With COVID19 still being a big issue Halloween is going to be a bit different for many this year. Have you decided what you will be doing? If you plan to stay home and pass out candy then these Halloween candy pockets are a perfect way to pass out treats to the kids that do go out to ask for candy. These Halloween candy pockets are really easy to make which comes in handy when you need to make quite a couple.
My friend Laura Kelly has been sharing some awesome painted rocks that she has done and totally inspired me to paint some rocks too. I decided to do pour painted rocks that inspire and I LOVE how it turned out. I think having an inspirational word on a rock is honestly something we all need in our lives.
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During this quarantine I have been doing some decluttering. One of the areas I decluttered was my closet and I had some old jeans that I knew would be perfect for some recycled crafts. Today I am sharing just how easy it is to make recycled jean roses to use as decorations on many things. For this craft I used my recycled jean roses to customize a little notebook. Read More
I am so excited for Easter crafts and I am kicking it off by showing you how to paint plastic Easter eggs. You will be able to transform those boring, plain, plastic Easter eggs in a matter of minutes. The colors of the DecoArt Fluid Art Ready-to-Pour Acrylic are also perfect for Easter.
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