Fun projects perfect for teaching older kids new crafting techniques.
These colorful corsages bloom year-round, and they're easy to make from felt and assorted decorations.
A shell pendant framing a diminutive drawing becomes a wearable work of art.
Recycle old catalogs and magazines into stretchy, swanky bracelets that cost next to nothing to make.
A scrapbooking page pebble turns a sweet photo or paper swatch into a pretty charm.
Create a chic pin from an ordinary piece of cardboard, decorative paper, buttons, and beads.
Turn a sweatshirt into a fashionable new shrug.
These glamorous nighttime shades make a fun accessory at a Superstar Sleepover or for any beauty rest.
Setting up a party for the big game? Dress up your table with the fun football centerpiece. Choose a variety of colors like we did, or cater the colors to your favorite or to the two teams playing in the biggest night in football!
Here's the perfect sign for a big (or little) sister to hang from her bedroom doorknob when she needs a little alone time.
Make your own monster-rific marionette of Art, one of the new characters from Disney Pixar's Monsters University.
This classic craft is a great Easter craft or sunday school project.
Fill this treasure box with trinkets, photos, or anything else your child wants to keep near (and dear!) to her heart.