With Halloween behind us, the upcoming December holidays bring on a full slate of arts and crafts fairs around the metro. These events take place all year long, but the pre-holiday season finds them at […]
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For a unique Mother’s Day gift, you can’t go wrong with a homemade craft from your child. The following crafts are geared to specific ages, but all are sure to delight mom.
Arts and crafts aren’t just for kids, they’re becoming more popular as works of art. Homemade pieces have become more cherished than some manufactured goods and next weekend you can check them all out at the American Craft Council in St. Paul.
Beef stew, corn beef and cabbage — none of it would be complete without a green beer.
I am envious of those who can make their own clothes, accessories, décor and gifts. We all know people like this — those who can cut out and sew their own skirts, hats, bags and more; darn the holes in well-worn and loved sweaters and scarves.
Holiday arts and crafts fairs are an excellent way to meet people in the community, invest in small businesses and support local artists and crafters.
When the weather turns cold and blustery and it’s time to head inside, the days can get long and monotonous, especially with little ones underfoot. It’s during these times when all the toys have been played with, all the puzzles solved, the games played out, the books read, and the screen time used up, that an art project sounds appealing.
Channel your inner Martha Stewart by creating inexpensive and easy crafts for Halloween. The kids love it, and it’s a perfect way to spend quality time together.