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!
Decorated mason jars are perfect for any season in my opinion. I thought I would make a quick and easy version for summer today. These jars are great for the center of your table this Fourth of July or on a mantel to celebrate the season. Make a rosette from a bandanna to decorate the front in just a few minutes.
Jen Goode with 100 Directions is back this month with a fun patriotic bandana banner! She was inspired by my bandanna wreath project that you can see here. Bandannas are the ultimate in crafting tools!
With all these fun bandana craft ideas Angie’s been talking about on Facebook this week, I wanted to try my hand at coming up with my own bandana craft. So, today I’m sharing how to make a Patriotic Bandana Banner. You can customize this banner with your own choice of words, leave out the words all together or use my God Bless America banner letter template. Add some good old fashioned Patriotic pride to your decor this summer!
I have been working on our porch and made this handmade wall hanging from burlap. This is such a simple idea but it gives BIG impact for a small price. I came up with this idea because I hate the thought of putting nails or screws into the side of our house. I wanted something pretty but light enough to hang on an outdoor Command hook. After a bit if searching, I decided just to make something myself. This is the result and it is so simple that you can make one as well!
This starfish craft makes super easy beach wall art. Grab a few supplies and make your own version today. If you are headed to the beach this summer, it is the perfect time to comb the beach for driftwood to make this project extra special. No beach trip this summer? No problem! I have a way for you to make it below by ordering what you need online.
This burlap garden flag for summer can be made in just minutes. I have been making several garden flags with this same technique over the past year or so and they are holding up beautifully! I love it when an easy project also works well! This is a part of Craft Lightning this week where we are sharing 15 minute patriotic crafts. If you have missed any of the fun, be sure to catch up with day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. You can also scroll to the bottom of this post to see the fun craft ideas from today. For now, we need to see how to make this burlap garden flag!
This DIY apron made from bandannas is my 15 minute patriotic craft for today. It is so simple and all it takes is two bandannas and some ribbon to make a cute apron that is perfect for cooking during your 4th of July bash. If you have missed any of the patriotic crafts from this week, be sure to catch up with day 1 and day 2. You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post to see even more crafts from our bloggers today. First, we need to see just how to make this cute DIY apron.