I love preserving memories in photographs, it’s one of my favorite things to do. However, I’ve kind of gotten to a point where I just have TOO MANY bulky picture frames. Solution? Smaller picture frames! I had so much fun making these that I actually ended up with a ridiculous amount. But hey, what can ya do?
Is it just me or do sock puppets always look like they’re judging you? I didn’t realize this until I was scouring Pinterest for this post and started to feel really self conscious. Worry not, this post includes the least-judgey looking characters for you and your kiddos.
It must be the googly eyes, because this sock puppet looks exactly like the sweet lil’ pupper I hope to come home to every day in my future. Not even a little judgey. Go check out our tutorial on Think Crafts!
As a parent you have to appreciate your children’s artwork. I know this because I recently found approximately 10-15 framed portraits of “mom” and “dad” by yours truly that look like deformed potatoes. My parents actually went through the effort to frame these. That is true love, I tell ya. However, some kids crafts can actually turn out pretty cool, even if they haven’t discovered their artistic ability yet. Check ’em out!
Fabric Crayon Artwork
Show off your kiddos monsters, portraits, and other signature drawings with this cool fabric transfer masterpiece! Mama Michelle uses her’s as a coffee table runner, but you could display this in so many ways!
I’ve been lucky enough to have seen quite a few countries at such a young age. I’m currently on a mission to see 30 countries before I reach age 30. Because of all these adventures on top of being in college, my bank account is a little tight. So, when I was looking online for one of those fancy push pin maps that show off where you’ve been, I was super bummed to see how expensive they were. Then I realized that I could very easily just make my own!
I grew up with a teacher for a mother, so naturally I got to eavesdrop on her and her teacher friends. Rumor had it that teachers like getting chocolate and other unhealthy goodies over apples, but these cute crafts are far better than a healthy snack – probably still not as good as chocolate – and will add a bit of character to any classroom!
Puffy Paint Window Clings
I adore these little window clings! They would be a perfect back to school gift for your kiddos teacher, or if you’re a teacher of kiddos, a super fun beginning of the year project!
It’s about that time when the air gets a little crisper, and your kiddos get a little busier. That’s right, back to school! I’m headed off to my senior year of college in a couple of days, so this blog post was extra fun for me to do. (Cute organizational ideas anybody??) I hope you find some inspiration here to send your kiddos – or yourself – back to school in DIY style!
Hand Stamped Lunch Bag
Lunch bags can be expensive and, to be quite honest, not very cute. Go check out this tutorial to find out how to personalize your lunch bag, down to making your very own stamp!
I always get so excited when I find a rainbow. There’s just something about all those pretty colors right after a downpour. Here are some fun ways for you and your kiddos to bring rainbows inside so you can enjoy them whenever you want!
This is one of those awesome crafts where you probably have all the supplies already at home! Fun, easy enough your your littlest ones, and even a chance to learn about mixing colors- this project has it all.