These sweet turkey headbands print on two pages and come together quickly for a quick and easy Thanksgiving craft!
Everything is coming up pumpkins this time of year. Pumpkin, lattes, pumpkin candles- it’s squash all around! While it’s still a bit too early for decorating with real pumpkins it’s the perfect time to print a set of these stand up pumpkin templates and color your own pumpkin that will last the whole season through!
Weaving paper is a basic elementary skill that’s important but is no joke to teach. Take that simple skill to the next level with this concept of weaving together two similar paintings.
Today I want to show you three easy ways to make a book. These are super simple bookbinding techniques that use everyday materials like index cards and rubber bands. But the resulting handmade books are an adorable start for a million creative writing, drawing, journaling endeavors!
Learn how to make pop up cards for any occasion with this simple pop up card template. Use the included illustrations or make your own to make your 3D card totally personalized and perfect for giving!
Turn any square of paper into an origami house with these simple directions. PErhaps my favorite thing about these little paper houses are the pay they’re sure to inspire!
These paper picture frames are so simple in terms of materials and time required but they are one of the cutest DIY picture frame ideas you’ll see. Whether your little person fills them with a photo or a special sentiment this is a sweet and simple, no prep gift idea for your little one!
This DIY flower headband is so pretty you won’t believe how simple it is to make. Super basic household materials come together to create these swoon worthy flower crowns. These flower crowns would add so much fun to imaginative play, a costume, or make a little person feel special anyday!
There is this beautiful brightly colored woven cloth known as kente cloth. It has bright colors, snappy geometric patterns, and is fun to touch were you to get your hands on a piece. Explore the kente cloth meaning through this multi media paper weaving African craft.