Ok parents and grandparents out there in the crafting world, this post is for you! *Fair warning this will tug at those heartstrings* I’m guessing that you have an area in your home where you have all the little keepsakes from when your children were born/adopted. Maybe in the junk drawer, storage box, baby book, etc. No judgment on where it’s currently sitting!! Mine were in a ziplock bag in a bin that sat on a shelf behind our sofa for several months after each child was ...
Let’s keep the festive crafts coming! We can’t forget about some of the most important stars of the season, Santa and his reindeer! A big pet peeve of mine is seeing people use vinyl on plates for food, vinyl isn’t food safe. Don’t worry I have an easy and affordable workaround. All you need is a pizza tray and clear glass plate from the Dollar Store and of course, some adorable fonts! The full tutorial is over on the fontbundles blog.
Every year I make my family a fun craft involving my kids as part of their gift. We actually had an early snowfall this fall and built a snowman in our front yard. I took a bunch of pictures of the kids and thought it would be cute to make our own little snowglobes using those photos. Head on over to the fontbundles blog for the full tutorial! I mean, look how stinking cute they are!! (Not that I’m biased or anything! 🙂 )
If you’re like me you don’t like spending money various holiday decorations, but you do like to have a little festive area in your home. Here are a few fun craft ideas with items you probably already have laying around your house and it can also be a fun project to do with your little ones! Check out the full tutorial over at Fontbundles Design Blog