We love subscription boxes, and we have been fortunate to review quite a few in the past. The most recent ones have been for the kids, but it’s always nice to be sent something just for me to indulge in. So I was particularly pleased when Crafty Creatives sent me one of their boxes which contained everything I needed to make a DIY Spring Wreath.
This is a simple tutorial of how to make Peacock Wedding Invitations from scratch. They are really easy to make, but have a really professional finish.
Who doesn’t love butterflies! These super cute Peg Butterflies are really simple to make, and look very effective. The beauty of them is you can still use them as pegs, so they are pretty and functional too. We are going to make a load up and use them to hang the children’s artwork in the playroom. Or you could simply have them as decorations.
I love a snow globe, always have done. Not sure why really, maybe it’s the glitter, maybe it’s the magic of them, who knows. I’ve been meaning to try and make my own snow globe for a while, and finally I got round to it. It is surprisingly easy, and requires very little in the way of materials. If you want to give it a go yourself then read on.
With Christmas just around the corner, in our household we start to indulge in Christmas crafts. This is a really simple handmade Christmas card idea that even very young children can do with minimal parental input.
I love subscription boxes, and have recently reviewed a children’s recipe box and a bath bomb making kit. So when I saw a tweet from Crafty Creatives looking for crafty bloggers to review one of their monthly boxes, I was quick to reply.