How about making a cube with the numbers 2015 (or whatever year it happens to be when you see this tutorial). A fun thing to do is to write a letter about what you hope for the following year. Put it inside the cube. Don’t look at it until the following year.
Here is a fun craft for younger kids who can’t stay up to 12:00 yet. You can make a countdown to 12 and have a pre-party with your young children, counting down to 12. This way your children don’t feel like they missed out on any of the New Year celebrations.
You can make a cute little paperclip angel to hang on your Christmas tree or to just decorate your bedroom or house. These are super easy to make and all of the materials are probably sitting around your house somewhere.
You can make this Autumn themed doll or figurine to celebrate fall, using an acorn cap for the hat and making a leaf out of felt for the “wings” of this little Autumn Fairy. This is a great Autumn-time craft that you will enjoy.
Here is a pen and pencil holder craft that is easy to make and great for an Autumn / Fall theme. This pencil holder is made with a recycled cardboard tube from a toilet paper roll or a paper towel roll. Use seeds and paint or markers to decorate the cardboard tube. Find the crafts instructions below. Your kids will love this one.
Learn how to make zipper pulls that look like miniature doll figures. Be creative and make them in all shapes, sizes, and colors. These zipper pulls are perfect for decorating your backpack as you go back to school.
School is about to start yet again and we thought you would love this craft to make a hand-sewn notebook cover. It is a super cute notebook cover that includes a stuffed bunny rabbit at the top. You love to write on it!
This is an adorable craft idea for little girls and teenage girls on the Fourth of July. By using mailing labels, you can make very patriotic nail art that can be taken off easily after the celebrations have finished.
Nature is beautiful so why not take advantage of that natural beauty to create a fun craft. Find either a sea shell or a snail’s shell on the beach (or wherever). Then get the paints out and get creative!