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Craft Roundup: Disney Inspired Crafts

My family and I are traveling to Disney World this weekend! I'm so excited and can't wait to see the look on my son's face when he sees all his favorite Disney characters. In honor of my upcoming trip, I am dedicating this post to featuring my top Disney inspired craft projects. These projects are… Continue reading Craft Roundup: Disney Inspired Crafts

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DIY Tic Tac Toe Game

This post is all about fun and games! I bought a folding frame a few months ago and knew that it would be perfect to use as a tic tac toe board. So many of us grew up playing this game with friends and family. I remember playing tic tac toe with classmates when we… Continue reading DIY Tic Tac Toe Game

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DIY Pom Pom Rug

I buy yarn whenever I see it on clearance at craft stores. Over the past few months, I have accumulated several pounds of yarn. I don't knit, so I decided to make a pom pom rug. This is a fun and easy project, but it can take a few hours to make the pom poms. The results are… Continue reading DIY Pom Pom Rug

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DIY Candy Jar

This candy jar project is very popular. You can find hundreds of tutorials on Pinterest and other craft blogs. I love candy, so I had to do this project. I used the following supplies: Glass jar Flower pot and saucer Wooden knob Krylon Burgundy Spray paint White acrylic paint Aleene's Glass and Bead Glue  … Continue reading DIY Candy Jar

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Rainbow In A Jar

I got this great idea from my mother-in-law just in time for St. Patrick's Day. I'm sure people will love receiving and eating this fun treat.   What you need: Mason Jar Skittles Mini Marshmallows Gold-foiled Candy Drop the gold-foiled candy in first, followed by the color separated skittles. Top everything off with the marshmallows.… Continue reading Rainbow In A Jar

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DIY Cardboard Letters Project

A few days ago, I started thinking about doing an inexpensive project for my son's room. I came to the decision to do a project with letters. I found printable cut out letter templates at http://www.yourprintablepdf.com/. I cut pieces of a cardbaord box to use for my letters, and I found three old t-shirts that no one… Continue reading DIY Cardboard Letters Project