A fun and easy way to decorate a plain shirt is to make a reverse silhouette on it. Continue reading
It’s easy to make “fossil” soaps with safer melt and pour soap, and it makes a fun craft to do with kids (under adult supervision). Continue reading
These cute little Halloween bat clothespins can be easily assembled with a bit of glue, paint, and craft foam. Continue reading
These little foaming Halloween potion bottles are super easy to make. Continue reading
These little Halloween ghosts are super quick and easy to make. Continue reading
Those little berry baskets that berries come in from are perfect for weaving paper and ribbons through. Continue reading
Chalk markers are a fun way to get the look of chalk without the mess. Continue reading
An autumn leaf and some colored paper can turn a plain clothespin into a Thanksgiving turkey, perfect for sealing up the Thanksgiving leftovers. Continue reading
This melt and pour soap bar gives the illusion of a dolphin swimming in the ocean. Continue reading
If you have an old basket lying around, a little construction paper can turn it into a festive Easter bunny basket. Continue reading
Having a Halloween party this month? Make some stardust glasses to go with it. Continue reading
Looking for a craft project to do with the kids? Try making some button earrings. Continue reading
To make these St. Patrick’s Day crafts, all you need is a little paint and glitter for some appropriately shamrock-ed dinnerware. Continue reading
This wreath uses 6 strips of scrapbooking cardstock to make hearts. I used tacky glue to fasten my hearts together which makes the sides pinch up and gives the hearts a pointed, abstract look. If you don’t like that look and want the heart edges to remain rounded, use some scrapbooking sticky dots instead to connect the hearts together.
These bracelets are a great kids’ craft. Just a little twisting of embroidery thread and a bracelet is made. It can be as plain or as colorful as desired simply by changing the colors of the thread being twisted.