I wish that I’d had this awesome tutorial for making a hand-printed wall covered in constellations when I was planning my son’s space-themed nursery! Laura at A Beautiful Mess designed this wall for the bathroo in her studio, but I think it would be awesome in a nursery or even a grown-up bedroom! She created custom stamps using recycled cardboard and craft foam, and the results are just beautiful.
Spring is here! Hurrah! That means warmer weather, blooming flowers, and a mysterious, uncontrollable urge to clean house. What is it about spring that gets cleaning on our brains? Whatever the cause, you can save a bundle of cash by skipping toxic, store-bought cleaners and making your own instead.
When holidays come around I get very excited to add new decorations to what I already have. This seasonal burlap Read More »
Is there a scarf in your closet that’s seen its last winter in your wardrobe? Turn it into a cute child’s shrug that’s perfect for spring! Lisa at Cucicucicoo has a super simple tutorial for turning a short scarf into a child’s shrug. If the scarf you’re using is a little bit too long, don’t worry! You can always trim it to the right length before you start sewing and save the leftover pieces for a future project.
Easter is this Sunday! Are your kids getting excited? Whether you need something crafty to keep them occupied this week or something fun to do on Easter Sunday, we’ve got some fun Easter crafts for you!
Shoe clips are such a fun way to add a little flair to your shoes or your kid’s shoes without permanently altering them. You can make shoe clips for your younger kids or let older kids make these for themselves. Shoe clip hardware can be tough to find, though. Over at Skunkboy, Katie found a brilliant solution: use clip on earring backings instead! You can buy new clip ons or harvest the backs from thrifted clip on earrings.