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DIY Geometric Fruit Stamped Tea Towels

I’m obsessed with these adorable geometric DIY fruit stamped dishtowels I crafted for momtastic.com. Click here for the complete how-to. All you need are flour sack towels, fruit and acrylic paint.  If you want to create geometric shapes, cut self-adhesive craft foam or use pre-cut craft shapes and stick onto a wooden craft block. I

How to Make a Father’s Day Stache Jar

Last year, Kai made his dad a “stache” jar – mustache – get it? Of course you do. ha! (He even made one for his teacher, Mr. Doak, and his grandpa.) It was so easy, we just bought some sticker letters and mustache stickers from Michaels and put them on a jar. It literally took

DIY Family Photo Collage Coasters

Here is a fun project that I created for Momtastic.com. I thought it’d be a fun, little wacky addition of my living room. The craft, which can also be a fun gift, is less than $10. Score!!! All you have to do is cut out photos from a magazine, print out family photos and Mod

How to Make a DIY No-Sew Stage Curtain

Last summer, I teamed together with Netflix’s Stream Team and crafted this super easy and NO SEW (hold your applause, please) stage curtain for all of your budding performers. Here is the original post on my other website. Here’s how to make it: Materials: Tension rod to fit your doorway Liquid Stitch Glue Piece of

How to Make Tissue Paper Sun Catcher Craft

It’s not yet summer, but in Florida, where I live, it sure feels like it. Summer actually isn’t too far way, in fact, Kai only has about 2 ½ weeks left of school before summer vacay begins. I was looking around my art studio trying to get inspiration from the materials I already had on

Easy Kid Dream Catcher Craft

Last year, I crafted a dream catcher for Netflix’s Stream Team on my other website: www.klscrafts.com. It was one of my favorites that I’ve done because it’s so easy to make and honestly, all kids (and adults) love dream catchers. I made this one for my BFF Jessica. Here’s how to make it: Materials: Embroidery

DIY Easy Succulent Terrarium (Star Wars Style)

May the 4th be with you! In honor of Star Wars Day, I decided to design a succulent terrarium for my husband’s office featuring my brother Kevin’s original toy Star Wars figures. It’s easy-to-make and better yet, easy-to-maintain. You only need to water the plants once a month. The Star Wars theme is, of course,

How to Make a Glow in the Dark Party Pinata

Last year for Kai’s 8th bday, he really wanted something special. I decided to throw him a glow-in-the-dark party at a bowling alley since they already had the black lights in place. Check out this really awesome and easy to make glow-in-the-dark pinata that I crafted for him. It’s so easy to make. All you

How to make no-mess summer fruit magnets

My family loves fruit. Sometimes it feels like we eat it by the truck load. That’s why today’s post is dedicated to our favorite food/snack/meal/dessert/all of the above. I’m also obsessed with the kitschy vibe of the 50’s, where everyone had fruit magnets on their refrigerator. You know those plastic ones that you grandma used

DIY Recycled Can Bird Feeder Craft

It’s Earth Day – one of my favorite days of the year! I created these DIY Recycled Coffee Can Bird Feeder Craft that I decorated with duct tape for Momtastic.com. Click here for a complete tutorial. I hung these outside in a tree in my backyard. It took a couple of day for the squirrels