These chocolate cookies have a peanut butter surprise inside! This is a perfect way to use up extra Peanut Butter moulding dough or extra peanut butter play-dough.

A quick way to add a personal touch to a gift card.

This kitchen angel is made from a dishtowel, dish cloth, and pot holder. It makes a cute hostess gift.

This is a fun way to decorate your Christmas cookies.

These little houses are as cute as gingerbread houses, but easier to make.

These "popsicles" are tasty and suitable for a snowy day.

Gingerbread houses are a tasty Christmas classic. Build this charming Christmas cottage with cookie dough, frosting, and lots of candy.

A lacy bowl that looks lovely on a table or filled with fruit.

Delightfully fragrant, clove oranges are a holiday classic. They are easy and inexpensive, too!

Let your windows glow this Christmas with this beautiful, easy to make, stained glass. All you need is paper, scissors, and glue!

"Whittle" plain soap into a festive holiday bar. Soap is soft enough to shape easily and this is a good project for kids because you don't need a sharp knife to cut the soap.

No parent's fridge is complete without this classic Thanksgiving decoration.

Master these basic stitches and you will be able to make dozens of lovely crochet projects.

Use salt dough to make beads and then string them together to make a one-of-a-kind necklace or bracelet.

Build a turkey from an apple and vegetables for an edible Thanksgiving craft.

These tasty turkeys are made with cookies, candy, and frosting. Kids love making this Thanksgiving craft almost as much as they enjoy eating it when it is finished.

This penguin costume is adorable on toddlers and is quick, easy, and inexpensive to make.

Make a "Jack O' Lattern" but cutting a face into a luminary. It is still cute, but less messy and easier to "carve" than a pumpkin!

These little ghosts are adorable Halloween yard decorations and you probably already have everything you need to make them.

This collar is easy to make, and is cute and comfortable for your pet to wear.

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