One of our most popular DIY crafts of all times is how to make a pink yarn wrapped ombre monogram letter. So we decided to make a blue yarn wrapped ombre monogram letter to give you an idea of how cute and versatile this can be, too!
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Today, my daughter, Lainey, created these tie-dye Easter eggs. She used a special "paper towel" technique to get this look. We both had so much fun and the eggs turned out beautifully!
We used empty Snack Pack® containers for each color dye. This worked great because they were just the right size and no spilling like regular plastic cups!
Now that spring is (almost) in the air, I wanted to share a craft that will add a pop of color to your home or party. This flower monogram letter is so easy to make and what I love about it is ohw bright and festive it is!
Picture it behind a dessert table, hanging on a door to welcome your guests, or in a girl's room. Here's how to do it...
Winter break was winding down and it was raining, and I could tell my daughter, Lainey, was feeling like a shut-in. So when she said she wanted to make presents for her two friends to surprise them at school on Monday, I knew what we could try: popsicle stick bracelets with a Snack Pack break in the middle.
This was one of those crafts that kept Lainey completely engaged, which as a parent, I love. Plus, the bracelets were such a hit at school on Monday, other friends asked if she'd make more! Be warned: there is a little parental involvement in this craft, but it's well worth it.