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.
It is time for day 2 of Craft Lightning and the best bath bomb recipe ever! Plus it is in a star shape so it is perfect for our patriotic week. If you have missed any of the fun this week, be sure to catch up with day 1. Also don’t miss the 15 minute crafts from the bloggers at the bottom of this post. For now, we are going to make some star shaped bath bombs that are easy to make and will make great gifts this summer.
Simple brunch ideas are perfect for any occasion or just a backyard gathering of your friends and family. I thought it would be really great to share a brunch set up at our home with Mother’s Day fast approaching. Y’all enjoy these ideas and put some of them to work for mom! This post is sponsored by the Better Homes and Gardens collection at Walmart however all projects and opinions are my own. I also have a great giveaway in addition to the simple brunch ideas at the bottom of this post that you will not want to miss!
Need farm party ideas for a birthday party that you are hosting? We have those for you! These fun ideas are perfect for any mini farmer. I recently made a few items for my grandson’s first birthday party and it really got my wheels to turning. As I was doing some research, I ran into tons of adorable farm party ideas. You know I just had to share them here!
You can make these lemon candles for weddings easily! See just how easy it is below to make your own DIY candles for your wedding ceremony or reception. We used lemons for our version but you could try oranges, limes, or any other inexpensive container. The steps for pouring your own candles are the same. These candles are also great for spring parties and summers by the pool. You will love making your own candles and adding then around your home.
Need a fun idea for a party? Try making mini mason jar cheesecakes! I am in love with these little mini mason jars and they make party desserts oh so much fun. The first thing I thought of for this spring jar week is a cheesecake in a jar. Cheesecake is a great dessert anytime of the year but especially when the weather gets warmer. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to see the other spring mason jar ideas. If you have missed any of the fun this week, you can catch up with the posts from day 1, day 2, and day 3.
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!
This appetizer recipe for mini sloppy joe bites is so easy to make and perfect for your next party. Add this to the menu and get in and out of the kitchen in a hurry. These are perfect for a big game party or just a get together with a bunch of friends.
A fun trend in birthday parties is to make a first birthday high chair banner. A few months ago I made one for my grandson and wanted to share a tutorial here. You can make it just like mine or use the instructions to make your own version. The banner makes for really cute pictures when they are diving into that cake!
Entertaining for the holidays? I have some cheese tray essentials for you today that you will want to add to your party tray. Tired of the same old cheese tray? Mix it up with our ideas for a party that no one will forget. Struggling with what to add to your cheese tray? We can help with that as well! I am participating in a campaign for Brookside Chocolate. I am receiving a fee for posting; however, the opinions expressed in this post are my own. I am in no way affiliated with Brookside Chocolate and do not earn a commission or percent of sales.