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Hello friends and Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Welcome to another week of Must Have Craft Tips! Kara from Mine for the Making here and although today is my favorite Irish holiday, this week I’m here to share Creative Easter Wreath Ideas with you!
I love spring time and I love Easter… there’s something so fresh and happy about this time of year! And I would love a pretty way to greet my guests as they approach our front door this spring. Let’s check out ten creative ways to decorate your front door that are perfect for Easter!
So many creative ways to decorate your door this spring for Easter! Which wreath is your favorite?
Thanks for stopping by today! Join us next week for more Easter tips!
Hi all! It’s Bev from Flamingo Toes here with this week’s Must Have Craft Tips!
Sewing is such a fun way to show off your style and make custom things for your decor and for gifts – and Easter is a great time to do that! I’ve gathered up some of my favorite, adorable Easter sewing projects for you – I know I’ve added a ton of these to my “to-make” list!
Aren’t they all so cute?? Which will you make first?
Make sure you come back next week for lots more fun Easter inspiration!
Hello, friends! It’s a new month so that means we have a new theme for our Craft Tips & More series!
With Easter around the corner we are focusing on all the things to help you get ready for that special Sunday from home decor to food to sweet sewing projects.
I have gathered up some creative baskets, all DIY projects, with varying levels of difficulty. The end result on all of them though? Total cuteness!
Easy Easter Bucket from The Pinning Mama
Stuffed Animal Easter Basket from The Idea Room
Simple Easter Basket from A Glimpse Inside
No Sew Easter Basket from Max & Me
Mini Easter Baskets from Mine for the Making
Fresh Flower Easter Basket from Paper & Stitch
Popsicle Stick Easter Basket from The Pinterested Parent
Mickey & Minnie Easter Baskets from The Fairy Tale Life
Felt Easter Basket from Jen Loves Kev
Bunny Basket from Pen + Paper Patterns
Easter Basket Totes from The Scrap Shoppe
Fabric Easter Basket from V and Co.
Paper Plate Easter Bunny Basket from The Girl Creative
Edible Easter Basket from The Krazy Coupon Lady
Handmade Birch Bark Basket from Damask Love
Crochet Bunny Basket from The Lavender Chair
Yarn Egg Easter Basket from Centre Street
Upcycled Coffee Can Easter Basket from Northstory
Ruffled Easter Basket from Crazy Little Projects
Aren’t all of these baskets darling? It really makes you think outside the box, or basket. Any favorites? Have you made an Easter basket before? We’d love to hear about it!
Don’t miss next week when we bring you more fun Easter ideas!
I’ve rounded up 14 creative Valentine boxes that you can create with your kiddo to take to school that they will absolutely love!
Hello friends! Welcome to another week of Must Have Craft Tips! Kara from Mine for the Making here this week to share 15 Heart Shaped Foods… just in time for Valentine’s Day. I absolutely love crafting and food… combining the two is even more fun! So here are some ways you can show a little love in the food you make around Valentine’s Day!
Hearts just happen to be my favorite shape, so I’ll put all the hearts on all the things if I have an excuse. Even food! Some of these heart food ideas would be great for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert.
Here are a few breakfast ideas you might like for Valentine’s Day…
Eggs in a Basket by Juneberry Lane
Nutella and Strawberry Stuffed French Toast by Mel’s Kitchen
Loaded Baked Omelette Muffins by Skinnytaste
These heart shaped foods would be great for lunch or dinner…
Cheese Burger Pockets by Pocket Change Gourmet
Heart Raviolis by Hungry Happenings
Heart Shaped Sushi Rolls by Holly’s Helpings
Mini Heart Pepperoni Pizzas by Sarah Hearts
Chicken Noodle Soup with heart carrots by Recipe by Photo
Heart Cheese Quesadillas by Smart School House
Heart Shaped Monte Cristo by Williams Sonoma
Heart Shaped Calzones by Messy Aprons
Veggie Salad of Hearts by Jo and Sue
Heart Shaped Grilled Cheese and Creamy Tomato Soup by Make Myself a Home
These recipes would be delicious for Valentine’s Day dessert…
Sweet Heart Cherry Pies by Cake Student
Pear Raspberry Heart Pies by Martha Stewart
So there you have it… 15 *unique* heart shaped foods that are perfect for Valentine’s Day. Do you make something special for this holiday?
