This make-at-home clipboard has a place for everything.

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Leftover plastic Easter eggs become a work of art.

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Animals from Washington’s Humane Rescue Alliance are the stars of this year’s Valentine cards.


Ice-cube trays, chocolate chips and food coloring are nearly all you need.

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Make your own party favors that open with a pop for Christmas or any celebration.

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A white chocolate topping and sprinkles dress up these traditional cookies for the holidays.

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This minty green milkshake is a healthier version of a popular St. Patrick’s Day treat.

You don’t need a silicone mold to make these popular, “exploding” treats.

Little ghosts and pumpkins are easy DIY Halloween decorations.

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Attract cardinals and house finches — and keep squirrels away — with safflower seeds.

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These easy-to-make snacks will keep you cool this summer.

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An empty jelly jar makes a perfect container for tiny succulents.

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This easy craft project is a great example of upcycling.

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An easy-to-make recipe for muffins with zucchini and cheese — a treat compared with packaged snacks.

Our cutout cards featuring three animals that need your help.

Baker Michael Platt, 14, uses flavor of sweet potato pie, a traditional African American dessert.

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A little sugar on top makes Snickerdoodle Snowballs a treat for the holidays and beyond.

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These snowflakes add fizzy fun to a warm soak in the tub.

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Pumpkin Seed Clusters are easy to make and hard to stop eating.

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With a few supplies, you’ll have a colorful way to light up the night.

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