Showing posts from June, 2021

Dollar Tree Crafts: How to Make Cards with Stickers

Dollar Tree Crafts: How to Make Cards with Stickers I love doing crafts with supplies from Dollar Tree ! Dollar store crafts are the best! I'm going to show you how simple it is to make super cute handmade cards with stickers and stock cards from Dollar Tree !  This fun post is not sponsored, I just love the dollar store! Affiliate links included. Crafter's Square Pop-Up Stickers are found in the Dollar Tree Crafts and Sticker section. They have a bunch of really fun stickers that would work perfectly for handmade cards. I love the pop-up stickers with layers of foam.  They add the perfect special touch to a card! Did you know that Dollar Tree stocks Hallmark cards? Not only do they have special occasion cards lining the aisles, but they have note packs on the end caps. They have 6-8 cards plus envelopes inside! I bought 2 packages of cards and 2 sets of stickers. I love the bird stickers and the tropical vibe! Here's a video of the process: Dollar Tree Card Supplies Nee

25 Crafts for Kids Round Up!

25 Crafts for Kids! What is life like for you this Summer? Planning a Summer camp or road'll need some crafts for it! Are the kids home and need a project?  While you are at home with the's 25 fun crafts you can do to pass the time. Maybe you already have some of the supplies on hand to start creating. Which looks the most fun to you? Boondoggle Keychains Teaching the Color Wheel Kubb or Viking Chess Sea Creature Fishing Kit Painting Rocks Scratch Off Magic Paper Make a Lego Fidget Spinner Turn Kids Artwork into a Shirt Yahtzee Game Score Cards Simple Lace Dream Catcher Harry Potter Wands with Hot Glue Magnetic Shark Fishing Set Sealife Soap DIY Cocktail Umbrella Wreath Decorate Sugar Cookies Easy String Art Patriotic String Art DIY Rock Place Settings Stenciled Totes Tangram Stamped Cards Painted Flower Tote Rolled Paper Frame Painted Car

How to Make a Rubber Stamp from an Eraser DIY

How to Make a Rubber Stamp from an Eraser DIY What are you doing to fill your Summertime days? If you need a fun craft, carving your own rubber stamps is super fun! Make a stamp and use it on mail, in your journal or let your kids stamp all over paper. This craft is a tricky one, but older kids/teenagers would love it! I used supplies from Tombow as part of their Design Team. Carving rubber stamps is really fun. It takes a few supplies but is super rewarding with a reusable stamp of your own making. Turn this eraser into a rubber stamp! Supplies needed: Tombow MONO Eraser Tombow MONO Twin Speedball carving knife set Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen Hobby knife Tombow MONO Drawing Pencil Tombow Power Mini Glue Tape Clear stamping block Tombow Dual Brush Pens White cardstock Colored cardstock Step 1: Stamp Image Begin by cutting a piece of scrap paper the size of the MONO Eraser. Then, use the Fudenosuke Brush Pen to write “happy” i