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Step-by-step instructions. Printable patterns. Updates each week.

Welcome to Aunt Annie's Crafts!

Take a look around. You'll find crafting fun for children, teens and adults. A craft how-to is featured each Monday, with a special craft treat added each Wednesday, and at the end of the week it's Friday Fun with simple crafts for families, groups or classrooms.

Featured this week: Decorate for Halloween with a ghost chain!

  • Ghost Garland - This colorful garland of ghosts is a quick and easy way to decorate for Halloween. The project includes printable patterns for ghosts and illustrated instructions for making the garland based on a paper chain in Halloween colors.

    Come back on Wednesday for a new craft treat and later in the week for a new Friday Fun craft!

  • Wednesday Treat: A roundup of all Halloween digital paper downloads!

    This week's Wednesday treat is a roundup of all Halloween digital paper downloads. Make your Halloween cards and crafts using Aunt Annie's ePapers for Halloween! Pick the digital paper you like best, then just download and print. Use the ePapers in a craft of your choosing. Check out Aunt Annie's Halloween Crafts for some ideas.

  • This Week's Friday Fun: Decorate with cats and bats flying in mid-air!

    Halloween Mobile - Mobiles of ghosts, jack-o'-lanterns, witches, bats and black cats make great decorations for Halloween. Follow the instructions in this project to make a quick and easy mobile using simple materials. After completing this project you will be able to make mobiles for any holiday or theme.

    For more family, classroom or group crafts see the Friday Fun Crafts collection!

Featured last week: Halloween dangler card and party decoration!

  • Halloween Dangler Cards - These free-standing Halloween cards with ghost or jack-o'-lantern danglers serve double-duty as a greeting card and a fun decoration for Halloween. Make several for your friends and family and some for yourself.

  • Wednesday Treat: A new dots on sky blue digital paper download!

    Last week's Wednesday treat was a new digital paper download, Lime Dots on Sky Blue, that adds to the Flashy Dots on Sky Blue series and coordinates with all the ePapers in the Sky Blue series. You can print this ePaper on cardstock to make a Diamond Box. Or use it in any Boxes and Bags craft project.

  • Last Week's Friday Fun: Bring the colors of fall indoors with a suncatcher!

    Stained Glass Leaves - The colors of fall are warm and cheerful. Capture these colors with this stained glass-like decoration that is created using recycled crayons!! Combine the craft with a walk through the woods for an enjoyable fall afternoon.

    For more family, classroom or group crafts see the Friday Fun Crafts collection!

Previously featured...

Here's a sample of the crafting fun from previous weeks. Visit the Project Index to see it all.

Looking for crafts for family, classroom or group craft time?
Check out the Friday Fun index for quick and easy crafts.

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Greeting card tutorials

Greeting card tutorials are a regular feature on Aunt Annie's Crafts. Each tutorial builds on prior card projects. It's like taking a class on making handmade greeting cards.

This month's featured card tutorial is  Matted Clip-art and Photo Cards, the second in a series of twelve card tutorials.  This tutorial is all about combining colors. You'll learn how to select a mat color that suits the clip-art or photo that you've chosen as the central theme of your greeting card. If you are new to card making, the tutorials in the Card Class are a great place to learn many techniques for making beautiful cards. Then for more ideas and techniques, go on to Card Class 2.

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