Here is a craft for making a great drawstring bag out of a cylinder oatmeal container, fabric, some cardboard, and a few other items. This bag turns out looking beautiful and would make a great bag for yourself or as a gift to mom, grandma, or someone else you love.
Oh no! Mother’s Day is coming up and you didn’t make your Mom a Mother’s Day present!!! No worries…here is a fun and easy craft that will knock the socks off of your mother. This paper flower craft sort of looks like a daisy, but you can use any colors you want to make it look like any type of flower. Find out how to make this paper daisy below.
I am sure that you can think of way more than 52 reasons that you love someone. However, it will only take those 52 reasons to make your loved-one break down into tears of happiness. Take the time to tell your Mom / Dad / Sister / Brother / Grandparents etc how much you love them with this special project.
Each of us have at home a lot of magazines that we do not need anymore, how about you recycle them by making something useful out of them. This is called upcycling. Here’s a useful way to use them…this would make a great gift for Mom or Dad on Mother’s Day or Father’s Day. It would also be good for your desk when you are doing your homework
Today I’m going to show you how to make a paper rose. Knowing how to make a rose out of paper can came into handy on special days like Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day or even on someone’s Birthday. With only a few materials you can learn how to make a beautiful rose that is good enough to give out on these special days. So, grab the few materials needed and let’s get started.
Mother’s Day is coming up in less than a couple of weeks. Do you know what you are giving your Mother yet? If you know you would like to give her a flower…. why not make this flower stand craft to go with it. First of all, you know she loves when you make her things yourself. Second of all, this way you don’t have to just hand her a single flower all by itself…. with this flower stand craft you have something to hand your flower in. You can choose to print off the color template flower stand or the black and white template and decorate the flower stand yourself…. the choice is yours. So, let’s get started.
Mother’s Day is right around the corner. Have you thought about a gift for your mother yet? Well, if not I got a great Mother’s Day craft for you. I’m going to show you how to make a Coupon Organizer Case. There is not many things more frustrating that going shopping with a pile of coupons and no way of organizing them…. well, your mom won’t have that problem anymore. With the number of envelopes you are going to be adding to this craft she will have more than enough places to organize her coupons. So, let’s get started.
Mother’s Day is coming up next month. That will be here before you know it. So, in honor of the upcoming Mother’s Day Holiday today I will show you how to make a 3D Carnation Mother’s Day Card. Any mom would love receiving a homemade card from their child. And, this card is no exception. Not only is this card made by you, but it is also 3D which makes it really cool. You will use crepe paper to give this card a 3D effect. So, grab the materials needed and let’s get started.
Today I’m going to show you how to make Paper Carnations. Paper Carnations can be used for many things…. Valentine’s Day, for example. Valentine’s Day is coming up in just a couple of weeks. These carnations would be beautiful in a bouquet as a gift for your someone special. Or, for Mother’s Day…. what mother wouldn’t love receiving a bouquet of hand made paper carnations from their child? They would certainly love it. Or, just make these Paper Carnations any day of the week to give to someone special as a surprise. No one could resist them! So, let’s get started.
Today I will show you how to make this amazing friendship bracelet that has a letter ‘v’ pattern within it. This bracelet pattern is a bit more difficult than normal friendship bracelet instructions, so you will need a free afternoon to make this one. If you are still interested, find the illustrated instructions on the following page.