Kids and Teen

Kids and Teen

There’s no right age or wrong age for kids to start crafting. Lots of awesome options are available that go light years beyond crayons and glue. You’ll find that most of these crafts are fun for the whole family too! Here are some great books that show kids how to stretch their imaginations and express their creativity.
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  1. PomPoms

    PomPoms

    Projects are easy to make using just pompoms, chenille stems and glue. PomPoms are a great inexpensive craft that will keep your kids busy at home, in a scout troop, at a play day or at day camp. Learn More
  2. Poms, Stems and Wiggles

    Poms, Stems and Wiggles

    Make your gathering more festive with these creative projects. Learn More
  3. Sew Your Own Pet Pillows

    Sew Your Own Pet Pillows

    Pillows are one of the easiest items to sew, and one of the most affordable ways to add a splash of color and personality to a room. With twelve cute and cuddly animal pillows to make, and easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, seamstresses of all skill levels will enjoy making them. It is so easy to create these adorable pet pillows - all that's needed is a sewing machine, some inexpensive fabric, and a few basic sewing tools. The hardest part will be deciding which pillow to make first! Learn More
  4. Shirts and Shorts Paper Folding

    Shirts and Shorts Paper Folding

    Little paper costumes add dimension to all your papercrafts. Fun for kids of all ages. Learn More
  5. Strings 'n Things

    Strings 'n Things

    Using inexpensive supplies, your children can create a variety of beautifully decorated items that will inspire them to explore their own creativity and expand their interest in crafting. Learn More
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