I really, really love cheesy Valentines. I love receiving them, I love giving them, but most of all I love coming up with them! So, yes, I soda like you. This cute Valentine is perfect for giving out at school but adults can definitely share this one as well. I made it with the writing feature on my Cricut but those with better hand writing then me can definitely free hand it. Looking for more Valentine ideas? Check out the links at the bottom of this post!
Make a toddler matching game with your Cricut in an afternoon. This fun game is something that any child would love. I customized it with trucks, tractors, motorcycles, and wheels of all types. For any toddler that loves cars, this game is a must! My tip is to make this with your scrap pieces of heat treat vinyl. It is the perfect way to use up all of those small bits.
Make your own DIY flower pots in an animal shape. This is actually a really easy craft and you can choose any shape that you would like. I did a hedge hog cause why not! You might try a unicorn, llama, frog, or any other animal that you love! Or try plain shapes like a hexagon or circle. The possibilities are really endless!
You can learn how to make sugar scrub in minutes then give it for gifts anytime of the year. It is a simple and inexpensive gift idea that everyone will love. We are making a strawberry version today and adding some Valentine’s Day flair, however, you can adapt this same recipe to any gift recipient just by changing up the ingredients. Remember that this is mason jar week and we have even more mason jar crafts for you at the bottom of this post. You don’t want to miss them! If you missed any of the posts from this week, be sure to catch up with day 1, day 2, day 3, and day 4.
Cookies in a jar do not have to be complicated. In fact, with just 2 ingredients you can have this inexpensive gift idea ready for anyone on your gift giving list. I love a gift that is easy, inexpensive, and delicious. It is like the trifecta of gift giving! Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post for ideas from our blog partners for mason jar week as well. Trust me….you don’t want to miss em! If you have missed any of the posts this week, be sure to catch up with day 1, day 2, and day 3.
Did you know that you can make homemade peppermint soap easily? Then you can add it to this pampering gift in a jar along with some peppermint bath salts. A fun gift that anyone will love anytime of the year! This post actually kicks off mason jar week. All week I will be posting mason jar crafts along with some of my blog friends. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post to see the other jar crafts for today.
You can make a car play mat in an afternoon for your little one or any other child you need a DIY gift idea for. This portable mat is perfect for play on the go. Just pop the cars inside, fold it up, and drop it in your purse. Your little one can then play with the cars on the road anytime and anywhere! This one was originally posted over on the Darice blog where I am a paid contributor, however, I am sharing it here in case you missed it.
It is that time again. Time to think about Christmas gift wrap and adding it to all of those gifts under the tree. I have a few out of the box ideas for you today that are quick and easy. The best part? They all have one thing in common….copper! If you are a fan of the metallic trend, these Christmas gift wrap ideas just might be perfect for you. This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed where I am a paid contributor but I am posting it here in case you missed it.
A cookies in a jar gift is an easy way to show someone you care. I have some delicious aloha cookies that you are absolutely going to love! You know you need to try a batch before you can give them away…right? So dive into a batch then whip up some of these gifts in a jar with the free printable tags. This post is sponsored by Newell Brands, makers of Ball® Fresh Preserving Products, however all projects and opinions are my own. You will also want to scroll to the bottom of this post as this is a secret Santa exchange and I gifted my cookies in a jar plus received one in return!
Hot chocolate in a jar can be an inexpensive and easy gift idea. I dressed up a jar like Rudolph for an adorable gift that anyone would love. Plus you can get everything you need at the dollar store. You have to love that! I am actually joining up with a group of ladies today to bring you holiday ideas from the dollar store so don’t miss those links at the bottom of this post.