I am infatuated with watercolor projects. They are so easy to make and they look amazing. This die cut watercolor art is actually easy enough for kids of all ages to make themselves. That is why I am including this one for Craft Lightning Mother’s Day. I love a quick and easy project that kids can make and that looks amazing hanging in any room. If you have missed any of the fun this week, catch up with the projects from day 1. You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post to see the 15 minute Mother’s Day crafts from today.
I am kicking off the Mother’s Day edition of Craft Lightning with a herb garden design that you do not want to miss. This rustic wheel herb garden is something that any mom would love. Get the kids and create one outside of your home or make it in a large pot and carry it to mom! Either way, she will love the results in her garden this summer. Be sure to scroll down to the bottom of this post to check out the other 15 minute crafts for Mother’s Day at the bottom of this post.
Try this refreshing cucumber mint sugar scrub recipe on your skin. This also makes a great gift idea that is inexpensive and easy to whip up in minutes. This is day 3 of spring mason jar week so be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to see today’s ideas. You can also catch up with day 1 and day 2 if you have missed any of the projects.
These terra cotta bunnies are easy to make and are perfect to give as Easter gift baskets. Make them with your kids or as a special hand made gift!
Easter is the middle of April this year but when you think about it that will be here like a flash. Is it just me or does time seem to speed up as you get older? The realization that Easter is literally just around the corner did make me get started on some crafts. I made these cute Easter gift baskets that you can give to your kids. You can even get the kids to help you make these terra cotta bunnies![Read more…]
Add this adorable burlap bunny flag to your garden this spring. A rustic way to bring a little Easter to the outside of your home. It is easy to make and you will love the results! Download your pattern below and get started make an Easter flag for your home today.
I ended up making my own DIY tractor wrapping paper for my grandson’s farm birthday party. I could not find anything I liked in store or online. So I thought why not make it myself? It has been a few months now but I realized that I still needed to share it here with y’all. So here we go!
A toddler busy bag is a great way to keep those little ones busy as you run errands or spend time in a waiting room. I came up with these truck shapes as a simple way to make a busy bag for your children or even grandchildren. Just grab a few supplies and you can make your own busy bag for toddlers or even preschoolers in just minutes. Please note that this is intended for children three and over because of the small pieces. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed however I am posting it here in case you missed it.
You too can make a DIY clay cactus with my instructions below. I basically love anything that involves a cactus and decided I would love to make some for my home. Clay was the first medium that came to mind and it worked out perfectly in this case. Follow the step by step instructions and make your own version below!
I love inexpensive ideas that keep me organized. This dollar store lazy Susan organizing idea has transformed my kitchen cabinets. All for just a few dollars! I wanted to share the details with you all so you could try this in your home. I really think you will love this one!
You can makeover dollar store bins for pretty organization with just some spray paint and a few minutes. This quick and easy organizing project is perfect for any room in your home. Plus I love a project that is inexpensive and looks great!