If we are serious about growing the economy and creating jobs, we need to support these young people – even though they don't seem to expect any help or handouts, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
Sprinkles. More sun than clouds. Mild.
Printed, pompommed and pretty – here's an easy DIY for the kids to try. Added bonus: you'll never have to buy overly expensive, sparkly stationery supplies again!
Fact. So why not get the tinsel out sooner rather than later? To help get you and the kids into the holiday spirit, we've put together a fun and super easy Christmas DIY for you to try.
Here’s a throwback for you: Remember this paper fortune teller game? What did you call it? And are the kids still playing it? If not, let them watch this video. They too should experience the joy of anxiously awaiting the answer to the questions, ‘What does my future hold?’ and ‘Does Billy really like me?’.
Make a pretty display stand for your favourite succulents.
Take gift giving and card decorating to the next level with this quilling tutorial – perfect for Mother's Day. And don't forget grandma!
Your little one might be looking for things to make and sell at their school's market day. How about these quick and easy DIY marble mugs?
Ever tried making Christmas decorations out of paper?
Try these jelly bean inspired activities with your children.
Making gifts for your child's teacher, grandparents or friends can be lots of fun! Here's a collection of all our DIY gift ideas.
Fifteen local designers are in Paris to exhibit their products at the Maison et Objet show, which will start from 2 to 6 September 2016.
Advent calendars are big around Christmas time and the kids absolutely love 'em. But they can also be very expensive. So why not make your own? Everyone wins.
A whole lot of glue, silver glitter and eyeballs! Here's how to make (safe, borax-free) monster slime with your little one this Halloween.
The school holidays are fast approaching but the gloomy, dreary, grey weather, playing outside may not be an option. Instead of messing up the house, here are some activities to make sure the kids stay active and have fun so the holidays are a blast for everyone!
A quick and easy DIY showing you how to press flowers and incorporate them into a beautiful gift that ends up looking pretty as a picture!
We're sure the kids have done just about everything there is to occupy themselves after their homework's complete in the week and they've watched all the movies on TV over the weekends. But have they tried fluid painting?
Keep the kids occupied and make things just a little easier for yourself with these book cover ideas.
Looking for the perfect teacher gift before school closes? Raid the grocery cupboard, get your tools together and make these quick and easy bath bombs!
A group of 42 gogos have discovered you can have your cake... and eat it, thanks to their phenomenal crafting success.
Want to add a bit of greenery in your life but don’t know where to start? We have just the thing.
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