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!
Do you have more plastic Easter eggs than you need for your kids’ baskets? Check out this awesome list from Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas! She’s got five ideas for learning games that are appropriate for younger and for older kids. I just love that she’s taking a single-use plastic item and turning it into something that’s fun long after Easter is over!
Cooking with fresh herbs can be pretty pricey, but you might feel intimidated by the idea of growing your own. There are lots of herbs that are actually pretty easy to keep alive, even if you’re just planting them in your kitchen window! It’s all about knowing what to grow and how to care for it.
Kristi at Addicted 2 Decorating shared a tutorial for making a magnetic chalkboard spice rack, and frankly it’s genius. The spices go in small glass jars with magnets on the lids, so you can pull them down and stash them easily. The chalkboard means you can label what’s what and change things up as you replace the spices in your stash. Love it!
Do your kids have a little bit of cabin fever after all of this crazy winter weather? These games and activity are fun, and they’re budget-friendly, too! We’ve rounded up games for kids of all ages to help you give boredom the boot on a budget. There are also outdoor and indoor activities, so no matter what your weather situation, you and your kids have options for play!
As spring slowly makes its way up to the northern hemisphere, I have gardening on the brain, and these crafty containers add a little character to your garden on the cheap.
The freezing weather we’ve had down here in Atlanta over the past month has me fantasizing about spring! Spring flowers, blue skies, and bare legs weather. I shared some awesome refashioned dress ideas over at Dollar Store Crafts back in January, and today I’m fantasy-sewing myself a closet full of spring and summer skirts! Want to join me?
Printables are a fun way to make your crafts look more finished and professional without spending a lot of money. Really, all that you need are the paper and access to a printer. From cards to gift tags to wrapping paper, there are lots of free Valentine’s Day printables out there!