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anemptytextllineLet Your Imagination Flow With These Wooden Bead Creatures! Learn How To Make Your Own Little Creatures With Katie In This 4-Minute Tutorial.
Supplies Needed: Wooden Beads, Pipe Cleaners, Googly Eyes, Color Pencils Or Markers.
anemptytextllineGet your creativity speeding with these racing wooden spools! Learn how to make your own racer with Katie in this 3-minute tutorial.
Supplies needed: Wooden Spool, rubber band, paperclip, furniture pin, heavy-duty tape, metal washer, color pencils or markers.
anemptytextllineLet your crafting take flight! Learn how to make butterflies or dragonflies with Katie in this 3-minute tutorial.
Supplies needed: Clothespins, craft sticks, colored pencils or markers, glue, and magnets (optional).
anemptytextllineRepurpose old button down shirts into fun, dimensional wearables! Katie shows you how in this 3-minute tutorial.
Supplies needed: Wooden beads, old shirts or fabric scraps, and toothpicks (optional).
anemptytextllineColor, pattern, and design — block printing covers a lot of crafty ground! Katie shows you how to do this great project at home.
Supplies needed: Paper, wood shapes, foam or bristle brushes, paint or ink, and a cup of water.
anemptytextllineIf you're looking to boost your mask's ability to filter out small particles, NPR has three tips from researchers who've been testing mask materials in light of the pandemic — including a hack that involves a pair of pantyhose.