We as crafters know how quickly scraps can pile up. Even one simple project can lead to a basket full of odds and ends. Here are ten great ways to re-use ribbon scraps:We as crafters know how quickly scraps can pile up. Even one simple project can lead to a basket full of odds and ends. But there is no reason why our precious materials should end up in the trash bin. Why not keep the creative juices flowing and put those scraps to good use? Here are ten great ways to re-use ribbon scraps:
One of the things you will find on Pinterest this year are things made with burlap. I have always been a big fan of burlap and have even covered my bench at home with it a few years ago. Last year, I made a Thanksgiving burlap runner, and this year I wanted to make some things for Christmas. I was excited to have been chosen to review it.
Welcome to day 6 of our 12 Days of Halloween crafts and recipes. Today we are sharing an adorable Fall Mason Jar Craft from Having Fun Saving.
#SipYourSummer #Ad One of the things that helps me to relax, believe it or not, is doing crafts. I figured that making a DIY 4th of July Pallet Flag wouldn’t take me that long. I had some help from my hubby and Snapple Straight Up Tea.
Welcome to day 6 of 12 days of Summer Celebration. We could choose anything we wanted to make, recipe, craft, DIY, etc. I chose to make a Patriotic Deco Mesh Wreath.
Easter Glass Block night light tutorial. Super easy to make and cheap. Repurpose the Valentine’s Day Glass Block Night Light to save money.
Children love to make crafts and projects out of common items found around the house. Look at the following list for craft ideas that your child will enjoy.
Sometimes it’s the quick and easy Christmas craft that can get you through a snow day or vacation day. This one is super easy and you can use items found around the house and the Dollar Tree. I took an old picture frame we had lying around and made it from that.
I had the mason jar lid, the ribbon, and twine but the only glue I had was rubber cement. Yeah, not exactly the craft tacky glue I needed but I made it work. It’s really much easier than you think. That coming from a not so very crafty person. Let’s get started!
Thanksgiving is just a couple days away and since I don’t have any of my stuff here, I wanted to make it feel a little more like home. I found a plain burlap table runner for $6 at Hobby Lobby but you could always just a plain piece of burlap if you wanted to. That was really my original intention but I didn’t have a lot of room to work with. I picked up a bottle of orange acrylic paint and a couple sponge brushes along with some stencils.