By Kids’ Crafts Contributor Rachel from the blog Doodle and Stitch.
These pretty tissue paper flowers are a lovely craft idea this spring. This craft would make a perfect gift for mother’s day!
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.
Yo-yos are fun and a little addictive to make. They’re great for watching your favorite TV show or movie, and they can help you use up your scrap fabric. Here are some of my favorite crafts that use all those fabric yo-yos you make.
Turn a yo-yo into a statement accessory piece. You can make it as large or small as you want. Use up some scrap fabric or let a little one pick out a few fat quarters.
By General Crafts Contributor Michelle
Pajaki are paper chandeliers, a Polish folk craft made to decorate the home with bright spring blooms. Traditionally made with wooden reed straws, and tissue paper, here’s a fun version to make with plastic, or paper straws, and other various crafting materials.