Popsicle sticks, ice cream sticks, paddlepop sticks or craft sticks - whatever you call them, there are plenty of fun things to do with them.
Have a stash of corks, and not sure what to do with them? See what the kids can come up with.
Ever attempted to make something you've seen on Pinterest? How did that work out?
Remember the time you crafted some dollhouse furniture entirely out of paper?
We do love a bit of chocolate making and it really is a cinch if you have the right gear. We've put together all you need to make some simple chocolate heart pops for Valentine's Day.
Collecting pebbles, beach stones or river rocks is an activity many kids enjoy during their holidays. Why not create some fun and creative things with these collected treasures?
There's no argument that the Japanese are masters of all that is aesthetically and functionally perfect. From origami, to tea ceremonies, right down to the seamlessly-run rail system, absolutely everything runs like clockwork and with a ritual of etiquette to match.
Three years ago, artist and dad, Dominick Cabalo, began drawing on his son's lunch bags to help him make new friends.
Get the kids in the holiday spirit with these easy Christmas craft ideas.
When your child brings home a particularly heart-melting piece of artwork, it usually goes straight to the poolroom. Okay the fridge.
If you're puzzling over what this artwork could be made from, then you're not alone.