Pajaki are paper chandeliers, a Polish folk craft made to decorate the home with bright spring blooms. Traditionally made with wooden reed straws, and tissue paper, here’s a fun version to make with plastic, or paper straws, and other various crafting materials.
Seeing all of the bright and colorful Easter candy this time of year always gives me a sweet tooth. Everything Easter themed looks sweet enough to eat, even if you can’t! Here are some of my favorite candy inspired crafts that won’t give you a cavity.
I remember making these when I was little. I never wanted to eat the gorgeous and sparkly sugar egg that I had created, and they usually ended up crumbling apart and in the garbage. Now you can make your own candy egg that will last for years!
I’m a huge fan of garlands because they’re a really easy way to decorate for an upcoming holiday or party. While Valentine’s Day isn’t quite as popular a holiday to decorate for than some of the other ones, you can’t deny that the decorations are adorable! Here are some easy ways to add some Valentine’s Day festivity to your home with garlands.
Can you believe it’s already Christmas Eve? The holidays always bring lots of food. Whether you’re hosting at home, bringing along some homemade treats, or just serving up some cookies to Santa tonight, you’ll need a few plates to serve all of those love filled treats you’ve made.
This plate has some pretty flowers on it for spring, but you could also add a Christmas twist with the right graphics. This craft is so easy, you may even be able to have your plate dry in time to show it off to Santa tonight.
Here’s a great, and simple project to do with kids during the cold days of winter. With a minimal supplies, and a little time, you can make a neat star decoration, that’s almost magical when you finally unfold it!