Terri Canis began Craftibility to concentrate on fun lessons and incorporate character building through projects with crafts like these after-school activity ideas.
Be ready for when disaster strikes in St. Louis.
Capturing family memories, through photos, is a long standing tradition. Memories need not only be imprinted in our minds with such a fine field of creative and talented photographers in St. Louis who specialize in marking the special moments in a family’s history.
Celebrate the season that brings light to the world by stopping by these best neighborhoods to view holiday lights and decorations in St. Louis.
Celebrate the holiday with family, friends and community at these Hanukkah events throughout St. Louis.
Your kids can make 3D pumpkins, cornucopias filled with sweet treats, a Thanksgiving tree, a pinecone turkey or turkey handprints for festive placemats. These crafts are simple to make and will keep your kids busy.
St. Louis has some top spots for fall marriage proposals that can make your proposal one to remember.
A Midwest and St. Louis favorite activity is the corn maze. Some are haunted, some are large, but all are fun to navigate on a crisp fall day. Enjoy these corn mazes and other fall activities.
If you delight in the terrifying nightmares of October, you’ll love the Halloween horror that’s headed your way.
Maggie McCart is the Studio Director at Artmart Studio where she teaches many fine art classes to children ages 3-18. Here are a few crafting tips she has to share.