How to Make a Pom Pom out of Yarn
There are many different ways to make a pom-pom. I usually use my hand or my fingers to make them. When I need a bigger pom-pom, like for my Cute Little Bunny Butt wreath accessories crochet pattern or for an order for my Etsy Shop, I use the method I will be showing you today in this step-by-step tutorial.
Easy Peanut Butter Cookies That Will Blow Your Mind!
Who doesn’t love peanut butter cookies? This 2-ingredient peanut butter cookie recipe is shockingly easy! I wish I had made these years ago!
DIY Lego Valentines
My two sons have two very different attitudes about Valentines Day. My oldest son, Jacob, has always been interested in girls. Seriously. He came home from the first day of Pre-K 4 and said he had a girlfriend. He has been girl crazy ever since. My youngest son, Jackson, on the other hand, is 11 and thinks girls still have cooties (YIPPEE!)
Jacob buys his own Valentines Day cards and gifts these days. So I have to come up with Valentine’s Day cards that Jackson will like. He says, “They have to be normal”. Jackson hasn’t liked any of the Valentines in the stores. So we headed to Pinterest for some ideas. I think these are normal and pretty clever for any boy or girl that likes Legos. Follow this tutorial if you are looking for Lego Valentines with free printables.
It’s here! Today is the last day of the 7 Days til Christmas Series! If you missed day 6, you can find it here. The ornament for today is the Christmas stocking ornament free crochet pattern! It comes with the free pattern These little stockings work up so fast that you can make a bunch in a short amount of time. I made for my son’s second grade class last year. I attached treat bags of candy to them. All of the children LOVED them!
Day 6! One more day and the 7 Days of Christmas Series will be over. Have you enjoyed it? Comment below if you have tried making any of the ornaments in this series. If you missed day 5, you can find it here. Today we will be making a craft stick snowman ornament. It is perfect for smaller children to make. They can dress their snowman up as much as they want.
My Favorite Ornament Tutorials
Wow! This week is flying by! I can’t believe we are already on day 5 of the 7 Days til Christmas Series! If you missed day 4 of the series, you can find it here. Today, I wanted to share some awesomely easy and fun DIY Christmas ornament projects from fellow bloggers that I follow. I LOVE their ideas! Click on their links below for the full tutorials. Enjoy!
It’s day 4 of the 7 Days til Christmas Series! If you missed day 3 of the series, you can find it here. Today’s ornament is a crochet snowflake with free pattern. This snowflake pattern is so versatile. You can use different size hooks to adjust the size of the snowflakes to use them as gift decorations, home decor and for the tree too. Of course!
Are you ready to learn how to make a Santa list ornament? It’s day 3 of the 7 Days til Christmas Series! If you missed day 2 of the series, you can find it here. Today’s ornament is for the little kiddos. It’s fun and easy. They will love helping you create their list for Santa!
Let’s make a diy glitter Christmas light ornament! Welcome to day 2 of the 7 Days til Christmas Series! If you missed the day 1 ornament, you can check that out here. My 9-year-old son loves to make these ornaments. He says he loves the instant gratification he gets when he makes them. They are so easy to make. They are very pretty and sparkly too! Get ready to add some extra bling to your tree!
I hope you enjoy making this crochet bear beanie ornament. This is a full tutorial. It’s easy enough to let your kiddos make some too. I will be posting one Christmas ornament each day for the next week. I’m calling it the 7 Days til Christmas Series. The ornaments are fun and easy to make with the whole family! The first ornament is a miniature teddy bear hat with a tiny crochet hook and ball of yarn.
Glass Gem Magnets
THINGS YOU WILL NEED :
– 1″ Glass Gems
– Foam Wedge or Foam Brush
– Mod Podge
– Circle Punch or Silhouette Cameo
– Scrapbook Paper or Fabric
– E6000 Glue
This box marks 18 months since I first signed up for the Stitch Fix subscription clothing service. I still love it as much today as when I received my first box. So much so, that I receive a box every two weeks instead of once a month. If you would like to learn more about how to get started with Stitch Fix, you can go here. I asked my stylist to curate a bottoms only box for this Fix. I requested cargo pants, skinny jeans, and cargo shorts. On with this Stitch Fix review bottoms only.
I know it’s only July, BUT those of us that do the Fall and Winter craft shows know to be working on the things we want to sell way before the shows start. That’s why I am writing this post. I am bringing you 12 Christmas ornament ideas to make for craft shows. So I guess I just turned this into Christmas in July, huh? I have made and sold most of these at my craft shows. They have been really good sellers both at craft shows and online too.
I’m trying to play catch up with my Stitch Fix reviews for the summer. I have been getting a box every couple of weeks. This is Stitch Fix Summer Review #2. If you haven’t seen the first Summer box I got, you can check out the review here. I asked my stylist to send me some cute feminine Summer tops and a top to match a maxi skirt I got in a previous box a while back.
Back to Homeschool Supply List
I started homeschooling our son last year. There were so many questions about what I needed to get started with homeschool. That’s why I wanted the first post in this category to be about exactly that, homeschool supply list. There are several things on it that you may not realize you will need.
I have gotten a little behind sharing my Summer Stitch Fix unboxings. I receive one every couple of weeks. It’s easy to get behind. Since I have already received a few boxes I am going to number each post. I can’t wait for you to see what I received in my Summer Stitch Fix #1 box.
Need some party decor ideas for July 4th?
You have come to the right place! Try these 3 awesome DIY patriotic farmhouse July 4th decor ideas! We use farmhouse decor in our house, so this was perfect.These ideas will be handy to use throughout the year. Click on the links to each step-by-step DIY.
Painted Mason Jars
THINGS YOU WILL NEED:
– 3 One Pint Mason Jars
– Red, White and Blue Multi-Surface Acrylic Paint
– Foam Wedge or Painters Foam Brush
– Sand Paper (Optional)
FARMHOUSE GARLAND DECORATION
I am decorating our front porch for Independence Day, so I thought that I would do a quick tutorial on how to make a farmhouse garland for Indepence Day. The best thing about this garland is that you don’t have to only use it once a year as a decoration for July 4th. It can be used with your Farmhouse decor all year around. Read on to learn how to make this garland and to learn some ideas to use it for other holidays!