This paper pinwheel template comes in two sizes. They’re free to print and make cutest DIY pinwheels.
Portraits can be a great way to encourage self expression in kids. This 3D portrait lesson is no exception. Use the free portrait template to make the logistics easy and get creative by adding any medium you choose!
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!
Slime. Is that a dirty word at your house? It doesn’t have to be! Try this easy four ingredient Elmer’s glue slime for a super sensory activity!
You know the ingredients your kiddos like to stockpile for making slime? Use this simple DIY recipe to learn how to make air dry clay with everyday, household ingredients. This DIY clay is silky smooth and pure white; a super sensory activity no matter what you choose to make with it!
Is there anything a kid can’t make from a pile of craft sticks? This photo frame craft is so simple- once you show your kiddo the basics set them free and let them make! These make super sweet gifts when filled with a pic or a kid original drawing!
Do you know what a nicho is? In simplest terms a nicho is three dimensional or recessed display box. Follow along as we make DIY nicho boxes from up-cycled toilet paper rolls!
Spiderwebs are one of nature’s masterpiece. Make your own spiderweb craft using twigs and yarn!
Have you ever made old fashioned paper mache- you know, the kind with the flour paste and newspaper strips? Let me show you a simpler, neater way to make super fun patterned paper mache bowls with the unlikeliest of materials!