70+ Uses for Puffy Paint Who knew dimensional fabric paint has so many more uses than decorating a T-shirt?!

70+ uses for Puffy Paint (Dimensional Fabric Paint)

Puffy Paint (or Scribbles, or Tulip Dimensional Fabric Paint, or most other dimensional fabric paints) can be used for so much more than decorating a T-shirt! Household items, home decor, jewelry… and lots more! I’ve got over 70 ideas here and I’ve just scratched the surface. With all the colors available, you can jazz up just about anything you can think of! » Read more...

DIY Fairy Gardens

DIY Fairy Gardens

Fairy gardens are just so darn cute! Large or small, you and your kids can create a tiny world to spark their imagination. Plus, it gets kids outside and learning about plants! I’ve got two examples of fairy gardens we’ve made, including a fairy house from sticks, bark, and scraps, a sign, and a birdbath. I also include a list of the plants we used. » Read more...

10 Engaging Nature Crafts and Activities for Kids of All Ages Keep them busy outdoors this spring and summer!

Nature Crafts and Activities for Kids of All Ages for Spring and Summer

The weather is warmer, the kids are getting out of school. Keep them busy this spring and summer with these nature activities that will get them outside, learning about plants, and having fun all in one! » Read more...

Make Your Own Stamps and Stamp Pads in a rainbow of colors... without paint!

DIY Stamp Pads and Foam Stamps

Who doesn’t love stamping? The colors, the designs, the simplicity of it all. You can leave as-is or color them in. And it’s fun for any age! But the cheap stamp pads for kids are thick and gunky and make cleanup a drag. Why not make your own ink pads in any color you want, without using paint? It’s non-toxic, in fact, it’s edible (that’s a hint). While you’re at it, make some custom stamps to go with your custom colors to create truly one-of-a-kind art! » Read more...

Do You Remember String Art? A great art project for kids and adults!

Kids' Craft: String Art

String art seems to be making a bit of a comeback, but with cooler designs and more varieties of colors than ever before! This is a great DIY project for all skill levels. You can make it really easy and abstract, or with a more precise, well-thought-out pattern. See our step-by-step instructions for an easy abstract work of art! » Read more...

Ten Cheap and Easy Container Options for Starting Seeds Indoors Give those garden plants a head start!

seed starter pots at Yet Another Mom Blog

Spring is right around the corner, and now is the time to get a head start on your garden by starting your plants indoors. You don’t have to buy peat pots or other starter kits. There are so many options to make planters out of what you already have in and around your home! Quick and easy, crafty, stitched… there is something for everyone, so get planting! » Read more...