I’ve created a Pinterest board called “Summer Holidays,” and I’ve been adding cool crafts to it on a regular basis. I didn’t realize until recently how many awesome patriotic crafts I had accumulated that inspired me! With the Fourth of July approaching so quickly, I thought I’d share some of my fun finds to help MORE »
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Amy Anderson loves to write and craft, so being a craft blogger makes complete sense. Amy writes and co-owns several blogs including Mod Podge Rocks, Decor Hacks, Crafterminds and Cookfail. Mod Podge Rocks was named one of Babble's Top 50 Craft Blogs in 2011 and 2012, and the blog has done so well that it was turned into a book called Mod Podge Rocks in June of 2012. Her work has been featured in The Huffington Post, Woman's Day and Design Sponge. In addition to writing and crafting, she loves anything funny, the color blue, rain and pugs.
On occasion I like to show my United States pride. And of course, the Fourth of July is the perfect holiday to do that! If you love wreaths as much as I do, take a peek at this collection of DIY Fourth of July wreaths. You’ll have such a fun time making one of these for MORE »
If you have children, you may have experienced a syndrome called “summer boredom.” Advanced symptoms include sitting around, long periods of watching television and random complaining. The next time your kids tell you they have nothing to do, present them with one of these 12 summer activities. These are all kid tested and approved! Click MORE »
Thanks to Disney•Pixar’s Monsters University for sponsoring this post. Click here for more of the discussion. Do you have a special father in your life? Maybe it’s your own dad, your husband, or a beloved brother? With Father’s Day right around the corner, make it a point to spend some quality time with him doing MORE »
Sometimes I’m amazed by the creativity I find in the crafty blogging world. Lately I’ve noticed a pool noodle crafts trend: bloggers are taking them and making fabulous DIY projects ranging from home decor to games! The best thing about pool noodles is that they are easy to cut, and you can get them at MORE »
I grew up in a family of five children. And we played A LOT of games. When the summer came, my mom would kick us outdoors, so we’d have to figure out what to do – and it usually involved games outdoors as well. We’d make up our own games, or we’d build them out MORE »
Summer is almost here – and one of the joys of the season is freshly squeezed lemonade! When I was young, we had a lemonade stand and would sell to the neighbors. I forget what we sold it for – maybe a quarter for a glass? I don’t know what the going rate is now, MORE »
Every once in a while, dad needs a little appreciation. You know, for those little things he does besides just sitting on the couch and flipping through reality shows. I’m kidding! If you have a dad in your life that you want to say “thank you” to for being such a great guy, then download MORE »
I always think of felt as a material for kids’ crafts. But that is definitely not the case, as you can see with this DIY felt necklace made by Stephanie. I love the color palette she chose as well as the gold beads. Gorgeous, right? Get the DIY felt necklace instructions at Henry Happened. Follow MORE »
I really love cross stitch patterns, especially when they are made with alternative materials. Helena has done just that with her beautiful patterns brought to life with perler beads! These are a fun craft for adults and children alike. Find the cross stitch patterns on pegboards how-to at Craft and Creativity Follow Amy at Mod MORE »