Once again we have some wonderful bracelet tutorials for She's Worth It! Jess from If Only They Would Nap made an awesome felted wood cuff and Vanessa from Designs by Sessa made a fabric covered bead bracelet. Thank you SO much for putting your time and effort into this, everyone! I can't wait to start [...]
If you’ve been inspired to do something for the She’s Worth It campaign but don’t know where to start here is a simple bracelet tutorial for you! Just learning about She’s Worth It? Start here.
Last year I had to make a dozen valentine crafts for a party I attended. It took me forever to figure out what to make. But I finally decided to make these cute Valentine Heart Frames. With a little spraypaint, fabric scraps and a mini clothes pin you’ll have a sweet fram that’s perfect for teachers and friends!
Finding away to display the art of a young artist can be a difficult process for most families. Maybe you've got a great system for saving the gems and tossing the rest but I've not found that method yet. I allow my kids to save or toss as they'd like, taping artwork all over the [...]
My 6 year old is about to be 7. I can hardly believe it. It is true what they say about it all going too fast. Right now I'm planning her birthday party. A simple party in the back yard with games and cupcakes. I want to make the party favors this year though. Something 7 [...]
Valentine's Day is just around the corner! Are you ready for an adorable, simple heart headband tutorial? This cute headband will be perfect for your daughter, or YOU if you want! Thanks to Anshu from Blooms and Blossoms for sharing this tutorial! Hello, Train to Crazy readers. There's just so much sewing crafting goodness here [...]
Need a handmade Valentine project for your kids? I'm sharing a fun, easy tutorial over at Fancy Little Things. Don't forget to buy your wool felt hearts at Heart & Felt and help my kids raise $5,100 to buy a home for an orphan family through World Vision! They are almost halfway to their fundraising [...]
Making a notepad at home is easy. Here is how. Gather your supplies. Paper. Reuse paper or print out some cute to-do list or coloring pages. 2 rulers. You can use 2 wood blocks or shingles as well. 2 or 3 binder clips. You can also use clamps if you are using wood blocks. Paintbrush. [...]