Find a little time in your day to be creative! Your projects don’t need to be Pinterest-worthy, so please don’t stress. Try these easy crafts for grown-ups and kids, and simple DIY projects to keep your creative juices flowing. Most projects take 30 minutes or less!
It’s easy being green! Learn how to decorate your St. Patrick’s Day mantel with quick and easy shamrock crafts you can make in thirty minutes or less. Plus, get a free printable shamrock template so you can make your own felt shamrocks.
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Learn how to make an easy shamrock craft with a handful of supplies and half an hour of your time. This simple St. Patrick’s Day decoration is fun to make with kids, too! Please note that this post contains affiliate links. See my disclosures for more information.
Learn how to add a little Irish spirit to your door with an easy DIY St. Patrick’s Day wreath. This simple craft project takes only 30 minutes to make! Please note, this post contains affiliate links. See my disclosures for more information.
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All you need are thirty minutes and a few basic crafts supplies to make these easy Valentine’s Day mantel decorations! Learn how to make three simple Valentine’s crafts in today’s tutorial. Please note that this post contains affiliate links. Read my disclosures for more information.
This simple and modern Valentine’s Day wreath is an easy craft project you can make with an embroidery hoop. Learn how to make it, and add some Valentine’s Day cheer to your door. Please note: this post contains affiliate links. See my disclosures for additional information.
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What do you do with all those broken crayons? Melt them and turn them into party favors or Valentine’s Day treats! Learn how to make easy DIY crayons that you can customize for any occasion. Please note: this post contains affiliate links. See my disclosures for more information.
hristmas decorations don’t need to be expensive or extravagant. This simple DIY ornament garland is cheap and quick to make and will look lovely year after year. Note: This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosures for more information.
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Learn how to make the countdown to Christmas even more magical with this simple and inexpensive DIY advent calendar. Please note: affiliate links are used in this post. Please see my disclosures for more information.
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There are only a few days left until Halloween, but you still have time to create an easy Halloween mantel with these two no-brainer craft projects you can make while watching TV! Note: This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosures for more information.
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Are your kids eager to carve pumpkins to celebrate Halloween, but are WAY too little to be trusted with a knife? Put the sharp objects aside and try these no-carve pumpkin decorating ideas for kids! Note: This post contains affiliate links. For more information, see my disclosures.
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This modern Halloween wreath is a simple and kid-friendly DIY project to dress up your front door in an unscary way! Take 15 minutes this weekend to make it happen. This list contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosures for more information.
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My favorite tree in town sits on a classic suburban street filled with colonial-style homes both small and overly large. This is the third fall in our new town, and I’ve come to look forward to this particular maple tree’s firey red and orange leaves. I love the bold colors...Read More »
More kid’s artwork than could fit on the fridge. A constant rotation of activities and commitments to keep track of. Misplaced library books every week. My friend Connie was about to lose it and needed a command center yesterday. Her DIY magnetic chalkboard wall is the magic bullet that now keeps...Read More »
This weekend, our box of fall decorations made it up from the basement and onto the dining room table, where it remains virtually untouched until I find the time to strategically place leafy and pumpkin-y things around our home. The one piece that I pulled out of the box is an...Read More »
Are you ready to celebrate the unofficial arrival of fall, but not quite ready to bust out the leaves and pumpkins? If so, this simple DIY fall wreath is the perfect transitional door decor for you!
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It’s officially “back to school” time, and I can’t believe my boy starts first grade in less than two weeks! I love taking pictures with first day of school signs, but typically end up putting something together last-minute. This year, I’m totally on top of things and created a set...Read More »
With the first day of school looming right around the corner, it’s time to get ready for the onslaught of papers and artwork! Our cork board works overtime, mostly as a way to display the most treasured masterpieces that come through our door. It started out plain, but now boasts pretty...Read More »
If you don’t do anything else to decorate for a holiday, hang a wreath on your door. While I love the idea of decorating all over the house for every major holiday, there just aren’t enough hours in the day. That’s why I whipped up this DIY patriotic wreath as a...Read More »
Wrapping paper art is a simple way to decorate your home on a budget, and I’ll share my top tips for selecting the right paper for your project. This post contains affiliate links. For more information, see my disclosures.
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Whew! Between a hectic work schedule and our new rescue dog, Sadie (check her out on Instagram), blogging took a back seat for the past two weeks. I have a few ideas and projects to share with you, and you can expect some more pics of our new...Read More »
I’ve always loved watercolor art. When I was little, my grandma took a watercolor class and I loved the little painting that resulted from her efforts. Although I don’t have the time to take a class, but I do know how to make DIY watercolor art with my phone. I’ll show...Read More »
Don’t let an empty wall intimidate you! Calendar wall art is a simple and inexpensive little trick to add personality and color to your walls. Please note: this post contains affiliate links, read the disclosures for more information.
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A succulent wreath is a simple way to decorate your door or porch for spring! You can make this wreath in just five minutes with a few inexpensive supplies. Please note that this post contains affiliate links. Read my disclosures for more information.
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