Toilet Paper Roll Bunny Craft

by Dinah Wulf

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Mia and I recently read a book together that was about a pink bunny. She loved that book from school and so when I asked her what she wanted to make she said none other than… a pink bunny! It worked out great too because it’s spring time and this would make the perfect Toilet Paper Roll Bunny Craft for Easter.

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Toilet Paper Rolls
  • Scrap paper
  • Wiggly eyes
  • Glue stick
  • Pompom
  • Scissors
  • Pink craft paint
  • Paint brush

First, I had Mia paint the toilet paper rolls pink. Anytime I ask her to paint something she gets so excited.

Toilet Paper Roll Bunny

While she painted I cut out some eyes, nose, whiskers, ears, and feet shapes for our bunny all out of scrap paper I keep in a bin. Mia picked a pretty pattern for the ears and feet which I thought were a great idea.

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I cut two slits in the top of a toilet paper roll and she added glue with a glue stick and slipped them into the slots.

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She also glued the bunny face and wiggly eyes together with a glue stick.

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We put it all together and added a pompom in the back for a tail!

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More fun Easter craft ideas:

Easter Egg Clothespin Craft for Kids

by Dinah Wulf

Easter Egg Clothespin Craft

The other day, Mia and I were playing with all the clothespin crafts we made and she suggested making an Easter one. I know I know… she’s way ahead of schedule because of me! We ended up using some old stickers we had to make our Easter Egg Clothespin Craft.

Materials:

  • Clothespins
  • Egg stickers (or paper and markers)
  • Card stock
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Felt Craft Bird (optional)

First, I had her pick some paper scraps and place the Easter Egg stickers on them.  I cut them out with scissors. Some I left with a little boarder. If you have older kids, they can cut them out themselves.

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Next I cut them down the center in a zig-zag to appear cracked.

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We glued them onto our clothespins.

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Easter Egg Clothespin Craft for Kids

Mia said we needed a baby chick in the egg so I grabbed some craft felt birds that I got in the dollar bin at a craft store. I have used them before in this Recycled Book Heart Garland and these little red Solo Cup Easter baskets. We glued it to the other side of the clothespin so that it looked like it was perched inside of the egg.

Easter Egg Clothespin Craft

Aren’t they adorable? Mia just loves them. She has played with them so many times that she broke a few but they are so quick and easy to make we just made some more!

Easy Clothespin Craft for Preschoolers

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Tips for Making DIY Moss Eggs

by Dinah Wulf

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OK, so this project is easy, BUT I realized that after making a few of these, there are some tips to consider when making these moss eggs because it’s messy and at times a little frustrating because the moss sticks to your hands. So, here are my tips for turning these ordinary plastic eggs into moss eggs.

DIY Moss Eggs

Materials:

  • Plastic Easter Eggs
  • White Glue
  • Foam Brush
  • Moss

So this seems pretty self-explanatory to make, and they are, but with these tips it’ll definitely make this project a little simpler.

Tip #1: Glue the plastic eggs together. You don’t have to wait for them to dry, but if you do not glue them together, they may come a part as you are putting the moss on.

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Tips #2: Take the time to separate and dismantle and large chunks of moss. Break each piece into small bits and remove and dried leaves or sticks as you go.

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Tip #3: Be generous with the glue. Place a lot of glue on the egg, then when applying the moss, grab more than what seems necessary. This will help keep the glue from getting on your hands, preventing any debris from sticking to you.

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Tip #4: Now that you applied more moss than needed, allow the eggs to dry completely. You can trim the excess moss off afterwards.

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Hopefully these tips will help you from making the mistakes I made when making these. They are super quick, inexpensive, and easy and a great way to upcycle a plain plastic Easter egg!

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More Easter Ideas:

DIY Moss Eggs from Plastic Eggs

How to Hollow Out an Egg

by Dinah Wulf

How to Hollow Out an Egg

I always wanted to know how to hollow out an egg and I finally took the time to try it out. I want to use them for various Easter projects coming up.  It was a lot easier than I thought.  I sort of guessed on how to do it based on methods I’ve seen in the past. I’m sure there are several variations, but this is how I hollowed out an egg.

Materials:

  • Eggs
  • Nail
  • Bowl
  • Soap and Water

Instructions:

Step One:

I found that a nail worked the best.  I also tried using a straight pin and a paper clip but they were both too flimsy. Using a nail, gently poke a whole into one end of the egg.

