Family DIY fun crafts and projects
Aug 14, 2012
Craft Roundup: Small Projects with Big Impact
Clothing labels, a mini double-deckers bus, bookcase dollhouse and more: These tutorials showcase little projects that are all about the details
You don't need to spend a whole weekend working on a craft project. Sometimes the smallest of DIY creations pack the biggest punch. What kind of personalized touches can you add to your next craft project? Here are five simple yet snazzy little how-tos to get you started.
Give your kids' clothes a bit of personalization by creating your own labels with this how-to from I Am Momma Hear Me Roar. Whether you use them on the inside of a garment for identification or on a sleeve for some stamping fun, this small customization goes a long way.
As the new school year approaches, why not make a big batch of customized lunch bags for your family? Try this tutorial from Oh Happy Day. No matter the age, everyone in your house will appreciate these bags made with love – and your own printer.
Take crafting to the tiny level with Zakka Life by turning an empty candy container into a double-decker bus, just like the kind you might see in London!
Is there an empty bookcase in your house not being used? A little bit of imagination – and some favorite crafting staples – can turn a piece of furniture into a larger-than-life home for your child's favorite dolls.
Still loving the Avengers? Why not make your own personalized bowling set? Life Sprinkled with Glitter makes it easy by repurposing some bottled water containers.