Spring Crafts from FamilyFun

Looks like Spring has finally arrived here in Pangman, Saskatchewan. For a while we were not sure if it would every come, as it kept snowing in April and early May, but lately the ...

Sew or Quilt a Tote Bag for Spring!!

Everytime I go shopping I notice that all the stores have their own reusable shopping bags. Most of them are black with the store logo on them. But for Spring, I think it would be ...

Knit and Crochet Some Flowers!!

I was thinking I would like to make up some flower pins to give as a gift for some friends. I have never crocheted or knitted flowers before, so I started searching the internet for ...

Spring Flowers!!

Today it is cold and snowing here in Pangman, Saskatchewan.  I can not wait for Spring to arrive. If you can not wait for Spring here are some bright colored flowers you can make ...

Stitch some Birds and Flowers for Spring!!

I was looking through my craft magazines last night and found some flower and bird cross stitch pictures that I thought I might like to stitch.  Then I decided to check out to see ...

Knit a Bright Dishcloth for Spring!!

I was looking outside just now and all I see is snow everywhere. We have had more snow here this year than in the past few years.  I went in the craft room last night, dug out some ...

Tin Can Herb Pots and Plant Pals

Over at FamilyFun I found Plant Pals, a craft for children 2 years and up. These Plant Pals would cheer up your kitchen window this Spring. Also, at Kaboose, I found Tin Can Herb ...

Make a Woodsies Wind Chime

While looking for some more Spring craft ideas, I came across this Woodsies Wind Chime to make over at MakingFriends. Use your imagination and add different wood shapes and paint in ...

Recycle your Milk Carton and make a Bird Feeder!

This week it is cold and has even snowed a bit here in Pangman, Saskatchewan, and I am wondering when Spring is actually going to arrive. When I was looking for some craft ideas for ...
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