This past week I have been posting some fun crafting and cooking ideas that I found inspirational on Pinterest. I shared them on Facebook for all of our fans to see but here they are again all in one post in case you missed them!
Glue gun some flat rocks to a round piece of felt and you have yourself your very own modern hot pad for your kettle.
Turn an old straw holder from a restaurant into a pencil dispenser! Great for classrooms, Sunday schools, or just to have around the house!
Show up to the 4th of July BBQ with this! Blueberries, watermelon and feta cheese! YUM!
Get an old frame from a garage sale, paint it to match your house, take out the glass and backing, add some hooks and BAM! Instant key holder.
Wrap old coffee cans in rope for a very rustic yet modern bathroom toiletry holder.
It’s the Cat in the Hat and he knows a lot about that! Love this snack for a Dr. Seuss birthday party! Get Switch out the white frosting in between the life savers for some blue frosting and you have yourself an Uncle Sam hat for the 4th of July!
Get some molding from the hardware store, paint it to match your room and then screw it to your wall for a fabulous show rack so that you can always stare at your impressive collection of heels.
Get a magnet board or make your own magnet board (if you’re even more creative), and then place magnetic strips on the scrabble pieces so that you can have a constant words with friends battle in your home!
What is the oddest thing you’ve ever received in the mail? How about a shoe! Try sending out your summer pool party invitations on a flip flop this year!!
Another fun 4th of July treat! Cut ice cream sandwiches in half, place on popsicle stick and roll in red, white, and blue sprinkles. So cute!
Don’t have a use for your kid’s old baby or toddler mattress? Turn it into a love seat just by wrapping it in some elegant fabric, tossing on some throw pillows, and placing it atop some storage containers.
Hope you enjoyed the fun projects we found this week and we look forward to hearing from those of you who have or will be trying these great crafts!
Happy 4th of July!!