Welcome to Aunt Annie's Crafts!
Take a look around. You'll find crafting fun for children, teens and
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:
Make a Mother's Day card that she will love!
Strip Folding Heart Cards - In this greeting card tutorial, make a card for Mother's Day that features a framed heart motif while learning how to use a
strip folding template. Once you learn this technique using the heart
template, additional motifs can be made using other templates.
Wednesday Treat: Templates for cards with a
This week's Wednesday treat is a set of
tulip motifs for strip folding cards made following
instructions in the
Strip Folding Heart Cards
tutorial. Bring a little bit of spring to someone special with a
card featuring this bright and cheerful tulip design.
Come back on Friday for a new
Friday Fun craft
This Week's Friday Fun: It's easy to
design and make your own stickers!
Sticker Fun - Not only does every child love stickers, but stickers are also an easy way to decorate and personalize
your printed output. Whether it's a card, letter, or certificate, a sticker is a fun way to
liven things up! Follow the instructions in this project to make
stickers using Aunt Annie's sticker sheets. Then, go one step
further and create your own stickers to use or trade!
For more family, classroom or group crafts see the
Friday Fun Crafts collection!
Featured last week: Make a scoring and
DIY Scoring Board - It's easy to make crisp and accurate fold lines with a scoring board,
but there's no need to buy one when it's so easy to make one yourself!
In this project, see how to make your own custom scoring board that can
also be used to add embossed lines to your
and scrapbook layouts.
Wednesday Treat: How to make paper rosettes
with a scoring board!
Last week's Wednesday treat was
for making paper rosettes using the
DIY Scoring Board.
As an aid in making paper rosettes, print one of the scoring-line
templates on the back of the decorative paper for the
Last Week's Friday Fun: Make carrots
filled with jelly beans for Easter!
Jelly Bean Carrots
- A sweet
supplement to your Easter treat basket, jelly bean carrots are simple to
make and fun to eat! Orange jelly beans, plastic wrap, and a little
creativity help kids and grown-ups create this satisfying spring party
For more family, classroom or group crafts see the Friday Fun Crafts collection!
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.