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.
Jen with 100 Directions is back today sharing some coloring page decoupage Easter eggs. Use up those coloring pages on a fun spring project!
All those fun flower coloring pages you’ve been coloring are perfect for making pretty decoupage Easter eggs. I love making projects with all the colored art I’ve created and this project is a quick one. You can make your own Easter decor or make a few pretty eggs as gifts from the Easter bunny. This project is prefect for teens too, today I’ll show all the steps to make your own.
Jen Goode with 100 Directions is back again this month with this easy watercolor art banner decor that you can make for your home. I love watercolor! If you do as well, be sure to follow along below!
Over the years I’ve been working on making my craft room a place to enjoy, not just make stuff. I’ve been trying to add little personal touches and decor accents. Today I’m going to show you how to make your own art banner you can use to decorate your own craft room. This is also an easy banner to make for a party.
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!
Jen Goode with 100 Directions is back this month with some adorable owl love lunch notes! Send your kids to school with a little Valentine’s Day treat in their lunch boxes!
Send the kids off to school with adorable reminds of how much you love them! Today I’m sharing how to make cute owl lunch notes with free printables. You can go with quick and easy, just print out the printable cards, cut them and place in your child’s lunchbox. Or you can make super cute tags and tie them to a treat. The printable even includes some hearts you can sprinkle throughout their lunch. Have fun with it, make a card or make five and send a little extra love every day!
I thought I would end Craft Lightning week with these matchbook valentines. I have a free printable for you so that you can make your own in just minutes. These are great for the man in your life that has everything. Maybe he loves to grill and could use a special matchbook to light the fire. Maybe you just want to let him know how much he lights your fire! Either way, read on to learn how to make your own. This is a part of Craft Lightning where we are sharing 15 minute crafts every day this week. Be sure to check out day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4 if you have missed any of the fun. You can scroll to the bottom of this post to see the ideas from today as well.
Y’all are going to love this hot dog lover gift basket idea. This is perfect for anytime of the year. I have a fun idea for you to include some DIY condiment dispensers with it as well. You know for mason jar gifts week I just had to include some jars with this gift idea. If you want more ideas for gifts in a jar, scroll to the bottom of this post to see the ideas from my partners for this series. Also stay tuned as tomorrow I will round up the entire series in one post!
Jen Goode with 100 Directions is back this month with a DIY Christmas banner free printable. Grab this one for free below and add to your holiday decor!
Hello and Happy Holidays, creative friends! Today I’m showing you how to make a fun (and easy) Christmas Banner. I’ve got a couple free printables you can use too! All you need are a couple of supplies and about 30 minutes. You can decorate your mantel, add a holiday message to your front door or make your own Christmas party decorations! What I love most about this banner is how easy it is to customize. Just pick your favorite holiday colors and add accents to the letters you print. I’ll show you how!
Are you hosting a cookie exchange party this holiday season? We have all of the free printables that you need for the perfect party. Print our invitations and recipe cards below then plan your own cookie exchange party. Your friends will love it!
Jen with 100 Directions is back again this month and this time she has an adorable gift idea for the kids! Get started on your own DIY paper doll activity set to give to any child on your gift giving list.
Make your own cute take-along paper doll purse to carry all those cute paper dolls. This DIY paper doll activity set makes a great handmade gift that can be personalized and added to easily. Today I’ll show you how you can turn a regular mini photo book into this cute activity book, perfect for small paper dolls… and no sewing required!