It’s summertime…DIY craft for the kids.

If you are a homeschooler then you know that just because summer starts doesn’t mean you aren’t still working with your kids. If you aren’t a homeschooler then summer time is like having to homeschool for a couple months until public school starts up again. So everyone in a way homeschools at some time when…

ASD table time crafts…bread fastener ABC tags.

When you home school your kids you have to find creative ways to buy educational supplies in frugal ways. Educational and medical seem to go hand in hand with being very expensive. If you have children that need a little extra help with things, then your cost go up even more when it comes to…

DIY a little plaster flower.

One of my favorite items to search for when out there second hand shopping are items that I can use for molds. This little mold was perfect for me. I love flowers. I bought this little mold for .25 cents at a yard sale. If you can’t find a flower mold then use a Hostess…

DIY a garden pallet.

Well…all I can say is…finally, look what was finally finished. I had some help for it from my family. I can’t take all the credit. I told them this is what I wanted for my Mother’s Day gift. So a couple days before Mother’s Day we all worked together finishing the pallet garden I had…

Mother’s Day gifts from the garden.

“ To be a Mother is the most beautiful blessing. Happy Mother’s Day to all the amazing mothers.” Here in America we celebrate Mother’s Day this Sunday. I thought I share with you all some inexpensive ways to gift those special ladies in your lives in celebration of their nurturing and mothering of others. It…

Dollar Day do over…a pretty art tray and organizer.

“ It’s not about what it is- It’s about what it will become.” These have been sitting in my art closet for a couple months. Spring flowers were the inspiration behind this project. I remember picking these two items up on one of my Goodwill dollar days and thinking how nice these would be for…

DIY Christmas ornaments using plastic food container lids.

If you are a regular follower of mine then you know I use plastic lids for all kinds of art projects. This year I did a bunch of animals for ornaments. Years past I have done hearts and stars. Supplies needed: Clean plastic lids from empty food containers. Scissors permanent markers or paint pens. Twine…

DIY repurposed crayon shapes.

Supplies needed: Old or new crayons scissors silicon molds oven foil Remove all the wrapping from your crayons. Break into small pieces to fill up silicon molds. Cover cookie dish with foil and lay down mold filled with crayon pieces. The foil is there to protect from any spillage. Heat oven to 205F and add…

Three little snowmen.

I picked up a pack of ceramic snowmen in October and last night I decided to paint them. They were plain and all white with no decorations on them. I forgot to take a before photo. I found them in a basket when I was decorating the home for Christmas and there they were, three…