Posts Tagged ‘kids name puzzle board’
Ring in the spring season with this week’s easy crafts and decorating ideas. You don’t need loads of cash to make your house look great or splurge on the priciest gift at the store. With these week’s features, you can get spring craft ideas that’ll last the whole season! These springy crafts are all made with fun materials, many of which you most likely already have in your home. As always, we created and tested all of these crafts in our own home so we can assure you that they are all fun and child-friendly!
Newfoundlander at Heart is my online home where I share my daily adventures in crafting, baking, gardening and country living. The blog began as a way to share my experiences traveling to Newfoundland and the wonderful people who greeted me there. I learned that many of the Newfoundland people live a very traditional and self-sufficient lifestyle and I decided upon my return to Ontario to adopt some of these practices in my everyday life. I am still striving for self-sufficiency and share my progress daily on my blog. – Margot
Hi my name is Rhonda and my blog is Pickles cards. I have been blogging for a short time but have been creating cards and paper crafts for the last 6 years. Most of my creations are posted on Splitcoast under Rhonda3. I love whimsical cutsie stamps and love creating projects with them. I am a big kid at heart so these images reflect my personality. I prefer making personalized cards for family and friends so most of my cards that are made for challenges are donated to hospitals and other charity groups. I really enjoy searching through other blogs for inspirations and examples that get my own mojo flowing! Hopefully my blog will inspire some of you! Big Hugs! – Rhonda
I started stamping seven years ago and find it the best therapy around. I love paper crafting and my blog shows the projects I create day after day, week after week, month after month. I started with Stampin’ Up! In 2004, was chosen to be on Spellbinders Design team in 2009 and that opened my world to so many wonderful products. I am currently on design teams for Rubbernecker Stamps and Mark’s Finest Papers a Heinrich Company. – Karen
I would describe Lucky Stamper as a blog that has CAS and one layer creations with Lucky’s One Layer Fridays. Many of the one layer cards are scenes or will have dimension using embossing frames. I always like to use a technique that may have been forgotten, but still try to keep with the CAS or one layer card. Sometimes I will add a card with layers . I try to have cards that beginners as well as experienced (readers) can enjoy. There is always Lucky, our dog, who is the inspiration behind the name and his picture always changes since he is always up to something. – Kathy
I would describe our blog as a growing collection of rubber stamping techniques, tips and tutorials with several contributors. We offer weekly blog candy for linking to us and a monthly technique challenge with a $25 gift certificate awarded to a participant chosen by the Blockheads Design Team. – Stacey
Dreaming and Creating is my creative outlet through which I share card making projects. My style varies from cutesy to vintage/shabby chic. I love lots of layers, patterns, and textures in my projects. Creating the cards is very artistically stimulating and something I really enjoy, but sharing the cards – that is where the real joy comes in. Step-by-step instructions are listed for all projects. Visitors will also find more in-depth tutorials with photos of fun techniques. And I like to keep my followers updated on what is going on in my garden with photos of flowers, hostas, and new garden projects. I hope you will stop by, join in the fun, and do a little dreaming and creating! – Karen
Creative Dabbling is my blog and I think it describes my approach to creativity in a nutshell. I have many interests and all of them involve creating. I’m fascinated by the written word, so I write and read. I love pottering in my garden and nurturing my plants so they thrive. I design, make, teach and write about quilts and textiles. I love stitching, especially by hand. I endeavour to live creatively and enjoy the patterns of life. You’re invited to visit my blog to enjoy a glimpse of my world. – Erica
Hello! My name is Lina and I create at my blog, sweetnothingspaperco.blogspot.com. My blog is a great mix of everything crafty! I’ve got my hands in everything! On any given day, you’ll find posts and creations on scrapbooking layouts, altering projects, card making, and just everyday crafting! I call it crafty goodness. Also, recently, I started my own digital stamp company, Sweet Nothings Stamp Co. (www.sweetnothingsstampco.com), where I feature Sophie, the cutest gal you’ll ever meet. Please stop by anytime … I’m always around and up to something! – Lina
I live in Nottingham with my hubby, Jim, but am London born and bred. A very good friend got me into card making, which I started in 2010, and I really enjoy making them. My blog is my bit of space where I can share with my friends or anyone who may be interested in what I do as a hobby. I place all my cards on my blog, where I can say what I’ve used to make them, and what markers I have used to colour images in, or stamps. I can also enter card challenges. I have won a few too. It’s also a good way to make friends too, which I’ve made a few. – Carol
Hello, my name is Kendel, I am a photographer, graphic designer, blogger, crafter and DIY-er (just to name a few of my many titles). My blog is called “The Browy Blog” and I love to share inspiration for the places we call home and, and as my blog header says, I love show other women “what I can do that they can do too”. Whether it is a seasonal display, a festive craft, a DIY money saving idea, party planning or a yummy recipe, I enjoy blogging about all of the fun and interesting projects that are happening in my life. Check out one of my latest craft creations: The Spring Umbrella Wreath (Link: http://thebrowyblog.blogspot.ca/2012/03/spring-umbrella-wreath.html). – Kendel
Life as a Scrapper
My blog is a way that I can share my scrapbooking projects and connecting with others who share the same interests. I like to try different things all the time from pages, cards & mini albums. Right now I am doing mostly mini albums but sneak in a card or page! – Toni
All for the Boys is a site to inspire parents and caregivers to create, play, and interact with their kids. We feature science experiments, fort building inspiration and ideas, and craft projects all approved by my 2 boys! I’ve found that boys are sometimes hard to please in the craft activity department so created a site geared towards them! – Allison
And there you have it! You don’t have to spend tons of dollars on new craft accessories. Get green and creative with these crafts made from recycled materials found around the house. Find some time to mimic these craft ideas with your friends or family. With school drawing to a close, create a kids name puzzle board for your child to enjoy on his or her down time. Taking cues from this week’s features will surely inspire seasonal craft ideas that’ll last a lifetime.