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.
I have a treat for you all today. A lavender sugar scrub recipe that is a perfect gift for Mother’s Day. I even have labels and tags so you can give this lavender sugar scrub in a mason jar to any mom on your gift giving list. This recipe only takes 3 ingredients so it is a great gift for anyone to make — young or old.
Can you believe that graduation time is approaching once again? I have a handmade gift card holder for graduates today that you can whip up quickly. The perfect gift for any loved one that is taking the big walk this spring. Personalize the front of this gift card holder depending on your recipient. Plus what graduate does not want a gift card for a gift? They all do right? This tutorial was originally posted over at Buttons Galore and More last year but the idea is great for this year as well.
Are you looking for a Disney’s Frozen craft to complete with your kids? This blizzard in a jar is the perfect movie inspired craft. This one is perfect for little hands and big kids alike. You may even have the supplies for this one around the house. Shake up a blizzard on a rainy afternoon.
- Small glass jar with lid (a baby food jar is perfect!)
- Assorted blue tissue paper
- Blue glitter
So simple right? I told you this blizzard in a jar was super simple!
1. Begin by snipping your tissue paper into small pieces. You can tear these by hand if you wish.
2. Toss the tissue paper in the jar. Add a generous amount of blue glitter. You can use various shades of blue if you wish for more variety and depth to the jar.
3. Place the lid back on the jar. Make sure it is on nice and tight.
4. Give the jar a good shake. If you wish for the glitter to stick to the sides of the jar, add a drop or two of water before you shake.
I love a kids craft that the kids can actually make themselves don’t you? Use a plastic jar in place of the glass one if you are worried about the little ones breaking their creation. Otherwise, have a blast making this Disney’s Frozen craft with your kids and get to shaking your own blizzard in a jar.
Today I am going to show you how to design and print custom wedding labels. I added some initials and a date to my examples below but you can design the labels of your dreams. You just need a regular computer and printer for these unique wedding labels.
What else can I possibly make with a mason jar? A mason jar toothbrush holder of course! The classic mason jar is so versatile and yes it seems like I am using them a few times a month for a project around here. But we all have our passions right? This mason jar toothbrush holder is so quick and easy to make…I almost can’t call this a tutorial.
It is the final day of Craft Lightning and I am going to share my dyed wood desk organizer today. This is a project I love because it is so quick and easy yet turns out great. Did you know that you can make wood any color of the rainbow? Hold on just a second and I will tell you how. In the meantime, if you have missed any of the Teacher Appreciation Week crafts be sure to catch up with the round ups from day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. Now lets dye some wood!
It is Teacher Appreciation Week around here and I am sharing my candy covered pretzel pencils today. A great idea for a small token of your appreciation. The teacher will love this delicious and unique gift idea. If you have missed any of the fun this week, be sure to check out the round ups from day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. Also, come back each afternoon as I round up even more great Teacher Appreciation ideas from our blog partners. Want a chance to be featured? Link up your quick Teacher Appreciation crafts to our linky party today. Now lets learn how to make those candy covered pretzel pencils.
I hope y’all are having fun for our Teacher Appreciation Week. Next up for me is my fingerprint tree teacher gift. This one is so simple yet such a great and memorable gift for any teacher. First if you have missed any of the fun this week be sure to check out the round ups from day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. Also if you want a chance to be featured in our round ups, be sure to link up to our Craft Lightning link party. Now lets get to that fingerprint tree teacher gift.