By Kids’ Crafts Contributor Rachel from the blog Doodle and Stitch.
These alphabet stones are fun to make and they can be used afterwards to help children with their words and spelling.
By Card Making & Scrapbooking Contributor
It’s the time of year where there are a lot of special occasions going on. Weddings, graduations and many more days that are being celebrated and you will need a card for every one of them. This wonderful window card features a floating butterfly ready to congratulate the receiver of this card.
Ever since I discovered Mod Podge Photo Transfer, I’ve been super interested in testing what I can transfer photos onto. The idea to try out air dry clay has been intriguing to me for a while. I was hoping I would get a nice, worn look from the transfer with slightly textured clay. These little clay bowls were just what I wanted. They’re perfect for rings next to the sink or little office supplies!
By General Crafts Contributor Michelle
Make a fun little collection book full of pockets for your kiddos, or yourself, to store all sorts of bits and bobs in. This fast and easy project could be great to do with the kids, or as an interesting scrapbook/journal project for yourself.
I kind of wonder if it was planned to have Mother’s Day during a month when there are plenty of flower options. Flowers symbolize birth and growth and so do moms! You don’t have to go to the flower market for the perfect Mother’s Day gift, though. Here are some great ways to make your own flowers for Mom!
This shadowbox craft is so simple and pretty. Use your mom’s favorite colors to personalize. You could even have a flower represent each child.