Get inspired by two kid-friendly outfits that have gone viral, thanks to ‘Mayhem’ and Jimmy Kimmel, and make bunny paper dolls and watercolor crochet wall art.
“Metro Parent Make It Blog” Archive
Grab a heart-shaped puncher and some card stock, or a stamper and inkpad or paint pen, to make this cool DIY greeting in time for the March 17 holiday.
These DIY ideas are inspired by young crafters! Discover a cool new collection by blogger Jo Cho, winter ‘story stones’ – even how to make your own baby wipes.
In March and April 2014, find DIY projects at Home Depot, Creative Arts Studio in Royal Oak, Pewabic Pottery in Detroit and the LEGO KidsFest in Novi.
Looking for a fun family project? Try a stuffed marshmallow, washi tape card, crochet bracelet or trick for turning an old container into Lego-head storage.
If your children love paper and creating notebooks or stories, try five local resources: Blick Art, Greens, Paper Source, boundedition and 826michigan.
Looking for a fun paper craft that doubles as a place to jot doodles or maybe notes on future DIY projects? This does it and upcycles an empty cereal box, too.
The popular game transforms into an easy craft that children can make with a few free downloadable templates, a canvas bag and fabric markers.
Whip up some DIY ombre striped office supplies, a tooth fairy pillow, Polaroid-frame tea bag tags and mini balloon love messages with these blog tutorials.
Is your family ready to go for the gold? Get into the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, in Russia, with this fun DIY celebration project that makes everyone a winner!