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March Crafts
  • 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.
  • Flowered Basket
    Make this paper basket and fill with tissue paper flowers.
  • 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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