Planning a block party? Heading out for the local Fourth of July parade? Make some pinwheels to bring along as entertainment for the kiddos.
Kids have been folding paper into boat shapes forever. But I bet you can still impress yours by helping them create a waterproof version that really floats....
This year, experiment with a material called bleeding tissue paper to dye your eggs. The color transfers to other surfaces (like egg shells), leaving an...
Put some spring in your step (or at least on your fridge) with these do-it-yourself projects.
Next time you come across some nearly empty boxes of pasta in your cabinet, give this “noodle train” project a try.
Turn old socks, cardboard tubes and plastic lids into fun craft projects.
Does your child know how to sew? Do you? Members of older
generations learned how to sew as a basic life skill but many
adults today have never acquired...
Incorporate leaves into your family’s Thanksgiving celebration (or any other meal) by creating homemade placemats for your guests.
Turn the leaves in your yard into an eye-catching work of art.