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Step Two:

Poke another hole in the other side. I made the hole on the larger side of the egg a little bit bigger than the smaller side so it was easier to blow out the yolk.

 

Step Three:

Blow through the egg from the smaller hole into a bowl.  You may have to break the yolk with a long needle; however I did not have to do that.

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Step Four:

Wash the egg with soap and water and allow it to dry thoroughly.

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Don’t forget to cook and eat the egg in the bowl so you don’t waste it! I will use my eggs to decorate for Easter.  I’m thinking I may try some gold gilding with them. Stay tuned!

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Mini Plastic Cup DIY Easter Baskets

by Dinah Wulf

DIY Mini Easter Baskets

I have to say, these mini plastic cup DIY Easter baskets are one of my most favorite Easter crafts I have done so far! I used the infamous red Solo cups that were left over from an event that I had at my Couples Olympics party.

Here is what you’ll need:

  • One plastic cup basket per basket
  • Scissors
  • Mod Podge
  • Foam brush
  • Twine
  • Ribbon or pre-made bows

Instructions:                                 

Step One:

First cup your plastic cup to the desired depth. I used a pair of fantastic scissors, the Fiskar’s amplify scissors. They just made cutting so much cleaner and smoother.

Plastic Cup Mini Easter Baskets

Step Two:

Next cut three pieces of twine for the handle. Use Mod Podge to dipp the ends and glue it to your cup. I positioned it close to the bottom. Allow it to harden a little. I made several baskets so I prepped the rest of my materials as I waited for the glue to dry.

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Step Three:

Next, braid your handle and glue the other side.  It will look like this.

DIY Easter Baskets

Step Four:

Since I was making several baskets, again I did steps 1-3 to wait for the glue to dry. Once the handle glue is slightly dry, brush on a generous amount of Mod Podge around the entire outside of the cup. Wrap the twine around the cup starting at the base.

DIY SOLO Plastic Cup Mini Easter Baskets

Step Five:

Once you reach the end, seal the tip with Mod Podge, ideally at the base of the handle for a clean look. I added little craft bows with more Mod Podge.

Plastic Cup Mini Easter Baskets DIY

Step Six:

Lastly, fill your Easter baskets with grass and Easter chocolates! I filled mine with chocolate foiled eggs. I also added a little pink felt bird that I glued onto a toothpick because I thought it was so darn cute!

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Here are a couple more pictures! I hope you try it out. 

Upcycled Plastic Cup Mini Easter Baskets

SOLO Cup Mini Easter Baskets

Plastic Cups turned Mini Easter Baskets

Ribbon Craft Flower Arrangement

by Dinah Wulf

Ribbon Craft Flower Arrangement

I was lucky enough to attend CHA this year again, including an exclusive Blogger party where we got to mingle with some amazing brands and learn about some new products. One of the products I received were these cute pull ribbon flowers from Little B. When I pulled them out of the container, I knew immediately what I was going to make… a ribbon craft flower arrangement with real branches from my backyard.

Materials:

These flowers are addicting to make! They are so easy and so fun. I counted ten scallops across and cut. Fold it in half as shown.

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Look for the ends of each string and pull. You will see the flower naturally form.

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Tie the two strings together in a knot.  Make sure to pull the string taught as you go to get the knot as close to the flower as possible. Cut the excess string close to the knot.

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Aren’t they pretty? I decided to make my blooms on my tree pink and yellow, which will be great for both Valentine’s Day and springtime.

Flowers made out of ribbon

I found this branch in my backyard, which was perfect for this project. I soaked it in water and then let it dry overnight.

Ribbon Flower Arrangement

I originally tried to attach the flowers with decorative Washi tape. It worked, but it was a little hard to keep the flowers on, and you couldn’t see the tape anyway. So, a reverted to using a hot glue gun which cut the time in half and made it SO much easier.

DIY Craft Flowers

Here are a couple after photos. Love it Looks great in my Patron bottle vase!

Ribbon Craft Flowers

Craft Flowers on Natural Branches

More Valentine’s Day Inspiration:

Printables:

Valentine Decor:

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Jelly Bean Martini Recipe

by Dinah Wulf

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Today, my friend and cocktail expert, David Edessa is sharing a sweet and tasty Jelly Bean Martini Recipe.

