These tie dye decorated sugar cookies are made with simple wet-on-wet royal icing technique that yields beautifully decorated cookies with little effort.
Using recycled materials and common craft items, this rainbow-heart door hanger is an easy craft to do with children, and the final product is a festive accessory on any door.
A rich, dark, moist chocolate cake with creamy chocolate frosting that is completely dairy-free. This recipe creates a show-stopping, luscious, three-layer cake perfectly suited for chocolate lovers.
These simple and bright St. Patrick’s Day decorated sugar cookies will put a smile on anyone’s face. Using this straightforward tutorial, you can create your own custom cookie shape using cutters from your stash. It’s a technique you can use to create a multitude of unique shapes for any of your cookie decorating needs.
Rich, chocolate peppermint cupcakes topped with light and creamy vanilla frosting with a crisp Candy Cane Joe-Joe’s cookie crust, filled with a crunchy Candy Cane Hershey’s Kiss. These tiny treats pack a taste-filled punch!
Crisp and light yeast doughnuts that don’t need to rise overnight. Cut them into heart shapes and make them for someone you love!
A quick knit that results in a beautiful pair of cable knit warm mittens that extend nearly to the elbow. The pattern is so well written that you only have to refer to the pattern on occasion, making it a perfect pattern to knit in front of the TV. They’re phenomenal for gift-giving or making a pair (or two or three) for yourself!
This cowl is knit in the round with warm, bulky yarn, making it a fast and easy knit with warm, cozy, fashionable results.
Deep, rich chocolate cupcakes topped with a light and fluffy peanut butter frosting and stuffed with a whole peanut butter cup!
Create Olympic Gold Medals with your child using air-dry clay (Model Magic) and glitter glue!