Great ideas for getting kids started on their first garden and turning nature into their very own craft supply house.
These helpful row-marking insects appear to be standing guard above your tender garden seedlings.
These clay coins are lovely springtime keepsakes, and in the process of making them, your kids can learn the names of the trees in your backyard or local park.
Invite gentle orchard mason bees into your garden with this simple home.
These pretty little flower gardens are perfect for Mother's Day, Grandparent's Day, birthdays, or just to celebrate springtime. Make one for your teacher, too!
With his cute floppy legs and bright orange beard, this darling clay pot leprechaun makes a great table or shelf decoration for St. Patrick's Day!
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.
These cute driveway signs hold a secret: at night, shapes cut from reflective tape become glowing stars and moons.
This free-form trellis -- made of garden stakes and painted by hand -- gives veggies and vines a colorful place to climb.
Use an inexpensive grapevine wreath and a flowerpot saucer to create a refreshing spot for feathered friends.
Welcome spiders to your garden with this bead-adorned tribute, which will catch the sun (and your eye!) when hung from an eave or a low-hanging branch.
For some amazing gazing, plant an assortment of these metallic orbs in your garden.