Monday, January 12, 2015
Hey guys! Sorry for not posting on Friday! We had a crazy weekend :)
Anyways, today I'm going to show you a really easy and simple craft. It's more of a life hack actually. Actually, that is exactly what it is, a life hack :) The next couple of posts this year will be 2015 bedroom organization (more life hacks)
What you need:
PVC Pipe Connector (I got mine from Ace Hardware for $7)
Spray Paint (optional)
I didn't spray paint mine because black is fine for my bathroom :)
Monday, January 5, 2015
Here's what you will need:
Wooden Block with holes in the top
Sticker letter of your first name
One-hole hole puncher
First cut the scrapbook paper about 5x5 in.
Next, measure where the holes go on the paper and use the hole puncher to punch out 2 holes.
Then modge podge the paper on to the block.
After it's dry, stick the sticker letter in the center of the block.
Lastly, cut the tulle the length you want it and tie a pretty bow!
Thursday, January 1, 2015
Anyway, today I'm going to show you how to make these super cool LED lights.
You will need:
~Plastic ping pong balls
~A string of LED lights (colorful or white)
PS. We got our ping pong balls on amazon.
On the left, you can see what it looks like on and what it looks like off!
First, use the scissors to poke a hole in the pin pong balls. It should look like the picture on the left.
Lastly, place the light inside the hole as shown on the right.
Repeat for each light you have!!
Monday, December 22, 2014
Hey guys! This is Haylie! Today I'm going to show you how to make these cute button earrings! They are super cute and super easy! You will need:
*A hot glue gun (you also might need extra glue sticks)
First, buy your supplies. I got mine from a local craft store here in Rexburg, ID. The earring studs were $2.99 and the buttons were $3.99. So it was about $7-$8. Not too expensive.
Next, you need to match up your buttons and put glue on the backs of them. Take off the earring back and place the stud onto the glue. You will need to press the stud on to the back of the button to keep it staying on until it dries.
BEWARE: Sometimes, the glue goes through the holes in the buttons! It will mess the earrings up so try not to let the glue through.
Friday, December 19, 2014
When your cold at home, wrap this cool heating pad around your neck to keep warm!!!!
You will need:
1. A long Christmas sock :)
2. About 5 cups of rice
3. Sewing machine (or needle and thread!)
First, open your sock and pour all of the rice into it. Then, using your sewing skills to sew up the open end of the sick so no rice can get out! To heat, put the rice sock in the microwave for about 1-2 minutes.
Monday, December 15, 2014
When you have finished that, glue on your buttons to the ribbon.
Then, make your scarf. Glue the scarf parts together and add the button. Then hang it on the tree.
We will post again soon.
Thursday, November 27, 2014
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Monday, June 30, 2014
For this craft, you will need: A mason jar, glitter (NOT glitter glue), Elmer's glue (NOT a glue stick), and water.
- Mix some glue with a tiny bit of water and stir.
- The mixture should be a runny liquid, but it should still be pretty sticky. Pour the mixture into the jar, put the lid on, and shake it!! Pour out the excess water/glue.
- Now, sprinkle some glitter in the jar, shut the lid, and shake. Add more glitter if needed. Now wait until the jar dries, and.....voila!! You just turned a plain mason jar into a sparkling glitter one. Have fun! :)
Monday, June 23, 2014
For this craft, all you need is a paper plate, scissors, and tape. If you want you can add a ribbon to snazz it up. Here is the easy directions from Pinterest:
Sunday, March 16, 2014
Make a super easy stamp for St. Patrick's day!
You will need:
·A clover or butterfly foam sticker (you can also use a sheet of foam and cut one out)
·A large bottle cap (I used a Gatorade cap)
·Glue (if it isn't a sticker)
·A stamp pad (preferably green)
·A green pen
1. First, stick the sticker onto the top of the soda cap. If you are using your own cut out clover, then glue it to the cap.
2. Then, press your stamp into the green stamp pad and make sure the whole sticker is coated.
3. After that, press your stamp face down onto a piece of paper for about 10 seconds. Make sure you press hard!
4. Use your green pen to add a stem to the clover.
5. This stamp is great for making cards!
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Sunday, December 22, 2013
You will need: an empty glass jar, a Christmas trinket, cotton balls or glitter, and hot glue.
First, glue your Christmas trinket to the lid of the jar (the jar should be upside down).
Next, glue your cotton balls or sprinkle glitter around the trinket for "snow". Screw you're lid on, and there you have it! A cute decoration!
Tip: You shouldn't add water unless its a plastic trinket with glitter.
Make adorable reindeer tags to attach to presents for Christmas!
You will need: A walnut or peanut shell, red and black paint, paintbrushes, an index card, and a black Sharpie.
First, with your paints, paint black eyes and a red nose on the nut shell.
Then, glue the nut to an index card that is cut to whatever size you prefer.
Last, with your black sharpie, draw cute little antlers.
Attach to a present to brighten any gift!
Monday, November 25, 2013
2. Write someone's name super cute!
3. Cut out colorful feathers from construction paper. Also cut out a head.
4. Glue the feathers and head on.... then draw a face on the head.
5. At Thanksgiving dinner, you can
pass the cards around and have everyone write something nice about that person on the inside of the name card! :-) Have fun!
Sunday, November 24, 2013
Monday, October 21, 2013
First, paint both of the wooden thingies for the top and bottom