Crafts and Projects
popsicle sticks & hot glue gun - mini pallet coasters!
Decorative initials made from wine corks could be a great addition to any vineyard wedding, or for couples who just love wine.
Use a simple coke plastic bottle to make an original box for gifts
Cat trees go for several hundred dollars a pop. With a discarded dresser and about $6 worth of lumber and paint, you've got happy cats. You could easily add a scratching surface using the back of a drawer and some carpet remnant.
Craft Stick Fairy Doors. This is such a simple, easy project to add magic to the garden. Make a bunch and place them on flower pots and tree trunks!
Sea Shell Monogram
brick patterns...corks to make awesome bulletin boards. or hot placements pads.
I might make more of these too... @Erica Wright will have to bring hers if we want to try to show and tell. But I need to make one for ME now!! DIY: Wrap Bracelets - I LOVE this, but I have yet to actually make one for me... I've only made them for friends so far!! I dubbed this one by new go-to birthday gift! OH! And the length was WAY TOO short! Measure it on your wrist before you cut!
DIY: wrap bracelet
DIY Safety Pin Bracelet 80 safety pins Beads Elastic cording Place beads on pin as desire. After you have beaded all your pins thread them onto two elastic strings equal in length. Alternate the tops and bottoms of the pins. When you have finished, tightly tie the beginning of the top string to the end. Cut the excess strings and you're done!!
This is such a unique and cool looking bracelet from safety pins!
DIY Pipe Ball. Fun game for kids to play.
starfish/sea glass window hangers
Jump for rope! The sailor’s knot symbolizes a perfect marriage between form and function. Crafty mariners not only used essential roping skills to safely set sail, they also made bracelets to show off their skills. These handcrafted wares were believed to bring good fortune, and were often given as gifts to their sweethearts upon returning to port.
Knot Rope Necklace,DIY