Learn how to make a cute little brooch to wear during Fall or you can even wear it on Thanksgiving day 🙂 You can even make one for all of your guests.
This flower light bulb craft is a great way to spend a rainy weekend, and also a terrific way to teach kids about recycling and reusing everyday objects. Explain to your child that there’s more than one way to recycle one thing into something else. You can turn used soda bottles into a string of flower lights for spring!
I have a special little Christmas craft for you older kids and adults. Today I’m going to show you how to make a Christmas Fairy Ornament. This cute fairy even has a crystal light she is holding. The crystal will look as it is really lit when the Christmas tree’s lights shine through it. This Christmas Fairy Ornament will be sure to get you in the Christmas spirit…. after all Christmas is less than a month away. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.
I have a treat for you crafters today….. I’m going to show you how to make a Spider Pendant for Halloween. Made from jewelry wire and beads this Spider Pendant turns out beautifully. Make it for yourself or as a gift for someone special…. they will surely love it. What is awesome about this Spider Pendant is that you can wear it all year long…. not just for Halloween. It turns out that amazing….. you don’t want to just save it for Halloween. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.
Believe it or not you can actually make sculptures out of paper. That’s right, you can actually compose items that are built up from a simple paper and molded into shapely items. In this post I’m going to show you how to make a Paper Wave Sculpture. With a little bit of patience and following the steps provided below you too will be able to make a Paper Wave Sculpture. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.
Everybody knows that leprechauns are very fond of money and parties, so let’s make a trap for him that will look like a pub, with the entrance marked by coins. The craft is not only a lot of fun, but it will totally get you in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit. After all, St. Patrick’s Day is in a little over a week. The time is now to start decorating for the Holiday…. and this Leprechaun Trap makes for an adorable St. Patrick’s Day decoration. So, let’s get started.
I have a fun and creative craft for you today. In this post I will be showing you how to make a Cardboard Box Lantern. That’s right…. it is a lantern that you can use outside that it made from a cardboard box. The box is simply decorated with colored sheets of paper and the box is fitted over a light bulb. This Cardboard Box Lantern will be a great addition to any light fixtures you use outside during a party. It is sure to help get the festivities going. So, let’s get started with the craft.
Earlier today I showed you how to make a Fairy Crown. Well, what fairy could be complete without fairy wings. Now, I’m going to help your little fairy become a true fairy this Halloween with their very own Fairy Wings. They will match the Fairy Crown brilliantly and your little girl will be thrilled with how wonderful they look.
When my daughter was little all she could talk about were fairies. She was fascinated with them and loved to dress up and imitate them. My daughter would have loved this craft had I known about it then. Today I will show you how to make a Fairy Crown. It would be perfect for Halloween or dress-up any other day of the year.