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Great ideas for getting kids started on their first garden and turning nature into their very own craft supply house.
These gardening ideas are sure to plant a seed for great fun in the garden.
Spring crafting is in the air. Brighten everyone's day with our super spring crafts.
Even if your little gardener can't write his name yet, he'll still enjoy watching it grow!
Add some character to your family's garden bed or front yard with these crafty critters that bob and sway in the spring breeze. The base is made from an easy-to-bend aluminum ruler.
Give returning feathered fliers a fancy place to touch down by embellishing a fl owerpot saucer with colorful tiles or pebbles (our pebbled version is on page 101). To extend its life, store your birdbath during freezing weather.
Manny brought a little green into his neighbor's home when he built her a flower box. Now Preschoolers can learn about being green with this eco-friendly craft.
These egg cup tulip flowers are a classic spring craft with a slight twist. By adding contrasting colored tissue paper, you'll find these are pretty enough to display in a vase!
This egghead eggshell planter is a fun project for Easter, Earth Day or just about any spring day you can think of.
Tomato plants love the sun, so even if you plant them upside down, they'll find their way to the light. For a fun family project, give it a try and see for yourself.
Bone up on botany and save some mementos of summer by pressing plant leaves and petals.
If it feels like spring's taking too long to sprout, liven up a winter windowsill by making this mini greenhouse.
A garden stake that really cuts the mustard.