Use our downloadable templates to make pirate-themed favors for your party or treasure hunt, including eye patches, Jolly Roger flags, and black drawstring booty bags!
Use colored duct tape to decorate plain flip flops with a sweet butterfly.
Check out this idea we found for a great way to decorate onesies for a baby shower that results in great handmade gifts.
Be inspired by our Princess Peach birthday party! Get ideas for games, decorations, favors, cake and more!
Make a perfect cake for a Princess Peach birthday party with pink sashes, candy jewels, and a crown.
Check out a great new book we found to get inspiration for making your own mixed media dollhouses out of ordinary household items.
Make easy chocolate-covered marshmallow Peeps for a special Easter treat!
Turn an old pair of sweatpants into a cute bunny tote bag for Easter with this simple sewing project.
See how Jo got creative to fill Little Jo’s request for green glitter shoes to wear on St. Patrick’s Day.
Make adorable Easter egg hunt invitations with our easy download-and-print template.
Check out the adorable chocolate-covered pretzels one of our readers made, wrapped to look just like crayons, to use as party favors.
Have a leprechaun visit your house on Saint Patrick’s Day and leave behind a series of treats for the kids, including a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!
Use scrapbook paper, a frame and some dry erase markers to create a re-usable and ever-changing art display.
Print out our template to make a cute tag for bags of popcorn for Valentine’s Day.
Turn an old cork into a festive reindeer Christmas ornament with just a few simple craft supplies.
Have fun making a snowman wall hanging out of felt with interchangeable pieces!
Remind people that Santa is watching with these cute little Naughty and Nice tickets.
Use marshmallows and twisty straws to make chocolate-covered snowmen treats.
Make a mailbox for Santa to give a special present to your child every day leading to Christmas.
Get some party game ideas for a Super Mario Brothers party or other kid event.
Turn ordinary peanut butter and jelly into a ‘gem’ of a sandwich with this fun and easy technique
Make our 1-UP Super Mario Brother party invitations using our step-by-step instructions and downloadable template.
Turn an ordinary box of crayons into a unique and colorful party invitation.
Learn to make a toy bag that will attach easily to the side of a crib.
Create a binder to hold all of the supplies you need for making greeting cards.
Learn how to make Disney princess inspired hair clips using ribbon and basic instructions or order them already made
Use parasols to decorate for a baby or wedding shower, and consider having plain ones available for kids to decorate at your wedding reception.
Design a unique baby announcement using the popular concept of magnetic poetry.
Learn how to make a fun bean bag toss game out of old jean pockets and terra cotta saucers.
Create calling cards for your child’s play dates with important information to make it convenient for you and the play date parent.
Make a glow-filled party favor for the end of the school year or the Fourth of July.
Make your next baby shower invitation unique and a game all at the same time by using plain wood picture frames.
Make a fun invitation using Jiffy Pop popcorn as a base. Great for a July 4th party, cookout, circus party, or movie themed event.
Create a summer camp survival kit for the camper in your life. A great surprise to receive in the mail or assemble it and tuck into his or her suitcase before he or she leaves!
Learn to sew a tiered, ruffled skirt for your from several different, coordinating fabrics. Your little girl will love it!
Try a simple sewing project for kids to make their own stuffed teddy bear. Download our template and use supplies you probably already have to create your own.
Use pegboard and PVC piping to organize play clothes and accessories in a wreck room.
Wrap rolls of LifeSavers candy in bright paper and ribbon to make the perfect little party favor or unique Thank You card.
Create a fun snack for the road by using a divided craft container to present a variety of small snacks.
Visit Shower in a Box for easy downloadable games for baby or bridal showers
Use sight words from a simple book to help build your child’s confidence in reading.
Learn how to sew an easy drawstring backpack that’s suitable for kids or adults alike. Our design used giraffe print fabric and were made to match a zoo themed party.
Make a survival kit to take to the hospital to help make labor and delivery just a little bit easier on the new parents.
Learn to use the Color Flow technique to create edible candy decorations for topping your cake. See Jo’s daughter’s birthday cake full of Disney princesses!
Make keepsake treat bags for your child’s next zoo-themed birthday party.