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Do you have a little helper who loves to be in the kitchen? Then this is the DIY for you! Over at the Little House on the Prairie blog, Heather shares how to turn a few dollar store items into a matching set of mommy-and-me aprons. Based on a passage from the book “By the Shores of Silver Lake”, this idea will get you on the …
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Whether it’s a favorite quote, a few lines of poetry, or a love letter, these fabric-wrapped bracelets are a fun, easy way to make meaningful accessories. Heather made these over at iLoveToCreate using fabric scraps and dollar store plastic bracelets. They would make a wonderful group activity or gift. You could even make a Mother’s Day version as an inexpensive classroom activity! [how to make …
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Give your shoes a temporary kitty makeover! Heather used electrical tape to make adorable cat faces on the toes of a pair of plain flats to dress them up. This is a great way to add a little bit of fun to your outfit, while still leaving your favorite flats wearable for other occasions. When you’re done, simply peel off the tape and the shoes go back to their original state.
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It’s getting to e spring cleaning time – are you clearing out your closets this year? Heather has a great idea for you to recycle an old vest into a fashionable new shirt, no sewing required. This is a great idea for those dress clothes that your kids have worn once and then promptly outgrown! Get the details how to make this fun shirt over …
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Whether you have a little one around your house who would like playing dress up with a mini bunny top hat, or you want one for yourself to dress up for Easter (you’re never too old!), this bunny headband is a super fun project. You can even substitute some of the store-bought materials for things out of the recycling bin, making this not only adorable but affordable too!
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Heather recently ordered a mega awesome mystery box full of all kinds of fun jewelry making stuff. And ever since, she’s been on on a roll with DIY accessories! For this project, she created a recycled cuff bracelet out of a recycled cardboard tube and some washi tape. It would be a great craft to do with kids!
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Have you seen the long, skinny scarves that Dollar Tree had for St. Patrick’s Day the last couple of years? I realized that they are absolutely perfect for making fabric flowers, which inspired me to make this fun headband! If you can’t find these scarves (the best seasonal stuff usually sells out pretty quick), then you can also substitute any long, skinny strip of fabric.
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Did you know you can get some basic jewelry-making supplies at the dollar store? They usually have pliers and wire cutters, which are really useful for various jewelry-making situations. Sometimes they also stock jewelry making basics like jump rings, clasps, chain, earring wires, etc. I love making jewelry, so I recently shared a very basic jewelry project over at Live.Craft.Love: a lucky horseshoe bracelet. The …