These coffee filter Christmas trees have the simplest supply list ever. They come together for pennies apiece sp they’re perfect for group crafting. And, they’re so delicate and pretty you won’t believe they’re made from coffee filters!
Start with my free printable house template and let your imagination take over. Create a gingerbread house for the holidays or a play city for anytime of year. Learn how to make a paper house the easy way!
These DIY coasters are an excellent intro to textile weaving and have a super cute, gifting worthy finished product. But maybe the best part is that they can be made from 100% up-cycled materials which means they are free to make. Totally free crafting- woohoo!
Did you ever wonder how to make t-shirt yarn? Did you even know that was a “thing?” It is and it’s a super fun way to up-cycle a ratty t-shirt into cozy yarn perfect for crafting with.
Do your kids love mixing and making? If so this colored clay recipe will be right up your alley! Simple ingredients and plenty of opportunities for sensory fun make this air dry clay a sure winner.
Crafting from pasta may sound like a craft from VBS in the 80’s but I promise, these bright and beautiful painted macaroni beads look all modern. Making these snazzy beads is quick and easy and a fun little process for your kiddos!
These leaf bowls are deceivingly quick and easy to make. The air dry clay recipe comes together with only a few household ingredients and the finished bowls are pretty enough for gifting.
This clay pendant starts with the perfect air dry clay recipe and then uses some favorite childhood toys to create texture. This is a great sensory experience as well as creating a sweet little keepsake pendant.
This sweet and simple DIY finger puppet project is the perfect first introduction to sewing. A simple whip stitch is introduced while the little details are simply glued on to prevent frustration. The fun of these little finger puppets will last long after the making is done. Playing with them may be the best part!