You can make a tassel keyring in minutes which makes them the perfect simple Mother’s Day gift idea. I am wrapping up Craft Lighting with this fun craft idea that older kids can make for mom. If you have missed any of the other 15 minute Mother’s Day crafts this week, be sure to catch up with day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. You will also want to scroll down to the bottom of this post to see what quick and easy crafts our blog partners have came up with today!
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 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.
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.
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.
Try this refreshing cucumber mint sugar scrub recipe on your skin. This also makes a great gift idea that is inexpensive and easy to whip up in minutes. This is day 3 of spring mason jar week so be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to see today’s ideas. You can also catch up with day 1 and day 2 if you have missed any of the projects.
I am kicking off spring mason jar week with this fairy house mason jar. This fun spring craft idea is perfect for your home decor. Plus they are so easy to make! Trust me….you can do this! Get a few supplies and make your own version of this fairy house mason jar. Remember you can see more spring mason jar crafts at the bottom of this post.
Make these burlap bunny treat bags for Easter in just minutes. A cute bunny tail will greet the recipient of these great gift bags!
I love burlap and bunny tails so these burlap bunny treat bags are perfect for my Easter celebration. Who can resist a fluffy bunny tail? I know you can’t! These are so easy to make with just a few supplies and the free printable template that you can download below. Make one for every child on your gift giving list this Easter.
You can make a rustic wood arrow in just a few minutes with this simple technique using grey stain. It is easy to get a barnwood look with the right product. I wanted a few rustic farmhouse style touches in my foyer. An arrow seemed like the answer but how do I make them look old and worn? They are made from new wood. Yes there is a way!
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.