Crumbling up the small paper squares is the best part of this craft!
Love the minty green color over the kelly green… thoughts?
- Acrylic Paint
- Sponge Paintbrush
- Wooden Stars
If you have a hummingbird feeder – you NEED a hummingbird perch nearby! Use a plastic rod (like a straw) and wire to make it. Add beads if you like!
Make your own, or buy a kit HERE
My family just learned the difference between regular waffles and “Belgian” waffles. This project reminds me of the pictures we saw (and drooled over!) of the deep-welled waffles of the Belgian version.
So naturally, I love the deep “waffle” wells on this blanket!
- I-9 crochet hook
- 4 skeins of Caron Cake in Rainbow Sprinkles or any worsted weight yarn (the pictured blanket used 1,532 yards)
- Tapestry needle
A bow made from the printed page finishes off a nice craft project, makes a beautiful little banner, or tops a gift for your favorite reader – try it!
Layering is the secret for the cool effect when lit!
- Card stock
- Tissue box
- Tissue paper
- Silhouette patterns (or trace/design your own)
- Black foam core
- Halloween decor
- LED light
Looks like these were made by drilling a hole into a small piece of driftwood (I’ve seen some at my local Hobby Lobby) and inserting a smaller piece, about the size of a dowel and painted to match. Then a quarter of a lace edged handkerchief, sewn into a triangle, was attached for the sail. So pretty!
Make your own – or buy it HERE