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This is a fantastic low-mess craft that only uses a handful of materials. Add a dot of hot glue to the flower, press it onto the elastic and repeat—it’s so easy!
This is such a fun craft project that only uses a handful of materials! The only scraps you’ll be making are from cutting the scraps of long hair fur.
Spooky, spidery legs are perfect for the easy accordion-paper folding technique and make for a super fun Halloween craft. This effect can be used on so many projects!
This easy 3-D pumpkin is made entirely from paper– stand it on a shelf or hang it on a ribbon as part of a fall mobile or garland.
Penny Bauder is a mom of two and an environmental activist based in San Diego. She’s the founder of the earth-friendly craft subscription company Green Kid Crafts.
Some days it’s a little too chilly to play outside, but there are so many fun eco-crafts your kids can create while keeping warm indoors. Upcycled snow globes: Grab a variety of kitchen containers, such as jars, salt shakers, or syrup jars, to create upcycled snow globes in three easy steps. You’ll also need a hot glue gun, a blender, …
Try this simple vegetable stamping activity for St. Patrick’s day. The peppers give a festive flair with their natural clover shape, while the stems provide an easy-to-grip handle.