Why leave the beauty of nature at the door? Bring a touch of the outdoors to your refrigerator with these nature-themed projects.
If you want teach your kids about plants but don’t have much of a green thumb, consider making a terrarium. These attractive, low-maintenance projects are an easy way to bring Mother Nature’s magic indoors. Once you do the initial set up, your terrarium will basically take care of itself.
This project is a perfect opportunity to point out the different shapes and textures of various leaves to your little naturalists.
You can carve them. You can paint them. You could always stencil them. But why not try something new with your pumpkins this year? Use your creativity and ingenuity to make pumpkin people or pumpkin critters for your Halloween decorations.
Bring a little of the beach to your house all year round with this craft technique, which uses sand as "paint" to create a textural image.
If you had a great time on the family beach vacation, make this candle as a souvenir of your trip.
Turn the leaves in your yard into an eye-catching work of art.
Scrap paper transforms into beautiful, eco-friendly greeting cards that sprout wildflowers when planted. This project teaches basic paper-making skills while also offering a hands-on gardening experience.