I couldn’t leave back to school week without sharing this idea for mason jar lunchables. It is so simple and perfect for the kids’ lunch…or even yours. Grab your jars and make a great addition to your lunch box today. If you have missed any of the Craft Lightning fun this week, be sure to catch up with day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post where you will find even more projects from our blog partners for this series.
Today we are making chocolate apples as a fun back to school treat. These are great to serve up to the kids on the first day or you can also give as a gift to the new teacher. Grab a few supplies and whip these up in minutes. This is a part of Craft Lightning where we are sharing 15 minute back to school crafts all week. If you have missed any of the fun, be sure to catch up with day 1, day 2, and day 3. Then scroll to the bottom of this post for the projects from today’s blog partners.
A school organizer is perfect for organizing everything your little ones need for homework. However, it can fit in with your home’s decor as well. I gave this one a farmhouse style makeover with faux concrete. It is so easy plus it is made from tin cans! Yep save those cans from supper and create a gorgeous organizer for your home or even an office. This is a part of Craft Lightning week where we are sharing 15 minute back to school crafts all week. If you have missed any of the fun, be sure to catch up with day 1 and day 2 also. You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post to see the blog partner projects from today. So lets get crafty!
You can make this class door decoration for any teacher in just minutes. This is a super fun way to celebrate back to school and you just need a few supplies to make your own version. This is a part of Craft Lightning Back to School where we are posting 15 minute back to school crafts all week. You can catch up with the fun on day 1 if you missed the post from yesterday. Also be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post and see the ideas from our blog partners for today.
I am kicking off Craft Lighting week with some fun back to school teacher gifts. This pineapple coconut sugar scrub is simply delightful and a fun way to show the new teacher some love! All week we will be sharing back to school crafts that take 15 minutes or less for Craft Lightning. The ideas from our blog partners for this series will be at the bottom of each post. Be sure not to miss any of the fun!
Everywhere I look there seems to be a cow painting on canvas these days. From images on Pinterest to my favorite farmhouse Instagram accounts, these beauties are popping up everywhere. I thought I would look for some affordable options and share those with you today. At the time of this writing, all of these are under $70 which is pretty good for the large size of some of these. Still can’t afford this? Try printing your own cow art at home and adding it to a canvas with the instructions here. That is the most budget friendly option I have!
This light up wreath will make a great addition to your porch or patio. Add it anywhere you need to light up the night. This post is sponsored Christmas Lights, Etc however all projects and opinions are my own. Ready to make your own gorgeous wreath that serves as an outdoor light as well? Follow along below!
These decorative flower pots with sea glass will look great around your home anytime of the year. I am in love with how this project turned out and I think you will love it as well. If you collected sea glass this summer at the beach, be sure to use it to create this one of a kind planter pot. If not, purchase some! You can make this planter either way.
Need a healthy alternative for breakfast? Try these cinnamon apple muffins! This recipe is easy to make and your entire family will love them. Add these muffins to your meal plan today. I make them in a mini muffin pan so they are in bite sized portions but the recipe will work in a regular sizes muffin tin as well. Whip up a batch and enjoy!
Are you ready to learn how to make burlap flowers? This quick and easy project is perfect for hanging on your walls or even adding to a door as a wreath. I used brown burlap for the petals and a colorful teal for the center. You can change up those colors to be anything that you like however. Make a sunflower or even a daisy!