Well, mason jar lovers, the time has finally come to spread your love of glass jars to all your friends and loved ones. Halloween and Christmas provide two great excuses to get those creative juices flowing and make a few crafty gifts for some of the people in your life. With so many gifts in […]
Make even the least important holidays festive with these seriously fun holiday crafts.
Celebrate Independence Day with your own festive decor! These DIY Fourth of July decorations for your home will prepare you for a get-together at your home. Show off your red, white, and blue decorations with patriotic wreaths and all-American banners. With these homemade Fourth of July crafts adorning your home, all that’s left is to […]
Mother’s Day just passed, and Father’s Day is just around the corner. What have you planned to get your parents? While you could plan a spa day and brunch at a favorite restaurant like you did last year…and the year before that…and the year before that, what’s the fun in repeating those plans? Consider doing […]
In addition to being the unofficial start to summer, Memorial Day crafts are a great opportunity to express your patriotism with some All-American red, white, and blue. From fabric wreaths to coffee filter blooms, there are so many great ways to express your creativity and celebrate the holiday in style. If you’re planning on making the […]
What mother or grandmother wouldn’t love to look at pictures of their kids or grandkids while sewing for them cute outfits and accessories? This easy Mother’s Day Craft, a wood “love” letter sign decoupaged with die cut scissors, was as fun to make as it is to look at. Mother’s Day Craft: Wood “Love” Letter […]
Mother’s Day is a special holiday that means a lot to both moms and their children alike. Though not everyone has a mother, almost all of us have a special woman in our lives whom we like to honor with flowers, poems, balloons, or other Mother’s Day crafts. This is especially a holiday that kids […]
St. Patrick’s Day is a holiday that always sneaks up on me. Somewhere between Valentine’s Day and Easter, along with spring break, St. Patrick’s Day somehow gets lost in the shuffle when it comes to my paper crafting. You would think that since I live near a city where they have multiple parades and dye […]