Craft Roundup: Make It Your Own

When they see a great idea or product, crafters always know how to make it all their own! This week’s Make It roundup features projects with fantastic personal touches – some small, some big. Adding your own personality to a project can be as simple as a bit of glitz on a pair of sunglasses – or making your very own on-the-go, out-of-this-world learning kit. If you’ve recently created a project that’s “so you,” make sure to share it with us!

 

DIY Neon Paper Gift Bows

Jessica Jones of How About Orange always has creative ideas, and these bows are another great example. Share the fun of paper crafting with your children with this project.

 

Blinged Sunglasses for Summer

Sometimes you find crafty inspiration when you think you can make something better – or in this case, blingy-er! She’s {kinda} Crafty shows you how to embellish inexpensive children’s sunglasses for a summer-friendly look.

 

Animal CD Cases

Mmmcrafts’ Larissa Holland created bunny-themed CD holders as Easter gifts – and an any-time-of year way to dress up a plain jewel case. I bet many animals found in the zoo would work as subjects for this sort of decoration!

 

Handmade Solar System in a Box

Have science fun ready at your fingertips when you make your own solar system in a box – thanks to this tutorial from Playful Learning.

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