Are you ready to share the love this Valentine’s Day? If not, here’s a great card that can be finished quickly so you can be ready. It’s time to get to making those cards you will need because February 14th is fast approaching!
I seem to be on a quest to make a wreath for every holiday and season. I can’t help it, they are usually so quick and easy to make, and they make me so happy when I see them as I am pulling into our driveway. So if you are like me, and you like to dress up your front door and make it all festive…today’s craft is for you! Continue reading →
Explore several ways to decorate paper mache letters and spell CREATE in rainbow colors. Today’s posting will cover ways to embellish the C-R-E of CREATE with the Red – Orange – Yellow colors of the rainbow.
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.
You see what I did there? I guess I’m still not over the Punny Valentines trend. It’s the time of the year to be surrounded by hearts, but what is so great about this adorable symbol of love is that they never look out of place! Here are some great heart crafts you can enjoy long after the flowers you get tomorrow have died.
Create a pretty Valentine’s Day decoration with an unlikely craft supply–coffee filters. Dye the coffee filters to your favorite color, and create this heart that appears to be made out of roses. This heart couldn’t be sweeter!
When my oldest niece (now 15!) Crystal was a Kindergartner, we made these Heart & Lollipop Valentines Flowers and we had so much fun. If you’re looking to create something with your young ones (and old ones for that matter), this is a fun and easy one. They also make for a great card as opposed to the typical cards you find at the local store. This idea came from Martha Stewart’s site, and I tweaked a few things here and there.