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Let kids create their own masterpieces with these fun art projects
Turn your kid's artwork into a unique greeting card for any occasion.
Kids can express their creativity with brightly colored window charms that make a great homemade gift; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
Car enthusiasts will find a sweet surprise on this card.
Kids can make those holiday thank-yous extra special by designing their own notes and envelopes with this textured name stamp.
With this outdoor art project, not only do you end up with beautiful marbled paper, but you get to play around with copious amounts of shaving cream.
Made using a centuries-old technique, paste paper is great for greeting cards, photo frames, collages, and gift wrap -- and it's a perfect outdoor craft for summer days.
Preschoolers find this paper-ripping craft project irresistible.
Help your tot commemorate autumn with this change-of-season collage, which uses fallen leaves to decorate a lovely handprint tree.
This festive banner uses a glue-based resist technique to give the appearance of batik without the messy wax.
Collaborate with your youngest on this fail-proof autumnal art activity that combines drawing, stenciling, and stamping.
Our May 2008 Mom of the Month, Whitney Scott, is known among family and friends for her thrifty decorating ideas. She recently transformed an eighties-era chandelier into a bejeweled creation worthy of royalty.
This craft incorporates the three colors and seven principles of Kwanzaa