I love me a good handprint or fingerprint craft and this one does not disappoint. You can turn it into a card, put it on canvas, frame it, whatever you decide. To help get you started I created a free printable to make it easier for the little ones.
Rainy days during the winter are tough. If we are stuck inside, we either do a craft or bake something. I’d rather eat, but my kids like to be messy, so find a craft it is! I love both of these ideas because you probably have everything you need in your house. No need to make a trip to the craft store! ??
If you have someone on your gift list who loves coffee, why not make them a basket filled with their favorite beverage? I’ve also included some other items you can buy for your gift.
Thanksgiving is two weeks away. If you haven’t had a chance to do any holiday crafts with your family, not to fret. I’ve found three easy ideas that can be done in minutes and also double as festive decorations.
Our most recent craft project was a Monogrammed Initial Canvas. It’s super easy to do and adds a trendy, personal touch to your child’s bedroom or playroom.
Coloring has been a great way to pause my day and get creative. I’m not talking about grabbing your child’s Crayola box with one of their cartoon character coloring books, though. I’m talking about getting your OWN art supplies that could run circles around a crayon.
My daughter had an idea to get my husband a t-shirt for Father’s Day and I have to say while it’s a simple idea, it’s a gift we know he will love. I took her idea one step further and thought it’d be cool to make the design on a blank shirt.
This DIY Growth Chart Ruler is super easy to make and it’s such a great idea because now you can measure your children, have a beautiful keepsake and take it with you if you move.
The cool thing about the photo cube is that there are six sides, allowing you to use six photos. It’s a pretty clever way to showcase your pics. While this gift is great for Mother’s Day, it can work for any special occasion.
Earth Day is coming up and what better way to honor the holiday then by being kind to our planet and the animals that live on it. While we were cleaning up our yard over the weekend we collected many twigs and pine cones. And instead of throwing them in another large pile in our yard, we decided to make bird feeders with them.
I’ve always had a big interest in protecting our planet. Starting a compost pile is very easy and can cost almost nothing to get started. It’s low-maintenance and may only require five minutes a week.