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Curl paper into cool crafts
Paper quilling is a fun, creative art form that has been around since the 15th century but never goes out of style. Here are ideas to get started.
Cook a tasty shakshuka
Shakshuka, pronounced "shack-SHOE-ka," is a one-pot dinner dish that’s popular in the Middle East.
Give coding a try
Anyone looking for an interesting new hobby can try coding (also known as computer programming). Here's how it works and how to get started.
Make a colorful coin pouch
Multi-colored duct tape transforms into a fun, useful container for stashing coins and other little things.
Plan to do kind deeds
It’s always a good time to be kind, but February 14 through February 20 is Random Acts of Kindness Week. Here’s how to spread cheer.
Bake up a plate of tasty nachos
This delicious dish is filled with beans, salsa, and cheesy goodness, and comes together in minutes.
Spread the love on Valentine's Day
Valentine's Day honors all kinds of relationships. Here's how to make friends and family feel extra special.
Make no-bake fudge
This super-simple fudge makes a delicious gift for friends and family. All it takes is four ingredients and a microwave!
Plan a family game night
Move over, movie night! Playing games at home is an awesome winter activity. Not only is it fun, but it can help families feel closer.
Make an initial pillow
Use an old T-shirt and pillow, plus some felt and fabric glue, to craft an adorable, colorful pillow with a child's initial on it.
Create a vision board
The start of a new year is a great time to think about goals. Making a vision board—a poster filled with inspirational pictures, words, and—can help people achieve their dreams.
Cook your own French toast
This delicious dish fills the kitchen with the scents of vanilla, cinnamon, butter, and maple syrup. Top with fresh fruit for a healthy addition.
Go on an eagle watch
Late fall and winter are a great time to spot this amazing bird, which is the national symbol of the United States.
Make an autumn decoration
Kids can bring a little bit of nature and the beautiful colors of fall indoors with this craft project.
Start a podcast
Listening to podcasts is fun, but readers can also learn how to record a show that other people can listen to. Here’s how to get them started.
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