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.
Learning how to make these paper baskets is super simple and results in such sweet little baskets perfect for gifting a little treat or two. Three free paper templates make it easy!
These coffee filters flowers are so delicate and beautiful you won’t believe they started as plain old coffee filters. These coffee filter crafts are perfect for gift giving or setting the perfect table with these dreamy blooms!
Remember making Easter eggs with the fizzy tablets and then popping the box apart to make a little paper Easter egg holder? Well these free printable egg holders take that idea and add a pinch of creativity and color. Print, cut, and add your own details with any medium you choose!
These Japanese notan art inspired snowflakes incorporate the idea of positive and negative space based on the Japanese concept of notan.
Watercolors paints supply the cool color scheme and old fashioned paper doilies provide a delicate touch to this winter scene painting and mixed media collage.
\These woven watercolor hearts are an artsy take on traditional woven Swedish hearts. Enjoy the process of watercolors and then use the printable heart template to start weaving!
This woven paper Christmas tree craft is such a winner because the supply list is super minimal, there are lots of great basic skills involved, and the finished product is just so interesting! You’ll love to add this Christmas tree to your holiday mantle!
Cut paper snowflakes are a classic winter activity. They are so pretty, last for the entire winter, and are great for scissor skills. These doily snowflakes add two extra layers of interest; dreamy watercolor colors and the extra laciness provided by the doilies.