This jeweled fall crown is easy to make, and cost less than 10 dollars, too. I bought all the materials at my local Michaels, and it only took maybe 30 minutes to make. If you have a kid asking to be a fairy this Halloween, this would be the perfect crowning touch to the costume. You don't need to make it in fall colors, either. Imagine it with pearls and seashells for a mermaid costume! The
Turn fabric scraps into beautiful fabric ribbon to wrap the most beautiful gifts. I always buy too much fabric for any project, so I'm always looking for clever, easy ways to use it up. And I'm terrible at quilting, sadly. I also love creative gift wrapping projects, so making my own fabric ribbon was a natural project for me to try. I love being able to make fabric ribbon with my large stash
Turn a plain paper bag into a wolf themed gift bag with this tutorial and free printable wolf face (or wolf mask) templates. I cut the pieces of the wolf head shape out of felt, but you could easily use colored paper card stock instead. The free printable templates make it easy to make this charming wolf gift bag for any wolf lover you know, or as a favor bag for a wolf or Little Red Riding Hoo
Tutorials for making three types of easy felt flowers perfect for so many crafts. No sewing or special tools (like a cricut or other fancy cutting tool) required! Not even any patterns. I'm teaching you how to make these easy felt flowers completely freehand. All you need is a hot glue gun and a pair of scissors (and the felt, of course). Use the felt flowers to embellish a wreath, a beautifu
Make an incredibly easy, inexpensive tissue paper tassel garland by using one clever shortcut: make them out of colorful paper napkins! The paper napkins cost less than buying all that tissue paper, and they're already cut to the perfect sizes.
Make this charming Easter headband with felt, calico print floral fabric, a fabric covered headband, craft wire, and some artificial flowers. It's incredibly easy to make, and thanks to the wire, the ears are actually posable and full of personality!
Turn stationary products like pencils, pencil sharpeners, and stickers, into a cute flower shaped Valentine's Day gift. Only costs $0.55 cents each, too! What kid wouldn't love getting a pencil, pencil sharpener, and stickers for Valentine's day? I know I would have!
Turn a plain takeout container into a beautiful, gold-embellished container for those homemade Christmas cookies you give to neighbors. I was inspired by the beautiful gold foil designs on my Christmas cards this year.
Turn a brown paper lunch bag into a cute little gingerbread house. Perfect for giving delicious homemade gifts to friends, neighbors, teachers, and more. It just takes a few scrapbooking supplies (like an oval punch and some glue) to create this adorable Christmas package.
Tutorial for making a surprisingly easy stone facade for a gingerbread house out of royal icing. Perfect for a rustic, adorable gingerbread cottage like this one, made for a fabulous charity group called PANDA.
Turn plain wrapping paper into something spectacular by adding sparkling stripes using just double stick tape and glitter. It really is as simple as that! Make monochromatic, subtle designs that play with texture, or bold stripes, depending on the glitter you choose.
Recipe for gingerbread scented salt dough and a salt dough Christmas ornament tutorial. This is a twist on the salt dough recipe my mother used to make for me, my brother, and all our friends to make homemade salt dough Christmas ornaments when we were kids.
Tutorial for making a miniature gingerbread man and gingerbread house baking scene for a Christmas ornament or dollhouse. I made one of these for each of my daughters (and signed and dated the back), and made one gingerbread house baking scene ornament for my kitchen Christmas garland.
Make rustic winter napkin rings for Thanksgiving or Christmas with artificial fur, toilet paper tubes, and faux birch wrapping paper. It's an incredibly inexpensive project, especially if you already have the birch patterned wrapping paper to make the matching faux birch placemats.
This rustic birch placemat is actually made out of wrapping paper! Perfect for Thanksgiving and Christmas tables. For Christmas, I think I'll add a little snowy glitter on the edges of the place mat to give it that extra wintery look.