By JustMommiesTeach your kids about sewing by making these charming felt + yarn ornaments together! It's simple, fun, festive and the sky is the limit as far as shapes and colors! You will need: 1. Cookie cutters 2. Felt » Read more
By Jill BritzThe candy aisle at the grocery store is littered with pink and red. Yep, it's that time of year again. If you're like many busy moms, checking Valentine’s Day off the to-do list is a bit of a chore. Is Sponsored Content: Not sponsored content » Read more
By InhabitotsAs spring unveils blooming flowers and chirping birds, we've rounded up several spring inspired crafts that will get kids into the cheerful spirit of the season . » Read more » Read more
These colorful glass art frames would make the perfect gift for grandma or grandpa. They look sparkly in any window, and your kids will enjoy making them with you. Follow this colorful glass window art tutorial courtesy of Craftster.org to see how to make them.
What child wouldn’t like watching his favorite movie in this fun cardboard box car? Using things from around your house, you can turn an ordinary cardboard box into something fun for your little one! Follow this tutorial courtesy of Craster.org to see how to make t
As spring heats up and kids get ready to be outside again and explore, a magnifying glass is a fun way to encourage them!
We all know four leaf clovers are the lucky flower of St. Patrick's Day. Why not make one that will bring your kids not only a fun project, but also a very lucky treat.» Read more » Read more