For kids who want to sew — but may not be ready for a sharp needle or complex sewing machine — this personalized piece of wall decor is a great starter project. Not only will they be proud to gift it or hang it in their room, but working the stitches helps them practice an even, repeating pattern that builds fine motor skills. It's a win all around!
Grab those plain T-shirts lying around the house and give 'em a cute upgrade. These butterflies as super easy to make, so the kids can get in on the fun, too!
S'mores are a classic campfire treat, but those flavors you know and love can taste just as satisfying sans-campfire! These three frozen snacks are perfect for a hot summer's day, and you only need a few quick recipes to pull 'em all together.
Clothing and accessories are an awesome way for kids — and everyone, really — to express their creativity. But instead of buying new stuff, help your little fashionistas upgrade what they've got with some cool DIY felt patches. They're easy to make and look great ironed on everything from backpacks to jean jackets.
Pizza's a win no matter what, but when you want to up the fun factor, turn your food into a friend! All you have to do is shape your dough and arrange your toppings to make these cute critter faces.
Saying "thank you" to essential workers — the nurses, doctors, grocery store employees and more — with a card you decorated yourself is a fun, creative way to personally express gratitude. Print out the PDF for an easy-start project (you'll get both a coloring page and a foldable card) or follow the hand lettering tips below to create your own from scratch.
Slow cookers are ideal for egg dishes. Nicki's recipe for strata (layered casserole) uses eggs, bread, spinach, prosciutto and Gruyère cheese. It's an easy entertaining dish that pleases both the eyes and taste buds. Use a gluten-free baguette or make it dairy-free by omitting the cheese!