DIY Crepe Paper Roses Paper rose craft never gets old. Whether you’re using cardstock, craft paper, tissue paper, crepe paper, mulberry paper or any kind of paper; paper roses turn out beautiful! These DIY crepe paper roses were my first attempt in making roses from crepe papers and I’m really happy with the outcome. When it comes to making paper flowers, I find crepe paper roses very attractive. Curling the petal cutouts is easier when working with crepe papers. This tutorial comes with a free template for the rose pattern. Grab some crepe papers, print out the template and get crafty!
Make Cute Mermaid Bookmarks I’ve been into crafting bookmarks lately and these mermaid bookmarks are totally on my top fave list. Cardstock or paper bookmarks are fun and easy to make; with some basic craft supplies, you can make so many different patterns of bookmarks. Besides, who wouldn’t love to have a mermaid bookmark that hugs the book! Craft one or 2 and surprise your book lover friend with cute mermaid hug bookmarks.
Plastic Bottle Recycled Craft Summer is hear with all the fun colors, juicy fruits and craft ideas! So I’m starting my summer craft with these recycled Bulbasaur planters. I have tons of plastic cola bottles trashed in my store room (I LOVE coka-cola!) and was waiting for a super fun idea to hit. I’ve seen recycled plastic bottle planters everywhere! Though it’s nothing new but recycling plastic bottles for plants seemed like a win-win crafty idea. I get to recycle leftover materials and also get to plant something in it.
Stitched Felt Llama Plush (Free Pattern) When it comes to plush making, I’m obsessed with 5 animal patterns; owl llama, bunny, cat, and unicorn. This time I made a felt llama plush; simple pattern and easy to follow tutorial. Meanwhile, check out my other animal plush tutorials, felt bunny plush and felt owl plush, they also come with free pattern templates.
St. Patrick’s Day Kids Craft St. Patrick’s day is coming and we are super excited to share some fun and crafty ideas for the kids! We’ll be sharing some fun St. Patrick’s day crafts throughout this week but for now, let’s start with something simple. If you have some green colored craft papers at home, you’re good to go. Grab ’em and get started!