying I am not a master of origami. Projects requiring precise instructions in order to produce results usually result in me throwing my hands in the air. This little origami bookmark has just a few easy steps and offers lots of possibilities.
This weaving could just as easily be done with construction paper or even recycled old art work. But bright spring colors, a few simple watercolor techniques, and freshly painted Easter egg shapes make this paper weaving project really shine!
These little blank books are full of possibility! And the best part is each book is made from just a single sheet of folded paper. So grab a sheet of plain paper or these two free templates and get folding!
Notan is a Japanese concept that focuses on the play of light and dark. This fun cut paper heart uses the classic heart shape and combines it with a bright and beautiful watercolor background.
The Chinese New Year is a celebration rich in traditions perfect for exploring with kids of all ages. These Chinese paper lanterns made from simple templates are a fun way to learn more about the Spring Lantern Festival.