This cute tote bag is so easy to make and it is a great way to give a small colorful kindness gift. If you aren’t into sewing or don’t feel like making this tote bag no worries later on in this blog post I share 2 more ways to create and package up a colorful kindness gift. This idea is part of a series of ideas inspired by my friend Laura Kelly and her Kindness on Purpose book.
Y’all, today’s type of project is a first for me and I am super excited to share it with you. My love for crafting comes from my mom, growing up I remember seeing her sew and I always found it interesting but never actually learned. Well that is all about to change, a couple of weeks ago I got a sewing machine and today I am sharing my first sewing project with you. The first thing I chose to make was a quilted Easter banner and I think it turned out so cute. Now, don’t get me wrong it is far from perfect but I think it turned out good.
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Hey everyone, Easter is coming up and this year it lands on April 4th. Which means we need to start getting our Easter Basket stuffers. So, today I am sharing some ideas that my oldest son helped me pick out. I hope these ideas are helpful and what makes this list even more awesome is that all these items were chosen from a really cool store called Beyond the Blackboard. They are a small business with 2 stores in Colorado but they also ship which helps make it easier to shop and support their business.
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Hi there, I am so excited to be part of another Creative Crafts blog round up. This month we are sharing kids Easter crafts and I am showing you how to make these super easy Easter puppets. You can keep the kids entertained while waiting for the Easter bunny by having them decorate these Easter puppets.
Hey there! Back in October I shared this popsicle stick Fall sign and today I am sharing a cute Spring version. I just love how cheery this little Spring sign turned out, it will look perfect on a tiered tray but I ended up keeping it on my desk.
For this project I used my Cricut Joy and y’all this little machine is perfect for crafts like this one, I also love it for card making. This past Christmas we mostly gave gift cards because I didn’t want to be out shopping and I didn’t want to order online and have the stuff not arrive on time. So, I used the Joy to make all the Christmas cards to place the gift cards inside. The Christmas cards turned out so cute and the were easy to create because I just used ready made projects in Cricut Design Space.