By Kids’ Crafts Contributor Rachel from the blog Doodle and Stitch.
This pretty felt flower wreath is the perfect girly craft, which would look lovely hanging on the wall or a bedroom door.
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.
Now that the 4th of July has passed and it’s time to take down all those red, white and blue decorations, you’re gonna need something to replace them. We’ve gotcha covered at CreateForLess with some super cute summer-ey wreaths! Here are my favorites from this weeks craft trends.
Stripes, polka dots, AND chevron? I love mixing patterns and colors, so I am totally obsessed with this fun summer wreath. Get directions on how to make it from the link above.
I’m especially excited to decorate for the holidays this year because my husband and I are moving into our first house this week and hosting family and friends for Christmas! Things have been a bit hectic as you can imagine, but holiday crafting is still a pretty big priority since we’ll have company arriving in just nine days. I’m sharing some of my favorite holiday crafts to inspire you to make your home extra special this holiday season.
This layered canvas wreath is one of my all time favorite holiday wreaths. I made a similar one last year as a present for my sister using leftover scraps of card stock and blue and brown felt – because I didn’t have canvas on hand at the time. I just love all the colors and buttons.
Canvas Layers Holiday Wreath – Alisa Burke