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Celebrate summer with this patriotic door hanger! This is great project to enlist your kids’ help on – They will have fun painting the cutouts and helping you glue the pieces together to create this fun decoration. Difficulty level: Beginner Time to complete: 20 minutes Age range: 8 and up Things you’ll need: “4” Wood […]
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Get outside and play with this larger-than-life Tic-Tac-Toe game! This is the perfect summer yard game – It’s easy to transport and kids will have hours of fun arranging the letters! Difficulty level: Beginner Time to complete: 30 minutes Age range: 12 and up Things you’ll need: Paper mache letters (X and O) Acrylic paint […]
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Dress up your little darling this 4th of July with a patriotic tutu! With a few simple materials, you can create a festive skirt that will have her twirling all day long! Difficulty level: Beginner Time to complete: 30 minutes Age range: 12 and up Things you’ll need: Red, white and blue tulle Ribbon Foam […]
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Light up the night with this patriotic lantern! This mason jar craft only takes a few minutes and looks lovely as a centerpiece for your picnic table during the warm summer months! Difficulty level: Beginner Time to complete: 10 minutes Age range: 8 and up Things you’ll need: American flag Tealights Sand Scissors Ribbon Hot […]
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Difficulty level: IntermediateTime required: 30 minutes, plus time for paint to dryAge range: 12 and up, with optional supervision for craft knife Things you’ll need:Recycled soda bottleSharpie markerScissorsCraft knifeSpray paintBlack paint penPurple paint pen Things to do: Remove the labels from the recycled soda bottle. You may not be able to get then entire sticky […]
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Difficulty level: Intermediate Time required: 30 minutes Age range: 12 and up Things you’ll need: Earring hoops 2 small doilies Sewing needle and coordinating thread Sewing pins Scissors Clear glue Things to do: Fold one edge of a doily over the hoop earring to decide how large you want to cut your doily. You can […]
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Difficulty level: Beginner Time required: 45 minutes, including baking time Age range: 12 and up Things you’ll need: E6000 glue Polymer clay Earring post and clutch set Clay tools or scissors Oven Baking sheet Things to do: 1. Break off a small piece of clay. Knead the clay to soften it. 2. Using the palm […]
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Difficulty level: Beginner Time required: 30 minutes Age range: 12 and up Things you’ll need: 36mm sterling silver hoop earrings Scissors Bright Embroidery Floss Tacky glue Things to do: 1. Open the hoop earring. 2. Cut a strand of embroidery floss that’s about 25″ long. Tie the end of the floss in a knot around […]
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This is a great project for scrap yarns. You can use a variety of weights and colors. The heavier your yarn, the faster you’ll complete this project.
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Difficulty level: Intermediate Time required: 45 minutes Age range: 12 and up Things you’ll need: Embroidery floss Scrap cardboard that measures 2 1/4 ” high Jewelry pliers Necklace chain 4mm jump rings Scissors Things to do: 1. Begin wrapping embroidery floss around the scrap cardboard. 2. Continue wrapping until you’ve wrapped the floss around about […]
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