Good Housekeeping Is Hosting Free Craft Classes for Kids on Facebook


Crafting is our forte, so let the talented team behind Good Housekeeping’s best covers, home stories, and DIY ideas teach you and your kids how to make some Pinterest-worthy crafts. Join our stylists, designers, and expert DIY-ers every Wednesday and Friday at 3 p.m. EST on Good Housekeeping’s Facebook page as we walk you through one fun idea after the next. All of our crafts will include items you already have at home or can easily grab. Think: clothespins, nail polish, rubber bands, and toilet paper rolls. And don’t worry if you can’t join us in real time, our videos will be saved to our timeline and in our videos section, so you can craft along with us when you’re ready.

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Friday, 3/27: DIY Block Printing

Make anything a stamp! Use found items to create printed artwork, linens, or wrapping paper with visual stylis director Elisabeth Engelhart.

What you’ll need:

* Cardboard, paper, or fabric to print on

* Corks, sponges, jar lids, paper towel tubes, bubble wrap, bottle caps, buttons, rubber bands, etc. to turn into a stamp

* Paint or ink pad

* Optional: craft glue or hot glue

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Wednesday, 4/1: Clothespin Painting

Use clothespins and found options to make kid friendly paint brushes with associate art director Laura Formisano.

What you’ll need:

* Paper

* Clothespins

* Sponge, leaves, cotton ball, feathers, bubble wrap, etc. to turn into a brush

* Paint

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Friday, 4/3: Muffin Cup Flowers

Make a gorgeous flower arrangement using cupcake and muffin liners with Elisabeth Engelhart.

What you’ll need:

* Cupcake or muffin liners, coffee filters, or tissue paper

* Pipe cleaners, straws, or twigs

* Craft glue or stapler

* Scissors

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Wednesday, 4/8: Toilet Paper Roll Crafts

Turn your toilet paper and paper towel rolls into something fun and magical with design director Mariana Tuma.

What you’ll need:

* Toilet paper and paper towel rolls

* Scissors

* Tape or glue

* Paint

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