Turn ordinary paper into creative wonders with these simple crafts made from scraps.
Small enough to fit in a pocket, this clever keepsake unfolds into an impressive multipage book. Invite your family to fill its pages with the things they're thankful for this year.
Make a bouquet of big, bold sunflowers out of yarn and paper plates.
Feather your nest with these colorful birds made from loops of paper.
Card stock and dry barley are used to make these sweet sand dollars.
A quick and easy craft for rainy days. Make a ninja or ballerina finger puppet out of paper!
Create mosaic "tiles" from colorful magazine pages.
Use heavyweight paper to create eye-catching mobiles.
Inspired by artist Alexander Calder, these easy-to-make sculptural pieces provide endless play for burgeoning art-chitects.
Just crease, cut, and fold card stock to make these coiled serpents -- a no-mess project that leaves lots of room for inspired creativity.
Perfect for a rainy day, this Papier-Mâché project is a fun way to celebrate all the great produce -- peppers, tomatoes, eggplants, squash, and carrots -- that will be planted this season and harvested in the next.
Take a plain sheet of paper, make a series of folds, snip once, and, presto! You've got a super star.
Share your favorite photos in this creative greeting card.
An easy, step-by-step project that recycles pieces of ordinary paper into a decorative catchall for your desk or bureau.
Use our easy folding technique to turn paper scraps into sparkly stars and no-cut boxes that are great for gifts too.
This honeycomb-shaped wall shelf is easy to make from card stock or scrapbook paper, and great for holding tiny trinkets.
Help sow the seeds of imagination with a playset that includes everything your tot needs to open her own flower shop.
You don't need a green thumb to make these colorful paper flower crafts. Just a pair of scissors and a pile of old magazines and your glossy paper flower garden will soon be blooming.
Creating these lilies doesn't require a green thumb -- just card stock and the outline of a hand.
These pretty paper blossoms are perfect for Mother's Day, or anytime you want to show Mom how much you care.
Since you can't take pictures of actual fairies, why not make pictures of them out of flower petals and your imagination.
You won't be-weave how fast this newspaper basket comes together.
These bookplates make reading extra personal and extra fun.
All you need for the basic version of these puppets is a sheet of paper, tape, and a marker, making it a great boredom-buster when you're on the go.
Brighten a windowpane with a tankful of ocean animals.
Celebrate Black History Month by trying your hand at creating a paper version of kente cloth.
Make bright homemade envelopes with this craft from Spoonful.com
Mark where you left off in your book with this friendly little bookmark; another great craft from Spoonful.com.
A quick international craft--no interpreter needed.
Create a chic pin from an ordinary piece of cardboard, decorative paper, buttons, and beads.
Assemble a flock of decorative birds from paper with this easy craft.
This wonderfully retro portraiture technique makes an enjoyable "craftivity" at a gathering and creates lasting mementos to display in your house or to send home with family and friends.
This cool and creative shadow puppet alligator is a blast.
Have fun in the dark with this lanky giraffe shadow puppet.
Make a fun shadow puppet with this easy craft.
Garden of Weavin'
Paper Sand Dollars
Ninja and Ballerina Paper Finger Puppets
Colorful Fruit & Veggie Bowl
Fold-Out Photo Gallery
Paper Boxes and Stars
Fantasy Flower Shop
Glossy Paper Flowers
Easy-Weave Newsprint Basket
The Royal Weave
Personal Postal Packets
Hold Your Place in Style
Japan: Origami Butterfly
Paper and Bead Brooch
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