I’m taking part in another fabulous giveaway co-hosted by members of the amazing KBN (Kid Blogger Network). Each blogger joining in the giveaway has also posted a great Spring craft collection so do pop over and see all the crafty posts listed at the bottom. Three lucky winners will win $500! how amazing … Continue reading
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February ‘the month of love‘ is upon us and I’ve decided to spread a little love and happiness around me by making some Heart Pebbles, Heart Stones and Love Rocks to leave in random places for strangers to find, keep or even pass on to others. I grabbed a pile … Continue reading
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Having seen how wonderful helicopter (Sycamore) seeds look when painted I just had to get the glitter out and make some beautiful helicopter seed decorations for my Christmas tree. I couldn’t have imagined a better pairing. The sycamore seeds look simply stunning against the lush green of a real … Continue reading
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These 3D Paper Snowflake decorations are perfect for doing together as a family. They are a bit fiddle but younger kids can have great fun punching out the snowflake shapes whilst the older kids and adults piece them together. You Need Cardstock or Paper – I used printer paper to make … Continue reading
The simple yet beautiful helicopter seed, also known as sycamore seed. A great nature toy for generations of children, wonderfully tactile to touch, beautiful to look at and rather lovely to craft with. Apply a thin coat of metallic pearl paint to highlight the wing texture of each helicopter seed, leaving … Continue reading
I made one of these cute Sugar Skull Dolls last year with my girls and they have been on at me to make some more so I thought I’d share how to make them with you. To Make The Sugar Skull Dolls You Will Need Card, 40mm polystyrene ball, patterned … Continue reading
I’ve been playing with my roving wool again and made these super cute felt spider craft decorations that are perfect for using over Halloween. They’re also really easy as they’re formed around a polystyrene ball so it’s easy to get a good shape each time. You’ll need a 4cm polystyrene ball, black … Continue reading
This Needle Felt Easter Bunny craft is another simple felting project that uses a cookie cutter shape for a template (you can find my other projects here). It’s a step up from the heart and pebble shapes and will require more sculpting of the wool to keep and define the shape … Continue reading
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Here are five Paper Bunny Craft ideas using just one bunny silhouette shape and very little else. I used my Cricut Mini as it’s perfect for cutting out lots of the same shape quickly but you could easily use a cookie cutter as a stencil or draw them and then cut them … Continue reading