In our church, we are encouraged to spend time on Monday evenings with our families. It’s really up to each family how they choose to do it. Some have a gospel centered lesson, some work on their families’ emergency preparedness, some go out to the movies or somewhere fun. I love it because there is …
•❈• PAPER PLATE Ideas Note - The site is in Russian (I think) but at the very top of the page there is a button you can click on to make the site display in English. The button looks like a British flag.
I remember making these as a kid...I think I'm going to have the boys make all the stuff for the tree this year! :)
Designer Dawn has a cute and quick Christmas Tree project using paint chips - A perfect kids craft for Christmas! This is a simple and inexpensive ornament to make with young kids for the holidays.
Have you been following along with our 12 Days of Christmas Pinspiration series featuring ideas found on Pinterest meant to inspire your own creations? Today’s theme is Handprint Wreaths. Make a Wreath with your Children’s Handprints – Mama KnowsHand-y Red, White, & Green Wreath Craft for Kids – Momma’s Fabulous PlaygroundWreath made from Handprints – Matt & BeckyHand-y Paper Plate …
Snowflake art just remove the masking tape when the paint dries!
Popsicle Stick Snowman - 10 Easy Kids Christmas Crafts! #DIY
pilgrim pattern printables | Cut the pilgrim collar and cuffs from the white felt, using the ...
How to sew a minky blanket. So easy! I made mine big enough for Jameson and I to share. :)
Yet another reason I wish I had the patience to knit: "Quickie Blanket" from Big Box Detox
Fabric letters (like Anthro's!) tutorial
No more uneven hems
how to paint perfect letters, why didn't I think of that?
"cheater" quilt binding - uses backing instead of separate binding! Genius. Rae pretends she can quilt (and shares a quick quilting tutorial)
Baked Mac and Cheese
machine binding tutorial.......life changing!
Minky blanket tutorial. This is a great website!
how to refinish without sanding, love it!
DIY Leaf Stamp: You’ve got to love a craft project that doesn’t require buying any supplies. You can make your own stationery out of what you’ll find right in your backyard. You might want to experiment a bit, but the moister leaves usually have better results. And, don’t leave dents in your table! Be sure to use a cutting board or old book to protect your furniture. Go check out Lindsay’s tips and instructions as well as many other craft ideas over at Delighted Momma!
Upcycled Crate Seat Tutorial for classrooms, libraries, and kids' rooms from Ms. Fultz's Corner.
Best burp rags ever!!! Free tutorial!
Diaper Clutch Tutorial