I have another great quick craft for you today for Craft Lightning. Today I am going to show you how to make fabulous Santa napkin rings in just minutes. If you have missed any of the Craft Lightning fun around here this week, be sure to check out the round ups from day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. This post is also a part of the Crafty Hangouts series sponsored by Adtech. You can check out more great craft videos over at Crafty Hangouts anytime.
Mason jar lids make the perfect Christmas ornaments. I grabbed a few packages of lids from Dollar General and got to work turning them into some amazing ornaments for my tree. I am showing you how to make all five mason jar lid ornaments below.
I love grabbing “junk” from the thrift store and turning it into something useful. That was totally the case with these found object ornaments. The beauties didn’t cost me much but boy are they going to look amazing once the tree gets put up in a few weeks.
When I was asking to review two kids craft books by my friend Amanda from Crafts by Amanda I just couldn’t say no. I was shocked that I was inspired to make something for ME out of those books and not even for the kids. Although these metallic painted jars are easy enough that the kids could make them. I am not compensated at all for my review of these books and all opinions are my own.
It is time once again for my monthly post using items from Old Time Pottery. This month is a project I love! My globe solar light is sure to be the star of your garden or outdoor area. You can make these easily with common items. Give your outdoors a makeover and light up the night with these simple solar lights.
Mason jar salads seem to be popping up left and right. My first thought is always that the dressing would make the rest of the ingredients soggy. Enter the idea for my mason jar salad container. This is an all in one, portable, easy to make container that will serve up as many salads as you desire — all while keeping your dressing separate.
Are you adding a little patriotic decor to your home this summer? My DIY patriotic marquee sign is perfect then. Make this fun sign in just minutes with no power tools required. You can light up any patriotic display or party. Don’t like the patriotic version? Use the craft tutorial below to make this marquee in any shape, letter, or number you desire. This post is sponsored by Duck Tape however all opinions and projects are my own.
Also if you love patriotic crafts — I have gathered up tons from my blog friends at the bottom of this post! Enjoy!!
I have a fun afternoon project for you this morning. My ombre log table for outdoors is a quick and easy project that will add a touch of fun to any outdoor space at your home. Yep we are turning just a regular log into a fun table with just a little paint. Make sure to tell everyone you know that you are looking for a log this year. I am a member of the DecoArt design team and this post is in conjunction with that. All projects and opinions are my own however. This project was posted last year over at the DecoArt blog but I wanted to put it here as well in case y’all missed it.
I have an amazing summer craft for you today. My sea glass mason jar is gorgeous and super easy to make. Put that collection of sea glass from the beach to good use by making one or more of these gorgeous candle holders. The bonus part of this project is that you don’t have to caulk or grout anything! Plus I am going to show you how to bond all of this without the candle melting any hot glue. How you ask? Read on to find out.
Do you love vintage labels on old bottles and containers? Grab some kraft paper labels from Online Labels to make your own vintage look-a-like labels in minutes. I have the free printables for you below and you can use some ink to distress the edges. Follow along with the instructions below to make your own vintage labels.