I love papier mache crafts for children - papier mache is great for creating and sculpting fun three-dimensional projects, for hours of fun and enhanced creativity. You may need to make a few of these pens as they will want some for all of their friends. This idea was inspired by the adorable Olaf from Frozen.
My son has always been a huge fan of Jack Skellington, so I created this cake with him in mind. No special skills are needed to put this together -- it's really simple and fun. The red and green layers are a festive surprise!!
Do you have a Mickey and Minnie Mouse fan on your gift list? Make these adorable gift card holders from duct tape and give your gift cards in true Disney style! Step by step instructions will help you create these holders in a snap.
I LOVE those coconut and caramel Girl Scout cookies (so much so that my husband brought along a box when he proposed. I liked the ring better, but only by a small margin).
This puppy chow recipe has all the flavors of those cookies, and, thanks to the rice cereal, the same satisfying crunch that those cookies have. I've tried a lot of Caramel deLite®-inspired recipes in my time, and I think this is the best one I've ever had.
It's perfect for snacking on while watching a family movie, or packaging up to give as holiday gifts to neighbors and teachers.
Ugly Christmas sweater parties are tons of fun because they're all about showing off your tackiest duds. But, this year you can make your nails match your sweater with this Ugly Christmas sweater nail art tutorial!
Here is a twist on the traditional pom-pom tutorial! Pom-poms are a timeless, classic (and quite addicting) craft to make for all ages. They're even more fun when you add sparkle yarns to the mix. OK, while we're at it, why not gems too? One can never have too much sparkle! I made these pom-poms into friendship rings, but they can also be used for everything from hairclips to ornaments.