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    Thread Letters

    This boy-friendly decorating project mixes design with construction to create original wall art. Read more...

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    Sock Monster

    This sock puppet makes a very affectionate monster that loves to snuggle and tickle. Read more...

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    T-Shirt Ties

    With a fabric scrap and creativity, make a jazzy Father’s Day present this year. Read more...

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    Fabric Covered Journal

    Keeping a journal is a personal activity and is a great way for older children and adults to organize their thoughts, plan, express their emotions, and brainstorm. Why not give such a personal book an appropriately unique and expressive cover? With this craft, your older child can make their journal exactly how they want it to look, letting their creativity shine through. Read more...

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    Distressed Jeans

    Instead of buying expensive jeans that already have rips, tears, or bleach on them, why not save money by create your own worn looking jeans? Great for the fashion-minded creative teen. Read more...

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    No Sew Fleece Blanket

    Cozy up with one of your own creations on a cold or rainy day, this no-sew craft builds kids' confidence whilst working with fabric. A great jumpstart to more complicated sewing and fabric projects. Read more...

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    Finnish Flower Crown

    Celebrate mid-summer or any other day of the season with this simple-weave flower crown. A great way to teach your older children the basics of weaving. Read more...

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    Mexican Memory Keeper

    Let your child keep their holiday memories tucked away in this traditional Mexican yarn craft. They can hang this decorative memento in the corner of the room, above the bed or in a window. Read more...

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    Warhol Apple Totes

    Make delicious-looking book bag totes by using apples as stamps! A fashionable look for back-to-school and also a great gift for teacher or mum. Read more...