This two-in-one craft is great for decking the halls and makes a perfect present. Just add personal touches like Christmas doodads or even kids’ small toys.
“Metro Parent Make It Blog” Archive
Give your family’s house a dash of wintertime fun with decorations featuring birdseed, Santa mustaches, string art – and even a simple seasonal wood wreath.
After you’re done with the Thanksgiving feasting, wash up those bowls, measuring cups, cheese graters and more for holiday DIY project supplies.
The two holidays intersect in 2013! But when it comes to DIY projects, you don’t have to pick sides. Here are four fun ways to celebrate this unusual cross.
The rough-around-the-edges material makes a smooth finish for this nifty decoration. Even better, it’s easy to get kids involved with this DIY project, too.
Fire up those creative juices with ArtSkills open-ended materials like duct tape, glitter, all-in-one kits and jumbo-sized markers, colored pencils and stickers.
Take a fall stroll and let those stray feathers, leaves and autumn hues spark creativity with these tutorials for T-shirts, place cards, decor, napkins and more.
Get the Thanksgiving fun going for kids with this cool craft that turns the classic hand turkey into a poofy activity you can display for the holiday
Give your family holiday decorations and activities an original twist with make-your-own place mats, coloring sheets, banners and more with these templates.
This DIY kit has a menorah project and dreidel spin art for kids. We put our own stamp on things with a fun card and envelope for the Jewish Festival of Lights.