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Friday, 03 June 2016 13:08

Kid's Craft: Recycled Cup Turtle

 

by Stacey Gibbon from Glued to My Crafts Blog

 

If you are looking for an easy craft activity for the kids to make this summer vacation, this

Recycled Cup Turtle Kid Craft idea is just for you!!!

Using recycled materials, craft paint and green pom poms - you and your child can make a one-

of-a- kind creature that is fun to play with AND show off! So with that being said, not only is this

kid friendly craft super simple to assemble {even for a beginner crafter} but it's always really

inexpensive too!

Now let's grab those craft supplies, check out the full tutorial below and create a fun turtle piece

with your child today! Happy crafting my friends!!!

 

Friday, 13 May 2016 12:31

Me & You Ampersand Decor

By Carolina from 30 Minute Crafts!

Celebrate togetherness with this fun Ampersand Décor piece! Add texture and meaning with hot glue as you make décor that is fun to gift, or keep in your own home. This trendy piece makes a great wedding, anniversary, holiday, or Valentine’s gift!

Saturday, 30 April 2016 14:09

DIY Planner Embellishments

By Laura Bray

Adtech Dot Glue Runners are a great tool for your creative planner kit. You can quickly turn any paper or embellishment into a sticker with a few swipes of the Dot Glue Runner. There are no messy strings like other glue runners, which means your planner design will come together quickly and mess free. Here are three ways to incorporate the Dot Glue Runner into your creative planner layouts.

Thursday, 28 April 2016 19:09

Welcome Sign Entry Decor

 

By Tammy Santana

You can easily create a welcoming front entry, with just a few low cost supplies, and a little bit of creativity. I created this welcome sign in a couple of hours, including drying time, and I love how it turned out.

Wednesday, 20 April 2016 11:46

Wooden Beaded Coasters

By Laura Bray

These wood coasters make excellent gifts and look just like the hip, stylish coasters you see in pricey catalogs. They take minutes to create, making them a great hostess gift idea too.

Monday, 18 April 2016 10:52

Rainy Day Idea Jar

 

By Laura Bray

April showers might bring May flowers, but they also bring bored children! Like our Snow Day Activity Jar, this rain drop jar will hold ideas for keeping everyone busy when the weather is wet.

Friday, 15 April 2016 13:33

DIY Bright and Cheerful Spring Wreath

 

By Laura Neiman

Use up those felt scraps and add a pop of color to your front door. This bright and cheerful wreath uses the AdTech Apple Cinnamon Scented Glue Sticks for an added touch of fragrant scent.

Thursday, 24 March 2016 15:17

DIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bag

Designed by: Keri Lee Sereika

When the status quo just will not do for an Easter basket, why not try making your own DIY Burlap Easter Bunny Bag. First, I will share with you how I make my own stencils at home - no electronic cutter needed! Then I will share the step-by-step process to making your own cute little bunny bag!

Wednesday, 30 March 2016 17:19

Egg Shell Menu Board

By Laura Bray

This rustic menu board is a great way to bring a little bit of nature into your home. Using real egg shells does make this project delicate, so be gentle with it! Of course you can also use a porcelain or even plastic eggs for the project if need something tougher. As for flowers, you can use small cuttings of real flowers or use fake. Either way, this project says Spring is here!

Monday, 28 March 2016 17:07

DIY Decorated Herb Pots

By Laura Bray

These decorative herb pots will bring a little sweetness to your garden. Or how about a hostess gift? One of the best reasons to use a glue gun is speed. Let’s say you are leaving for a party in about an hour and you need a hostess gift. Glue guns to the rescue! You can put together little projects like these herb pots in very little time. In fact, if you don’t want to wait for paint to dry, you could just write the names of the herbs onto the wood plaques, glue them to plain pots (or decorative ones you bought at the store), and you would be done in all of five minutes. Here’s how to do a slightly longer version, but it’s still quicker than you think!

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