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Category Archives: DIY + CRAFTS
Another fun and easy diy christmas project to do with kids are these beautiful illustrated birch christmas ornaments made by Rachel from Love from Ginger. You can find instructions and a the free downloadable illustration here. Aren’t they cute?!
This diy christmas tree that I found on Apartment34 is a great project for the holidays! The Scandinavian style birch branch Christmas tree is especially suitable for small spaces. You can find full instructions here. Happy crafting!
The streets are filled with fallen leaves, as well is our garden. My four year old son loves to collect beautiful leaves in all shapes and colors. I searched online to find the best diy projects that you can do with leaves. And I like to share these with you today. I have also included some other fun fall inspired projects. If there are instructions you can find them by following the links mentioned in the source & credit section at the end of this post.
Halloween is around the corner and I think a carved pineapple is a fun change (or addition) to the traditional pumpkin carving!
I am loving these free downloadable prints with inspiring and encouraging words. You can frame them as pieces of art and/or daily reminders. You can find the prints here on The Crafted Life.
With days and nights getting colder I like to cozy up my home and add decorating touches to make it cozy and welcoming. I also like simple DIY projects that I can do with my toddler son, making puppets from chestnuts for example. Here are a few projects that I found online which will get you in fall spirit. At the bottom of this post you can find links to the source which is where you can find more information and instructions. Note: this is a repost from last year – as autumn here I thought that it might be interesting for those who have not seen these diy projects yet.