Easter may be all about bunnies and egg hunting but for a little dinosaur lover, this easy Paper Dinosaur Egg Kids Craft is perfection! This little craft is so insanely easy, it provides about half an hour of great fun and laughter and is an awesome way for parents and kids to bond and build a stronger relationship! The best homemade DIY project at your fingertips!
If you’re more of the artsy type rather than interested in breaking out the tools and building your own furniture, refinishing a yard sale find, or making something from scratch then these beautiful (and simple!) art projects are for you. There are art projects for all ages in these pages. The kids will love this honeycomb craft from leftover toilet paper rolls and you’ll be able to give this beautiful framed map gift to someone you love who’s far away.
Whether you want to wow guests with your DIY hand painted Vintage Marimekko dishes, upcycle old book jackets before they are lost or torn, or finally master the art of painting on glass we’ve got tons of options for you to try!
Not sure where you want to start? Here are some of our most popular art projects:
Since December I am waiting for the sun to get stronger because I really wanted to try out my new sun sensitive paper. You need this special paper for cyanotype and here is how it works: You place an object or a negative on a sheet of sun sensitive paper, put it for a while in the sun and afterwards in some water. Next a picture of your object will appear. Very cool!
Transform those plastic colored eggs into trendy, chic Easter decorations that only look expensive! All you’ll need is some gold spray paint, newspaper and decoupage glue. It’s a super easy DIY project that anyone can do!
Seed paper makes an excellent and thoughtful gift. This easy craft is fun and good for the planet. By upcycling shredded paper and using your favorite seeds, you can cut whatever shapes you see fit for the occasion. Hearts, flowers, stars, Easer eggs, the creative license is yours.
My daughter and I recently redecorated her bedroom. As part of this ‘redo’, she requested a gallery wall, to include a ram trophy head. The ram is significant as it is her school mascot. I used paper mache to create this ram, which we decided to take artistic liberties with and make a ‘she’ ram, complete with gold glittery eyelashes. She finishes the gallery wall perfectly!
This project shows you how to upcycle old book jackets into gorgeous, unique wall art for a playroom or a nursery. If you love books and reading to your children, this project is for you!
Create a budget-friendly St. Patrick’s Day wall or front door decor using a flat piece of cardboard and some dollar store colorful ribbon and bring good luck to you this St. Patty’s Day.
These Painted Acrylic Boxes are the perfect easy DIY craft for staying and keeping organized. Only a few simple steps to create and you are left with pretty organizing!
Spray painting on glass is an easy DIY project, but there are a few tips and tricks to getting a smooth finish. I’m going to share some tips for using spray paint on glass so that when you’re ready to tackle this easy super easy project, you’ll be properly prepared and informed.