So it's Halloween and you have nothing to wear? Here are ten ideas for costumes that you can put together from things you probably already have in your closet!
A school of koi (decorative carp) feeding in the garden of the National Palace Museum, Taiwan.
Learn six different ways to color beautiful Easter eggs. Colored eggs make a beautiful addition to any Easter basket and they taste great too!
Make your garden into a winter wonderland with some snow lanterns! Let it snow!
Learn how to make unique woven bracelets out of tiny beads. Beaded bracelets are fun to wear and also make great gifts!
See these little piggies go hog wild as they race around the track at the Alameda County Fair!
With a loop of string, you can make the traditional figure known as a "cat's cradle". Amaze your friends with this neat trick!
Making a paper spring is ridiculously easy, and you can make a cute greeting card with it!
In this film, Serena and Darien find true love. A stopmotion animation romance!
Learn how to weave a Greek paper ball. The holes look like the pentagons on a football.
Learn how to fold a beautiful Japanese cube from six pieces of paper. The cube can be used as a Christmas ornament or a gift box.
Anyone can fold a simple origami crane out of paper. Fold one thousand and you can make a wish! Add a thread and you have a lovely Christmas tree ornament.
Learn how to fold a beautiful Japanese paper ball (Kusudama). Paper balls make excellent decorations or Christmas tree ornaments.
Anyone can make these traditional schoolyard toys out of an ordinary piece of paper! The same technique is used to fold each toy; only the drawings change.