DIY Wire wrapped spider web. ♥
The Stormtrooper deck chair and other geek furniture
Both an art and a very effective fine Motor Skill activity: tightly rolling magazine pages and gluing the edges will create beautiful tubes that can be used in craft projects. Children can gain the benefits from creating them, and then again from using them as stacking sticks, art supplies, counters, and more!
tightly rolled-up magazine pages glued onto canvas = very cool image pattern making
How to make an old TV console into a kids play room. Love this idea .This blog is packed with tons of great ideas
Another idea for repurposed kitchen vintage items...
a magnetic scrabble board! hang this in a hallway or somewhere and have an ongoing scrabble game.
Generation photo.. Great grandpa holding picture of grandpa holding picture of dad holding picture of kid.. awesome idea!
Pick a flower or plant and lay on top of a small piece of clay and use a rolling pin to make an imprint in the clay. let it harden. Paint. Add a magnet to the back.
Baby elephant sneezes and scares himself
Decide on a shape you want your sun catcher to be. Use light weight disposable Reynolds molds or cookie cutters. 2. Place the beads in a single layer on the bottom of the form. Try to fill the entire area. 3. Melt beads at 425 for approximately 25 minutes. The time needed to melt the beads will depend on a few factors, size of your beads. Fumes are strong, have plenty of ventilation!
One Crafty Mama!: Melted Bead Suncatcher tutorial.....Melting Beads.....it's oh so fun!
For books that have fallen apart! Modge Podge on canvas
Easy project with scrapbook paper