Bead and Button Teacup Give someone an usual gift with this bead and button teacup. It's a great craft activity for kids who enjoy decorating things with fashion accessories, and can be used for a small plant since the recipient probably won't be drinking from the cup.
Bead Babies Get your ducks (and caterpillars and bunnies too) in a row with this easy critter craft. Reports our test mom, "This project really sparked my kids' imaginations!"
Celtic Cross Make a beautiful celtic cross by adding beads, tape and Kreinik thread on an unfinished wood cross.
Easter Egg Decorating Ideas All kinds of ways to decorate your Easter eggs: marbeled, sponge painted, crayons, napkin appliqued and more.
Folded Paper Trivet Want to recycle those magazines? Here is a fun way to involve the children in making versatile project they could give to grandmother or perhaps their teacher. It can be used as a trivet or a decorative bowl.
Lion and Lamb Note Holders Teach your kids the art of quilling, a decorative paper-rolling technique, then round up a set of these message-bearing spring icons.
Mexican Confetti Eggs Although they originated in Renaissance Italy, confetti-filled eggs have long been a popular part of Mexican Easter celebrations. There, the eggs are traditionally broken over the head of a friend, who makes a wish upon their impact.
Origami Shamrock Green paper, scissors, and these print out directions will have you on your way to making a whole stack of origami shamrocks to decorate or pass out to friends for St. Patrick's Day.
Parting of the Red Sea Make this recreation of the biblical story where Moses parts the Red Sea to allow the freed Jewish slaves to escape from Egypt. What a fun way to teach children about this story of faith.
Squished Paint Artwork Using acrylic paint and 2 old frames (with glass), you can create 2 fun, unique pieces of wall art. No art skill necessary!
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