Join us next week for even more Must Have Craft Tips!
Hello friends! Welcome to another week of fun Must Have Craft Tips!
We are just a few week’s away from Valentine’s Day so I thought it would be fun to show you some tips on adding hearts to all the things! Clothes, home decor, even gift ideas. The fun thing about sewing with hearts is that it works for year round projects too – everyone loves hearts! So let’s dive right in!
Have you ever sewn up a heart project? Tell us about it in the comments!
Make sure you check back next week for more tips and inspiration!
Happy New Year, everyone! Michele from The Scrap Shoppe here with the first Must Have Craft Tips of 2017!
This month we are turning our focus towards Valentine’s Day. There are so many fun aspects of this holiday of love: kid crafts, decorations, artwork, and any number of DIY projects. And, of course, Valentines!
My boys love trading Valentines with their friends at school. In fact, I think that all of the children (and their parents) do since each year my little guys receive more and more clever, crafty Valentines from their friends! And, of course, we pass them out, too. I have gathered several CLEVER, PRINTABLE, and FREE school Valentines you can send along with your kids to school on February 14th!
Pokémon Valentines from Tattered & Inked
Cookie Cutter Valentines from The Scrap Shoppe
Tic Tac Toe Valentines from Nest of Posies
Watercolor Valentines from A Glimpse Inside
Mustache Valentines from Mine for the Making
Valentine Coloring Bookmarks from I Should be Mopping the Floor
Star Wars Valentines from The Idea Room
Battlefield Valentines from Love and Marriage
Emoji Valentines from Landeelu
Homemade Glitter Chalk Valentines from The Scrap Shoppe
Kool-Aid Valentines from My Name is Snickerdoodle
Kiss & Hug Valentines from Mine for the Making
Paper Fortune Cookie Valentines from Evermine
Pink Eraser Valentines from Paging Supermom
Cutie Valentines from It’s Always Autumn
LEGO Valentines from The Scrap Shoppe
Glow Stick Valentines from Little Bins for Little Hands
Aren’t these school Valentines adorable? Check back next week for our next Valentine’s Day installment of Must Have Craft Tips!
Hello there makers! I have a quick and easy Christmas craft that the kids will love! They make great little gifts to pass out in class, to your teammates, and to your friends. Today I am going to show you how to make Rudolph Pencils!
In a few easy steps with a minimal supplies, you can make these adorable pencils for under $5.
You will need:
To make the pencils, just watch the video where I show you how to make a Rudolph Pencil in under a minute.
First, slide the gold bell half way down a brown pipe cleaner. Then twist the pipe cleaner to the pencil, making sure it’s tight. Accordion fold both ends of the pipe cleaner and then stretch out a bit. Hot glue the mini red pom pom to the bell and the googley eyes above the bell, onto the pencil. DONE! It’s that easy. Repeat until you finish your pencil pack and then pass them out to your friends for Christmas.
I hope y’all have a great weekend. Happy Christmas crafting!
Hello friends! Welcome to another week of Must Have Craft Tips! Kara from Mine for the Making here this week to share 15 Ways to Display Holiday Cards. I absolutely love holiday cards and always have. For years I didn’t know how to put them on display to show them off, but I love all the ways others have found to incorporate cards into their holiday decor.
There are so many fun ways to display your holiday cards. Some ways require a DIY project and others are just creatively hung or strung. I really love them all, but first let’s take a look at some of the card displays that require you to build something. Most of these projects are simple DIYs.
This Christmas Card Holder is made using wood with a couple of slits to slip cards into. Simple yet so pretty.
This card display requires wood and ribbon! How cute!
I have always wanted to make one of these framed chicken wire displays! I love how the cards look on it!
This frame turned card holder is a fun craft…. just grab your trim and ribbon!
This board card display looks simple to make and like you can display quite a few cards!
If you know me, then you know I love a good sign. This wood sign card display is one of my very favorites and one I know I could make.
This mousetrap Christmas card display is so creative and fun!!
Who knew there were so many things you could build or make in order to display your holiday cards in such a pretty way! Now let’s take a look at some of the creative ways to hang your cards.
There you have it, friends… 15 ways to display your holiday cards. What creative ways do you display your holiday cards?
Check back next Friday for more tips!