Create a paper owl that blinks and winks.
Give your artwork a second life by turning it into a postcard using PowerPoint.
Experiments with faux alcohol ink made from common household materials on photo paper.
We have been using shrink plastic, a material that thickens and shrinks once heated, to make personalized crafts and gifts.
I did not think it would happen so soon — the Dumpling is now learning Chinese words in school that
Easy mini Easter activities book made from one single-sided piece of paper: print, fold, and cut. No glue!
Six other ways to do alphabet hunt worksheets besides circling the letters.
“Will you be a tai tai?!” That was the most frequently asked question I got after announcing my family’s relocation