You can make this patriotic wreath from bandannas with just two supplies and in just 15 minutes. That is right! It is time for Craft Lightning again where we post 15 minute crafts all week. This week is patriotic week so you will get tons of ideas for Memorial Day, 4th of July, and more. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post and see the inspiration from our bloggers for this series. For now, we are making a wreath!
Jen Goode from 100 Directions is back this month with these easy decorative garden stones that anyone can make. Grab your supplies and spruce up your yard today!
It’s garden season so let’s make some of our little garden decor! Turn small rocks from your yard into pretty decorative garden stones. You don’t even have to draw your own art if you don’t want to. I made these three little stones in about an hour with just some paint and a printable. Let’s go, I’ll show you how!
Need some summer craft ideas to keep the kids busy this summer? We have them for you! I thought I would go ahead and round up a list for you now. My kids only have a week left of school so now is the time to start planning some activities to keep them busy! Get your supplies now so you will not be left with hearing “I’m bored” all summer long.
Personalized garden flags are super easy to make with burlap. I made myself a new summer mason jar version and thought I would share the process with you. I have actually made one of these before with an initial. You can see that tutorial here. I used basically the same process this time. The other version stayed outside for months and it still looks great. So I know this method works and will create beautiful flags that will last for a long time.
Slime for kids is a hot new trend. Everyone seems to want to play with fun slimes made from household ingredients. I had this idea for ocean slime for summer and thought I would share the recipe here. However I have seen some articles online where slime with Borax in it is burning some kids. I tried a BUNCH of recipes without the ingredient and finally landed on the one below. Hopefully you will find it helpful and can make a batch with your kids this summer!
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.
You can make a fairy garden terrarium in a mason jar in just minutes. These make great gift ideas or decor inside or outside your home this spring and summer. Read on to see how to make your own fairy garden mason jar and even give them as gifts for Mother’s Day. If you have missed any of the quick and easy Mother’s Day crafts we have shared this week, be sure to check out the ideas from day 1 and day 2. You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post to see the other 15 minute 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.
I love items that pull double duty so a reversible sign for two seasons is the perfect touch to my home decor. I made a simple sign that will work for spring and summer. Plus it is so simple to make y’all! Make your own version today and have this reversible sign all through the spring and summer months. This post is sponsored by Testors however all projects and opinions are my own.
My s’more gift in a jar is the perfect way to show someone you care. Grab the ingredients for s’mores and add them to a fun jar with our printable tag. This post is sponsored by Huggies® however all projects and opinions are my own. Be sure to include a package of Huggies® Wipes in your jar for cleaning up the mess that is sure to come when roasting s’mores!
This is also fall jar week around here so scroll to the bottom of this post to see more great fall ideas with jars from my partners for this series!