Craft Roundup: Family Fun Ideas for Rainy Days

If you have a collection of your favorite blogs, do you stock up any great project ideas to save for a rainy day or a weekend without any plans? That’s what this week’s roundup is all about. From birthday party ideas to DIY must-haves for the first-aid kit, you’ll be set with these how-to ideas.

 

Project: Tooth Fairy Pouch

Wild Olive has created the sweetest tooth fairy pouch project for you to recreate. Almost makes you want to lose a tooth right now, doesn’t it?

 

DIY Birthday Pinata

Emily at Lovely Beasts takes you through a detailed tutorial on how to create your own bunny pinata for a birthday party. Take a look at her how-to – I think once you’ve got the basics down, you could create any shape you like to fit your party theme.

 

Washi Tape Bandages

As we enjoy the last few weeks of pure summer vacation, there’s bound to be a few more scraped knees from playground fun. Dress up your bandages by adding some colorful washi tape to them.

 

How to Make a Flower Canopy

Skooks came up with this project not because the finished product is so adorable, but rather to help her child’s fear of a decorating staple.

 

Baby Blues and Minis

I agree with Dana – I love a little girl in blue! Check out this simple skirt she personalized with her own baby blue bias tape.

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