Written by: David Edessa

Ingredients:

  • 3 oz. Jelly Bean Infused Vodka (recipe below)
  • 1 oz. Triple Sec
  • ½ oz. Sparkling Wine Brut
  • 1 lemon wedge
  • Cocktail Shaker

Glass Preparation:

Add sugar along the rim of the martini glass. To do this, place blue curacao (blue), grenadine (red), or lime juice (white) on a flat plate (depending on the color of the rim you wish to create) then dip the glass into the liquid to wet the rim. Place powdered sugar on a flat plate or surface then rim the wet rim glass into sugar and coat the rim. Place rimmed prepared martini glasses in the freezer to chill.

Instructions:

Put all liquid ingredients and squeeze a lemon wedge into a cocktail shaker half filled with ice and shake vigorously and strain into chilled prepped martini glasses. Float on top of glass the sparkling wine.

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Jelly Bean Infusion Instructions:

Ingredients:

  • 750ml bottle of vodka or rhum
  • 16 oz. of jelly beans
  • Glass jar
  • Fine mesh sieve

To create jelly bean-infused vodka, place 750mL bottle of vodka and 16 oz. of jelly beans in a glass jar for about 48 hours and shake throughout the day. Strain using a fine mesh sieve. Use one color of jelly beans for best results. Also, a great alternative to vodka is rhum. For a different flavor you can try vanilla flavored vodka or rhum.

{See more Easter Themed Cocktail Recipes by David}

No Sew Easter Kitchen Towel

by Dinah Wulf

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I have become obsessed with making festive holiday themed kitchen towels! Recently, I made a Valentine’s Day kitchen towel and a St. Patrick’s Day kitchen towel, so I thought I’d keep it up and make a No Sew Easter Kitchen Towel too! I went back to Jo-Ann Fabrics to see if I could find some patterns I like to make my own.  I made a few changes since the last time. Here is how I made it.

Materials:

  • Plain kitchen towels
  • Fabric of choice
  • Permanent Fabric tape
  • Ironing board
  • Iron
  • Spray Starch
  • Yardstick
  • Scissors

I found two pastel patterns that I really liked and thought looked nice together for Easter and Spring time. The fabric quarters were again great for this project.

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I also had these kitchen towels from the other kitchen towels I made. I washed them in the washing machine and dried them before I started.

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I cut out my fabric in strips.  They don’t have to be perfect as far as width goes.  That’s the beauty of making your own! I also ironed them to make it easier to align them on my towel.  I used spray starch as well.

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Next I cut the permanent fabric tape and aligned it onto the towel.  It was a little tasking to remove the peel off sticker, but it all worked out. I found this way to be much easier than using the fusible web.  It seems to stick better too and is also much quicker! Here’s the AFTER!  

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This would make a great hostess gift.  You can make them in so many different patterns and colors to fit any style or holiday.

 

Spray Painted Birdcage

by Dinah Wulf

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I bought this birdcage on sale around Halloween time at Michael’s.  I used it once during Halloween for a spooky skull display. It’s been sitting at the bottom of my craft closet ever since then collecting dust. I like it but the color was to dark and dreary so I decided to paint it a more vibrant color for spring time and use it for my Easter decorations. Here is my Spray Painted Birdcage.

Materials:

  • Birdcage
  • Spray primer
  • Spray paint in color of choice

Here is the birdcage BEFORE. Pretty, but drab.

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Since it was so dark I used one coat of spray primer. A good tip is to use primer anytime you are going dark to light. When spray painting, make sure you do it in a well-ventilated area and protect all the surfaces around it.

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I chose a pretty bright green color. I used two coats. Much better!!!

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I used it on my mantel with some fake blue paper grass and some colorful Easter eggs. It adds the perfect amount of color!

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The great thing about it is that if I get tired of the green, I can always change it! With a little spray paint, you can transform almost anything!

Here are a few more of my favorite spray painted projects in case you missed them:

DIY Spring Bunting and Gift Box Set

by Dinah Wulf

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A couple months ago I had the honor of attending an exclusive FaveCrafts Networking event party at the Craft and Hobby Association (CHA) Mega Show . One of the brands I got to meet was Krylon. At the event, we were given a Krylon Mystery Box Challenge for CHA Spring Fling. Inside the Mystery Box were six craft items. The items were: 1) a DIY bird house, 2) a small grapevine wreath, 3) a small circular box, 4) 6 canvas pennants, 5) 6 small clothespins, and 6) 3 small corks. Our challenge was to use a minimum of four of the six elements and create a unique craft project. I decided to make a DIY Spring Bunting and Gift Box Set using the wreath, box, pennants, and clothespins.

