Brighten up your life a little! Learn to make four different window stars from colorful 'kite paper' that lets the light shine through. A limited number of kits are available at both locations, first come, first served.
3D Paper Snowflakes
Learn to make 3D paper snowflakes to decorate your space for winter.
Make a bouquet of paper flowers using square sheets, such as origami paper, and glue. You can make a dozen flowers and turn them into a kusudama ball, which makes a great gift.
Using an old paperback book, cut out a 3-D pumpkin shape and top it with a cork 'stem' and paper leaves.
Make festive and inexpensive 'lamp shades' or pendants using a string of lights, balloons, tissue paper, and paper mache techniques.
Try out making a lightweight planter using cement and other ingredients. This is a good outdoor project for adults and older kids.
Learn how to create a file folder journal from supplies around your house. This project is fun for elementary age and to adult.
Craft a Creature
Create gorgeous animal art with materials from your home! Elizabeth guides us through designing a collage from a photo of your favorite animal.
It’s amazing what you can make with items found around your house! Learn how to create funky figures with bottles and paper mache.
Bubble Paint Cards
Mix up some bubble paint and have fun making patterns with this messy, all-ages summer craft.
Recycled Paper Coasters & Trivets
Here’s a project that can be done with materials you probably have around the house. This was scheduled to be a session of the Create @ the Library program series but since we are currently not able to do in-person programs, we are making some of them available online, so that you can... Create @ Home!
Book Folding Fun
Each April we do a recycled book themed art or craft project at the library to celebrate National Library Week, and this year, although the library is closed, we still wanted to share the project we had planned.
Try out the art of book folding - a creative way of reusing books you won’t be reading again. This simple beginner’s pattern - a heart - can be done by anyone who can use a ruler and carefully fold a page. All you need is a book, ruler, and pencil!