14 DIY Flower Crafts for Weddings or Spring

Spring is in the air! The days are warming little by little and the showers are preparing the May flowers. In the meantime, why not brighten your days with some pretty floral crafts? From paper to felt to napkins to pineapple, we have just the right flowery craft for you!This gorgeous centerpiece is created with several styles of paper flowers (all tutorials and patterns provided for free!) and arranged into a lovely setting. Perfect for any event - garden party, wedding, or your springtime kitchen table! Watercolor Paper Flower Centerpiece - Heart of Light          This paper orchid is absolutely stunning. It's not nearly as complicated as you might expect, and it is certain to impress your guests and friends! How To Make A Paper Orchid - ElliThese simple felt flower puffs … [Read more...]

10 Ways To Decorate Using Book Pages

Old books are dreamy, aren't they? We love the idea of using book pages in our home decorating! We've found ten beautiful ways to use old book pages, on our walls, in our wrapping, and even as wallpaper!//1// This post from The Nester is overflowing with inspiration for book page decor, but our favorite is this gorgeous crafted wreath. It would look amazing on any wall! (TheNester.com) //2// Using old books as candle holders not only looks beautiful, but adding a taller book in the middle will transform your candelabra into a seasonally appropriate menorah. (Juniper Books) //3// A candle jar wrapped in words will add a bit of appeal to your decor. Such a simple way to make your home cozy and pretty! (Think Crafts) //4// Needing wall art full of character? Just frame your favorite book! … [Read more...]

Stained Glass Easter Egg Craft

Easter is just around the corner, get in the spirit with this Stained Glass Easter Egg craft. This craft is fun for toddlers on up. Plus, you won't have dozens of eggs to eat when you are done. SuppliesEgg pattern (download the PDF pattern) White or ivory cardstock, 8.5 x 11 Tissue paper in multiple colors (pinks, blues, yellows and greens work best) Scissors Glue stick Optional: glitter Optional: laminating paper Hole puncher RibbonAssemble Cut the tissue paper into multiple shapes. Rectangle, squares, triangles, circles, ovals, etc. They don't have to be perfect. Make both large and small shapes.Print out the egg pattern on the white or ivory cardstock paper. Have your child glue the pieces of tissue paper onto the egg with the glue stick. They can glue as … [Read more...]