Here are the contents of the Mystery Box.

Krylon Mystery Box

Another part of the challenge was that we got to pick between two color pallets of Krylon spray paint to use with our project. I chose Pallet #1 which was 1) Color Master Mambo Pink, 2) Color Master Citrus Green, 3) Green Shimmer Metallic, and 4) Natural Stone in Limestone.

Krylon CHA Spring Fling

I decided to spray paint the inside of the box Citrus Green and the outside Natural Stone and I also spray painted the canvas pennants Mambo Pink.  They turned out great! I then stenciled “spring” onto the pennants to make a spring bunting.

Once my spring bunting was dry, I used ribbon to tie them together.

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Here is the AFTER of the bunting.

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For the box, I hot glued the grapevine wreath onto the top of the lid to look like a nest and then glued Styrofoam eggs inside as well.

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For the fourth element, I glued a clothespin on top to hold a little gift tag.

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Here is the AFTER of the gift box.

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OK, One more BEFORE and AFTER :)

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The banner fit nicely inside…OK so I stood it up for the picture, but it fit perfectly!

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Here is another BEFORE and AFTER of the final project!

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I hope you enjoyed my DIY Spring Bunting and Gift Box Set! I had SO much fun doing this! Who wants to send me another Mystery Box???!!! Thank you to Krylon for sponsoring this challenge!

Easy Duck Tape and Washi Tape Treat Bags

by Dinah Wulf

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You’re going to think I’m crazy, but I couldn’t help it. The other day, a few moms at my daughter’s school arranged a big playdate for about a dozen kids at a local park.  I had about 15 minutes before I had to leave my house to meet.  I decided to bring some treats for the kids and in a few minutes I ended up making these easy Duck Tape and Washi tape treat bags.

Being the DIY’er, Crafter, and Party Planner that I am I already had these supplies handy.  I took out a dozen plastic treat bags, some Duck Tape and some Washi tape.

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Since I only had a short time, I decorated the bags by adding the tape and folding over each side.  They weren’t perfect by any means!

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I put pink Washi tape on the bottom, heart patterned Duck Tape that I won at CHA in the middle, and blue Washi tape on the top.

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I filled them with some SweetWorks Valentine’s treats that I had, closed the top with more Washi tape and we were out the door.

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When I arrived at the play date, of course I had to get permission from the other moms to give their kids a bag of candy just a couple hours before dinner. Luckily, these small gifts were well received.  These were SO quick and easy to make, I thought about making them for future parties.  It’d be easy to change up the colors and patterns to fit any party theme or holiday.

More Valentine’s Day Inspiration:

 

Vintage Themed Baby Shower Decorations

by Dinah Wulf

I have been working on this vintage themed baby shower that I have coming up for a friend and I just wanted to share a couple of the decoration ideas I have already started. You know how I love upcycling so I started saving sauce and dressing jars to use as flower vases. I also had some fun vintage inspired baby fabric from my swag bag from the SoCal Social event I went to last year… I knew it would eventually come in handy!

Here are the materials I used:

  • Recycled Jars and Bottles
  • Fabric
  • Lace ribbon
  • Ribbon
  • Paper Craft Flowers
  • Burlap
  • Pearl Ribbon
  • Hot Glue
  • Double sided tape

Here are a couple more pictures.  I will use them for the flower arrangements for the shower.

I also used the scrap fabric to make a banner.  My daughter, Mia helped with this one! I cut all the fabric I had into strips.

I also cut a few pieces of left over lace ribbon.

One by one I tied on each strip, alternating the colors and patterns to some rope that I had left over from some thrift store rope vases I made a long time ago.

It turned out so cute!

I can’t wait to show you the shower.  It’s coming up soon!  I’m never sure exactly how things will turn out until the day of the event but I know I am using some things I already have for decorations like vintage suitcases, antique books, vintage handkerchiefs and baby books I bought while antique shopping, and some other things! Until then!

UPDATE! Here are some more fun decorations I made!  Oh! And also some free Vintage inspired printables!

