Autumn's colorful bounty of foliage and produce is the first place we look when decorating for fall. Made with (or inspired by) bittersweet, cornhusks, apples, twigs, and other natural adornments and textures, these door wreaths are perfect for welcoming the season.View Slideshow
Create these special Kwanzaa crafts to celebrate African heritage and affirm seven important principles of community and family life.
Beribboned treat cups and felt place mats set a Kwanzaa table with style.
The post office issues new stamps every year in celebration of Kwanzaa. Use these miniature masterpieces to create vivid place cards.
Help your children make a fun book that puts them in touch with their past.
Embellish a scrapbook page by creating a paper quilt from scraps. Use ribbon to frame the paper pieces. After you journal, note the date of the event you're scrapping and the date of journaling.
Treasure your Kwanzaa memories in this festive fabric-covered album.
This banner features the kinara, a seven-branched candleholder that symbolizes the African people and continent.
The joined pieces of this elegant pillow can speak to you of the principle of unity, and making the project will show your creativity.