Family Projects

Family Projects
  • Wrap things up by learning to make stained glass cookies. Kaitlin teaches you how to melt different candies to create a stunning see-through effect.
  • Betcha didn’t know soap could be this gorgeous. It kind of looks like an artsy rainbow on a cloudy day, right? Even if you’ve never made your own soap before, this method is extremely beginner-friendly — all you need is a handful of supplies and a little bit of patience.
  • Have a kid who wants to sew... but who isn't quite ready for a sharp needle or complex sewing machine? We know you're out there. This personalized wall decor is a great learn-to-sew project that'll end up right where it should: with smiles and a cute finished item (not a meltdown and a mess).
    Sherri Sylvester
  • No matter their favorite emoji, kids will be all smiles for these silly cupcakes! So put down your phone, pick up your baking tools, and get ready to express all those sweet emotions with a batch of fun treats.
    Lynlee North Beckett
  • Embroidery is something that anyone can learn — it's easy, affordable and you can do it almost anywhere! In this kids' beginner class, explore embroidery basics alongside expert Jessica Long. Learn five foundational stitches as Jessica helps you create a magical narwhal design that you can hang on your wall or give as a gift.
    Jessica  Long
    Jessica Long
  • Do you have old T-shirts you never wear lying around your house? Us, too. We’re constantly looking for new ideas on how to revamp these fabrics, and what better way to make something old look prettier than by adding butterflies? This project is perfect for you and your kiddo, too!
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