Do you understand the types of Styrofoam to use for crafting? Did you know that Styrofoam is actually a brand name? In reality all types of foam fall under the category of craft foam. There are several different types and choosing a type is dependent upon your application. Don’t worry! We are going to walk you through everything you need to know about Styrofoam and other craft foams! Find the best one for your craft project and get started making something amazing today.
We are kicking off Craft Lightning Father’s Day edition with some gold leaf planes. You can make these yourself and they will make a great Father’s Day gift. The kids can even help with this one. You can pick up the supplies and get started on these cute wood planes. Then Dad can display them on his desk once he receives them. I love that they are easy enough for kids to help with yet great enough to display anywhere. If you want more quick and easy handmade Father’s Day gift ideas, be sure to check out our partners for Craft Lightning at the bottom of this post.
Ever wanted to learn how to use watercolor pencils? I am here to show you! I have been using watercolor pencils for some time and absolutely love them! I believe it is the easiest way to do watercolor art. I think anyone can make watercolor art with these tools. Note that some links in this post may be affiliate links which means a portion of your purchase will go to support this site.
Make this Mother’s Day gift in a jar in minutes and put a smile on mom’s face. I love a great gift in a jar….you probably know that already. I also love a great quick and easy craft project. This one fits in both of those categories! It is a great gift idea for Mother’s Day but would also work for Teacher Appreciation, Administrative Professionals Day, graduation, and so much more. Maybe you should just whip up a bunch of these jars and use them for every occasion! This post is sponsored by Online Labels however all projects and opinions are my own.[Read more…]
Y’all are going to love these party mason jar drink wrappers. These are great for a wedding or any other party. Just wrap your mason jar mugs and set out markers for guests to write their names on their glasses. A quick and easy solution to the issue of mixing up drinks! I am wrapping up mason jar wedding week with this project today. If you have missed any of the fun, check out day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4. Also be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post for the mason jar wedding ideas from my partners for this series.
This chalkboard mason jar vase is so easy and perfect for weddings. Trust me when I say you can make this fun vase in minutes. This is a part of mason jar wedding week! If you have missed any of the posts check out day 1 and day 2. You will also want to be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post for more fun mason jar wedding ideas from our blog partners for this series.
This EOS lip balm Valentine’s Day card is perfect for kids and adults alike. Plus I love a good punny Valentine and “I wheelie like you” is a good one right? Print out the bicycle Valentine below then follow our super simple instructions for adding on the EOS lip balm wheels. You will be giving this one to your Valentine in seconds. If you love quick and easy Valentine’s Day crafts like this one, you are in the right place! We are hosting Craft Lightning all week where we will have tons of crafts that take 15 minutes or less. If you missed any of the fun, be sure to click over and see the crafts from day 1. You can also scroll to the bottom of this post and see more quick crafts from our partners for this series. [Read more…]
Whip up this mocktail gift in a jar in just minutes and give to anyone on your gift giving list. This super simple idea can be modified to include a small bottle of alcohol if you want to turn this into a cocktail gift in a jar. Either way this is sure to be a hit with your gift recipient. This post is sponsored by Expressionery however all projects and opinions are my own.
This is a part of a gift in a jar series and you can see even more ideas at the bottom of this post from our blog partners for this series.
I was honored to have this Christmas candy garland featured on the Hands On Crafts for Kids TV show. Jenny Rohrs demonstrated my craft on the latest episode. The full episode is actually up on their website for the next week. Don’t worry however as I have the segment of my feature in the post below! I was not compensated in any way for my participation. This was just a fun way to get one of my craft ideas on television!