Vintage Sewing Box DIY Makeover

Open up for a cool surprise! Update a vintage sewing box with this cool DIY makeover using stencils. The top says "create" and there are beautiful patterns inside - you simply won't believe that this was a flea market find! One of my favorite thrift store makeovers and trash to treasure DIY projects ever, and perfect for craft room organization.

I think that this style vintage sewing box may just be the first “cool craft storage solution” ever invented and I always knew I NEEDED one. So when I found one at the flea market that was old, dusty, and…

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Pencil Pouch from Cardboard Tubes

I tend to not plan things typically and post out of season, so here I am, it’s May, and I’m sharing you a pencil pouch tutorial while you’re all thinking seashells. But for me, this is always in season, as…

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DIY Clutch from old overalls

Upcycle old overalls and make this adorable DIY clutch - perfect as a diaper pouch, storage pouch for books, iPad sleeve (or any tablet and device holder) or to contain and protect the library books you're in middle of reading. It's a wounderful eco-friendly recycled beginner sewing crafts and would look just as cute with denim overalls.

I adore the look over overalls on my two  little boys, but that doesn’t mean that the cuteness ends with the kids. This DIY clutch is made from a pair of overalls with snaps that no longer do their job,…

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Pool Noodle Crafts and Activities

'Tis the season of stores overrun with pool noodles, cheaper by the dozen, and so the time to look into pool noodle crafts and activities to try!

‘Tis the season of stores overrun with pool noodles, cheaper by the dozen, and so the time to find pool noodle crafts and activities to try! Use these ideas to find unique things to make with pool noodles! Disclosure: This post…

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Lipstick Resist Process Art Activity

Whaat? Coloring with lipstick?! But it's really fun... This lipstick resist process art activity is fun for preschool and toddlers, or even bigger kids. Might seem like a fun art project for girls but I actually did it with my boy and he loved it.

Having a 3-year-old on vacation can lead to pretty desperate measures, which is why we came up with some super weird activities that impressed even my finicky little monster. This lipstick resist process art activity was a huge hit so…

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