This DIY Santa’s clothesline made from red and white felt is both beautiful and simple to make! It doesn’t require any sewing and would look great as a homemade Christmas tree garland, or even as a DIY decoration for your mantle. And because we’ve included a free printable template, you don’t even have to worry about coming up with your own design!
Have your old plastic baubles seen better days? Make them new again by transforming them into DIY twine-wrapped ornaments! These beautiful rustic ornaments would look gorgeous hanging on any Christmas tree—and all that’s required to make them is a few simple supplies and a little bit of your time!
These DIY watercolour-effect alcohol ink ornaments are so easy to make, and they’ll look gorgeous on your Christmas tree! And if you’ve never worked with alcohol ink before, don’t worry—I’ve included a bunch of helpful tips to get you started!
Making a trip to the dollar store? All you’ll need to make these cute last-minute Christmas decorations is plastic ornaments, Mod Podge and glitter! These easy DIY ornaments may look fancy, but they’re actually super simple to make at home—and they’ll look beautiful hanging on your Christmas tree!
Do you love to decorate your tree with DIY Christmas ornaments? This project is so pretty, yet it’s easy enough for young kids to make! Keep things simple with colourful feathers—or, if you want more of a challenge, use metallic paint and glitter to create lovely white and gold feather ornaments that you’ll love to reuse year after year!
Looking for a fun holiday craft to do with your kids? All you’ll need to make this colourful project is a few simple supplies that you may already have at home! Your kids will love making this cute textured Christmas ornament craft using DIY puffy paint—and it even comes with a free template that you can download and print at home!
This easy Christmas-themed science experiment is so simple to set up, and it’s sure to keep your little ones entertained! Plus, there’s no need to plan in advance or make a run to the craft store—this fun last-minute activity requires zero prep time and nothing but simple supplies that you probably already have at home!
Looking for fun craft ideas to keep your children busy over the holidays? Crumpled tissue paper art is super simple to set up, and even toddlers and younger kids can actively participate! This colourful, kid-friendly artwork is a great way to celebrate the Christmas season—and we’ve even included a free Christmas ornament template that you can download and print at home!
Looking for an easy way to entertain your kids and get them excited for Halloween? This super simple jack-o’-lantern sensory bottle only takes a few minutes to make, but it’s sure to keep even younger kids entertained—and glitter jars are also a great tool for helping children regulate their emotions when they’re feeling upset!
Looking for a fun way to celebrate Halloween? These adorable spiders are fully edible and would make great Halloween party food! These sweet treats are super simple to make and 100% kid-approved—and if you make your own marzipan using the provided recipe, they’re also more cost-effective than you think!