A simple stencil technique allows your toddler free expression while painting these one-of-a-kind gifts -- and results in near-perfect designs. She'll be proud as a peacock to see them grace a friend or relative's holiday table.
Pack your child's lunch in their very own personalized container -- a fun craft from Spoonful.com.
Make shimmery music with a wind chime made from flatware
Let kids use their noodles to give every guest a special spot at the table.
Because they're easy to peel, clementines lend themselves well to this project, which turns them into fragrant votives.
These napkin rings will inspire an entertaining jaunt down memory lane and serve as place markers too.
An empty drink container makes two of these hardy vessels. Use one to hold crayons at the kids' table for mealtime doodling and others for a game. Each child uses a drinking straw to blow into the sail and make her ship travel across the table.
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.
These no-sew mats are a fun way to dress up the table for dinner
Even the youngest kids can help make these twinkling beauties. Cookie cutters are pressed into warm wax, then the cooled shapes are strung on wicks.
Artful Place Mats
Silvery Wind Chimes
Pasta Place Cards
Photo Napkin Rings
Colorful Fruit & Veggie Bowl
Pocket Place Mats