At the end of each year comes the end of usefulness for that yearly calendar, but it doesn’t have to be. Cutting out the illustrations from last year’s calendar to reuse & repurpose them is a fun and easy DIY craft project! You can make your old calendar illustrations into a quirky animal collage of wall art prints or you can turn them into a whimsical animal garland to hang in kid’s rooms, your office or any place that can use a fun, make you smile, element of whimsy!
WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
- – Last year’s Jaunty Animals calendar
- – Scissors
- – Bakers twine
- – Tape
So, you want to dress up for Halloween, but who has the time to spend hours on a costume? Or, maybe you put your Halloween costume off until the very last minute!!!
Rosie the Riveter is a classic & it’s so easy to pull this costume together quick! Plus girl power!
I love all the cute things painted onto concrete so I decided to make my own DIY stencil and give it a try. I bought a package of DIY stencil material at a local craft store and then used my Cricut to cut out the design.
This year I wanted to try an unconventional Easter egg decorating idea and temporary tattoos on eggs sounded interesting. It’s an easy & mess free last minute Easter egg idea, plus it’s pretty fun!
For your own DIY temporary tattoo Easter eggs, you just need 7 items. Bonus, you probably already have most of them!
So, we’re always on the lookout for fun & quirky props to add into product photography and our decor in general. We both really like brightly hued vintage items, but unless you just luck out when finding them, they tend to be kind of expensive. Lately I’ve decided to start painting some cute little cheap items to use in photos. I already think painting is basically the answer for everything so I can’t believe I haven’t done this project sooner.
I bought a few little plastic toy animals at Walmart & Target and some unpainted wooden items at Hobby Lobby. I’m a huge fan of cheap DIY projects that are also quick so this was right up my alley. I bought a few small bottles of acrylic paint at Michael’s and used paint brushes I already had.