By General Crafts Contributor Amy from the Etsy Shop DangerousRainboCraft.
Make a Kawaii book charm to clip to your back pack or planner. These are so cute and easy to make you will want to create one in every color!
So, mushrooms may be the food that I hate the most. Being a vegetarian, it can be a little difficult to hate mushrooms as much as I do, but I just can’t develop a taste for them. Mushrooms that you don’t eat, on the other hand? I love them, I think they’re adorable. That’s why I love a good toadstool project like these.
Both kids and adults can have fun making these toadstools to decorate the garden. Make them in classic toadstool colors or have fun coming up with your own color combinations.
Are you a tea-aholic, or know someone who is? This cute little Birdie is the perfect addition to any cup of tea, and she will even make sure the paper on the tea bag doesn’t slip into your tea.
Whether you’re experiencing the unseasonably warm weather we’ve been having here in Portland or the strangely chilly weather in the NE these bright tie dye crafts are sure to be a crowd pleaser. Traditional tie dye can be kind of messy so I’d recommend a warm day in the backyard for those projects, but the Sharpie tie dye experiments and the tie dye clay can definitely be indoor activities as well. I hope you enjoy these Tie Dye favorites!
Clay is fun and easy to work with for kids and adults. The bright mix of colors is fun to create and use to decorate clay pots and coasters. These would also make great gifts for teachers and grandparents!
Polymer Clay Pot and Coasters – By Brittany Goldwyn