Now I can FINALLY use up some of the old Mason jars my sister gave me when she moved! Quart jar crafts are becoming so popular these days. Back in the 90s, my Mom made several votive candles out of jars. She painted scenes and flowers on them. I still have mine displayed in a prominent spot! She was really ahead of her time, huh? LOL Have you made any of them? Feel free to leave a link to your jar project in the comments!
Oh my gosh!!! There are so many times I am making a recipe and realize I don’t have something. This will come in so handy! You’ll want to bookmark or Pin this one! Oh, and while you’re doing that, don’t forget to Pin this post too! No pressure. 😉
I’m a little late getting this posted, well, because I was getting ready for and enjoying Mother’s Day!
This is Me, my grandson Jase, and my beautiful Mommy! She is the sweetest person I know, and I inherited her whimsical spirit! That’s why I knew she would love these cute little flowery pins. I let her take first pick, then let the others choose the ones they liked. We all had a very nice day at my sister’s new house, and enjoyed our time and dinner together!
I made these pins for my own Mom, sister, sister-in-law, and daughters. At least, the ones that have children! I did, however, forget to make one for myself. But, oh well! You’ll have that!
They are made of polymer clay, plus a little bit of Pearlexmica powder and varnish! I used a technique called polymer clay embroidery. It was rather fun, actually!
I just love when Spring arrives! Everything starts to turn green, the temperature gets warmer, and there is a freshness in the air! And, like many of you, my fingers itch to get crafting for Easter and Spring decor.
Today, though, I’m going to put together some fun crafts and ideas for the kids! They will help get their little spirits in the Springtime mood, and make a fun afternoon for you to spend together! I look forward to doing some of these with my own grandkids!
Alessandra at A Sparkly Life for Me had a very original idea that lots of children will go “roaring” mad for! Who says it HAS to be a bunny? I say this idea is grrrreat! Click the image to go to her post and see all her images and a list of items she used, so you can create your own unique pre-historic Easter!
This is just so clever! This fun craft will allow you to give the kids flowers they can plant over and over again! So simple! Go check out Brandy’s post by clicking the image above!
Now, I just have to say that Liza has the cutest critters I have seen so far this Spring! And they are a perfect do-something-together craft for little fingers! Click on the image to go to Views From the Ville and find out how you can make your own!
Oh my goodness! How I love this idea! Angie over at The Country Chic Cottage has a seriously cute craft that the kiddos will flip for! Coloring AND glue?? I mean, what’s not to love?? LOL Click the image to find out exactly how they made theirs!
Well, you may or may not want the kids helping with this one, but if you don’t, it will be one heck of a Mom Win when you pull them out!!! These bunny butt cupcakes have got to be my favorite! Lisa nailed it! Click the image to go to her site and learn how to make them for your little Easter bunnies!
Which of these fun ideas is YOUR favorite? Do you have one you’d like to share? Go ahead and post it in the comments section! Now… Get Hopping!!!