By General Crafts Contributor Victoria from the blog Dazzle While Frazzled.
Bring a patriotic touch to your mantel or add some festive to your party décor with a cute stars and stripes paper bow garland.
I must have birds on the brain lately. I love waking up to the chirping of the birds outside my window, it’s one of my favorite things about spring. I decided to create a fun and easy craft to bring the birds inside my home as well.
I’m getting a jump on Easter crafting this year. Here are some of my favorite Easter crafts to share with the kids.
If you dread the mess of working with dyes and actual eggs but still want to involve the kids in making their own unique, beautiful eggs ,these candy and toy filled wool felted eggs are the perfect alternative.
Making your own pom poms can be seriously addicting. Once you make one, you don’t want to stop! Luckily, there are tons of great pom pom crafts to put your homemade pom poms, or tiny store bought ones to good use.
Spring is right around the corner, and I’m sure anyone would want a bunch of little yarn bunnies decorating their house for the season. Create one for a child or yourself!
By General Crafts Contributor Michelle
With all that goes on in life, focusing on the negative can become a habit, robbing us of the joy that comes from all of the good things we have. Won’t you join my family in remembering all the things we have to be thankful for, by creating your own Thankful Tree and Banner?
I love everything about fall – pumpkin carving and hot apple cider, the smell of cinnamon and apples, the approaching holidays, and of course fall foliage. The color palette of autumn is my favorite: oranges, golden yellow, pinks and reds. The only bad part is how quickly the leaves fall and need to be raked and collected. Here are some fall leaf crafts to help you and your kids create with and keep some of those beautiful leaves.
This first craft can be made with store bought silk leaves, if you happen to live in a place that doesn’t have many deciduous trees this is a great way to celebrate autumn leaves anyway!
Decorate for Fall and Halloween with these fun and addictive candy corn pom poms! You won’t have to worry about a sugar rush with these candy corns, but they’re just as sweet as the real thing. You won’t want to stop making these easy decorations, so string them up to make a garland, fill a few bowls with them, or attach them to a wreath frame for a fun door decoration!