If you are looking for a fun summer craft project for the kids, pick up a few plain t-shirts and fabric paint, and they can make these:
The full tutorial for these Hello Sunshine shirts can be found over at Mom It Forward.
As part of the Holiday Bake, Craft and Sew Along I have two special treats for you. To begin with, I get to help start the holiday season off with a bang, & treat you to an absolutely amazing giveaway as part of our crafty series (details below). Once you have entered the giveaway, head on over to Kelly's blog to check out my tutorial for DIY reindeer tea towels, which make a fabulous handmade gift this holiday season.
We are giving away a fabulous Prize Package worth more than $700!
UPDATE: This craft project was initially created for a website by the name of Kidzui, however that website no longer exists.
We've been having a whole lot of penguin fun, and playing with our food again.
Happy Feet 2 comes out tomorrow. The kids are super excited to go and see it. I thought it was a great excuse to make a fun potato stamped shirt with them that they can wear to the movies.
The full tutorial for making this fun project is over at Kidzui.
What you need:
Cut your potatoes in half lengthwise.
Dip each potato starting with the largest first into paint and stamp onto the shirt to form the body, belly, and wings for the penguins.
Using a paintbrush, paint on the beak, eyes, and feet.
Now, set aside to dry, and then get ready to wear to see your favorite penguin movie, or to visit the penguins this holiday season.
Disclosure: I was provided with product for the purpose of this review
UPDATED: The winners of this giveaway drawn via random.org are no.12 Sabirah and no.32 Kate Dunn. Congratulations, I will be emailing you shortly.
I recently received some fabulous Faber-Castell Mix & Match products to try out. After days and days of procrastinating as to what I should make with them and perusing every single page of the design memory craft blog, I was doing dishes one afternoon and happened to be washing out a large crushed garlic jar to pop into the recyling bin when I finally had an idea.
The jar was just too big for me to give it up that easily, I knew I could re-purpose it and I had remembered reading that the Mix & Match products could be used on canvas, so I decided to make a jar cozy and turn this great jar into a funky vase.