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DIY Paper Quilling

Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Paper quilling is a great technique for adults and older children to try at home. You can start by using materials around your house and then branch out into professional-quality materials to take your projects to the next level.In the below article, guest artist Ann Martin ...

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Dried Flower Wall Art

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Transform pieces of nature into a beautiful wall hanging with this fun project that uses dried flowers and plants from your own backyard. Look around for different textures and colors that complement each other and that will remind you of summer all year round. Get creative and put your own spin on it!

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DIY Fairy House

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Celebrate International Fairy Day on June 24 by creating your very own fairy house using materials you can gather from your own backyard and neighborhood.Since we spent the spring tidying up our gardens, it’s now time to attract and welcome the fairies to our yards. Although the...

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I-Spy Bottle

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Create your own DIY I-Spy Bottle using dyed rice and a few small toys and trinkets. This fun project is perfect for families with kids who love a good “Seek and Find” challenge!

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Stamped Thank You Signs

Sunday, June 7, 2020

In the below activity, the Brandywine's Liesl Mahoney, Associate Educator for School & Family Programs, discusses a fun and creative activity the whole family can participate in to thank the many frontline workers in our communities. I really wanted to create signs to...

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