Posts Tagged ‘crafts’

Button Crafts Will Keep Kids Busy April 30, 2014 No Comments

Buttons are so cool. They come in such a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes, and who knew there were so many crafting options available for them? Red Ted Art knew, and you will know, too, just as soon as you check out the gallery of ideas, which includes Mother’s Day gift tags, button monogramming [...]

Host Art Camp at Home June 19, 2013 No Comments

Artist and blogger Chrissie Grace just taught an art camp for kids ages 6-8. Here, she shares her way-cool projects and empowers you to try them at home. Send her a photo or tag them on Instagram (#summerseries2013) to win a free 8 x 10 from her shop.

Facebook Find — Etsy April 26, 2013 No Comments

Etsy is, like, the home of all things cute and clever and crafty, and you should “Like” the Etsy Facebook page if you want to land at all sorts of great items. Just look at these ideas for Mother’s Day (found them via the Etsy Facebook page), these darling soft and comfy shoes (found them [...]

Dare to DIY March 25, 2013 No Comments

Babble.com rounds up some really great DIY projects, like a no-sew clutch, pom-pom garland, Instagram magnets, and an egg bunker. Not sure what an egg bunker is? Check it out, and you may just be able to incorporate it into your Easter festivities.

Project Pretty Pencils February 13, 2012 No Comments

You might not be the craftiest person in town, but here’s one artsy idea you can surely implement. Just stock your kiddos with pipe cleaners, pom-poms, felt, foam, glue, and more, and tell them to create animals and aliens and anything their little hearts so desire. Here’s where you come in: just hot glue gun [...]

Crafty Containers February 10, 2012 No Comments

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Fall Family Fun September 5, 2011 No Comments

Ready for a little family fun, or maybe a lot of family fun? Well, you’re in luck, because there’s acmagazine — called, well, FamilyFun — that can bring all sorts of excitement into your life. I happen to get the hard-copy publication in my mailbox each month, but there’s an online version, too. Check it [...]