I am beyond excited to start crafting all things Halloween! Today I am sharing our first Halloween project for this season – a boo’tiful upcycled jar ghost lantern! This project is suitable for both adults and kids. Kids as young a tweens can make this fun ghost tealight holder and it hardly takes any time . . . . .
Do you have a little one who loves fairies? Today I am sharing a magical fairy craft that can be played with and even used as a calm down jar. It is made with Lawn Fawn stamp and paper products as well as our Xyron® Sticker Makers. Join me below to get a tutorial for making a sparkly . . . . .
WooHoo! It’s time for another Bewitchin’ Projects link party! This week I am doing things a little differently. Instead of featuring posts just from last week, I pulled highlights from all our past parties! Today’s theme is recycled crafts for kids. 10 creative and frugal projects that will keep kids busy, inspire creativity, encourage imaginative play, . . . . .
We had a wedding to attend and Baby Girl didn’t have anything to wear, so I went through my old tank tops until I found one that I could upcycle into a cute Toddler Dress. The tank top is from my pre-pregnancy, pre-kids days! I used one of her 12 month dresses to get an . . . . .
I finally made Baby Girl some Baby Legs, although I guess they are more Toddler Leggings now since she is almost 1! They are perfect to use as Arm Sleeves too for a boy or a girl and of course the Baby Legs are cute for baby boys as well. How to make your own . . . . .