Check it out! We’ve adapted some of our favorite projects to be made with common household items. From upcycling the toilet paper rolls you've been hoarding to spring-themed projects, these activities help kids get creative and resourceful while at home.
Make an awesome craft with special guest crafter, Marci from 3DuxDesign! Learn how to make a real working lever with a little bird that will pop up with a message. When finished you can make a fun video card to send out to put a smile on someone's face.
Cardboard - at least 1, 8"x8" piece
Download Dream Catcher Template HERE
Hole puncher or something pointy to poke through the cardboard
Yarn (various colors)
Any one of the following: markers, colored pencils or crayons
Optional embellishments: beads, feathers, sequens, etc.
acrylic yarn, cotton crochet string, fishing line
Any of the following sticks approximately 1, 14" and 1, 10": skewers (2 sticks total): dowels, chopsticks, relatively straight sticks from outside
A resourceful way to do one of our all-time favorite techniques!
One or all of the following:
Cardboard at least 5”x5” the bigger the better
5+ yards of Yarn or some sort of length of string
Buttons, beads, googly eyes
Ready to make your own kumhimo board? This is one of our all time favorite techniques that keeps kids and adults relaxed and focused.
Get in the spirit with a St. Patrick's Day project!