Create beautiful heart suncatchers using tissue paper! This craft is perfect for kids of all ages and works on many important skills, like creativity, fine motor skills and concentration. Plus it’s totally fun to make and looks great hung on a sunny window!
Start your kids on crafting with Mod Podge early so they can learn all the wonders of this classic adhesive and get creative! It’s non-toxic so kids and adults alike can enjoy these fun crafts!
This is a classic craft that’s perfect for all ages. I remember making something like this as a girl scout at a cabin in the mountains and I loved mine!
Add an even more personal touch to your jewelry making with homemade bezels. Make any shape you like, from letters to silhouettes to basic shapes. The possibilities are endless with a little imagination.
Sometimes you just need an easy craft that can be finished in minutes. For me, I almost always turn to making magnets when I need something to do with my hands while just passing time. I decided to grab some of my favorite paint colors and make these colorful and fun magnets to brighten up my fridge!
By General Crafts Contributor Amy from the Etsy Shop DangerousRainboCraft.
Rock hunting has quickly become a popular family activity. Communities band together to decorate rocks then hide them for someone to find. The finder is encouraged to post a photo to the Facebook group to let the person who painted it know it was found then hide it again or keep it if they love it. My area just started a Facebook rock group so I decided to try something a little different using junk mail and Mod Podge for my first set of rocks. I can’t wait to see how many times my rocks get found and found again.
Ever since I discovered Mod Podge Photo Transfer, I’ve been super interested in testing what I can transfer photos onto. The idea to try out air dry clay has been intriguing to me for a while. I was hoping I would get a nice, worn look from the transfer with slightly textured clay. These little clay bowls were just what I wanted. They’re perfect for rings next to the sink or little office supplies!
After finishing up a super zen coloring session, I love looking at my newly colorful creation. Coloring pages can be so pretty, it’s hard to just leave them inside their books or throw them away when you’re done. I’m always looking for fun ways to show off my perfectly executed coloring skills, and this coaster craft is one of my favorites.