Cardboard Box Photo Booth

by Dinah Wulf

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I know Easter is officially over (hope you had a great one!), but I wanted to share this fantastic Cardboard Box Photo Booth idea from a friend of mine.  This is such a great upcycle and it’s perfect for any party, especially for kids.

My friend had a box from a large flat screen TV which was the perfect size for a photo booth for small children.  She saved it and realized that she could make a two sided photo booth for an upcoming spring party she was planning.  The larger the box, the better, of course!  She cut out one side, and covered the entire box in white paper.

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On one side, painted an Easter theme with a bunny, egg tree, grass, and Easter eggs and cut out holes for your head in the shape of a balloon and an Easter egg.  She painted more Easter eggs and glued them on to add dimension.

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On the other side, she cut out two sections and used two picture frames as a border.  She decorated it with bows and pinwheels from the dollar store.

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The party guests had a great time posing for pictures.

This Cardboard Box Photo Booth could go with any type of theme party, the possibilities are endless!  Consider draping it with material, covering it with patterned gift wrap, or painting it.  You can also place a box or basket of photo props like hats, boas, funny glasses, and masks.  I may have to steal this idea for my daughter’s birthday party this year!

 

Easy Easter Egg Decorating Ideas

by Dinah Wulf

Plastic Easter eggs are EVERYWHERE during this time of year.  They are probably one of the most inexpensive, if not THE most inexpensive Easter decoration you can purchase at a retail store.  You can buy an entire bag for less than a dollar!  Being the cheapskate I am, I wanted to think of some Easter egg decorating ideas, particularly with plastic Easter eggs, because, well… I’m cheap.  Here are some fun and easy ideas that you can do in a jiffy just in time for Easter this coming Sunday!

Make a plastic Egg Garland.

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Unsnap each plastic egg and snap them back together around a ribbon to create your own Easter egg garland in minutes.  Hang it on a mirror, on your mantel, or use larger ones and drape them on your stair railing.

Embellish them with ribbon.

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Using some glue, ribbon, and rhinestones turn rather drab store bought eggs to fab store bought eggs that you can take out and use again next year.

Make a wreath.

Plastic Egg Yarn Wreath

Talk about a complete transformation!  Cover them in yarn and make a yarn Egg Wreath just like this whimsical one from The Sweet Survival.  I love how she used both small and large eggs.

Display them in glass jars.

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Gather similar color hues and display them in apothecary jars or vases.  Don’t be afraid to mix them up with natural glass fillers to match your décor.

Add your own artwork.

Sharpie plastic eggs

I may have saved the best for last!  Alisa Burke, took an ordinary plastic egg and used Sharpies to decorate her eggs. Mix the tops and bottoms when your done for a fun look!

Before you go, check out this 2 minute tutorial for a spring address wreath I made for Joann Fabrics!

 

Arrowhead Holiday Water Bottles

by Dinah Wulf

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Did you know about Arrowhead® 100% Mountain Spring Water’s ReBorn™ Bottle made with 50% recycled plastic? By recycling more, you’re helping us get closer to our goal of making our 500mL ReBorn™ bottles with 100% recycled plastic! This isn’t Arrowhead’s first environmental initiative. And it won’t be our last. In fact, Arrowhead has a long history of treating Mother Nature right.

  1. The new Reborn bottle material that can be recycled again and again, so there is no end to its usefulness.
  2. Arrowhead preserves and protects their carefully selected natural spring sources (and acres surrounding them) to sustainable sourcing of our waters
  3. Arrowhead uses LEED certified facilities to utilizing wind turbines for renewable energy
  4. Arrowhead is constantly improving packaging

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Join Arrowhead Mountain Spring Water in the recycling movement today!

I am so excited to have partnered up with Arrowhead in this recycling movement.  I wanted to share some creative ways to use plastic water bottles.  I had made this pineapple candy holder to give away as a gift but with St. Patrick’s Day and Easter coming up, thought I’d make some cute water labels for the get-togethers I’ll be attending.

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Arrowhead® 100% Mountain Spring Water’s ReBorn™ Bottle
  • Scrapbook paper
  • Ribbon
  • Holiday stickers
  • Circle craft punch
  • Tape or glue

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I cut 9”X1.5” strips of paper or ribbon to fit around the Arrowhead bottle label and used tape to secure it.  I embellished the bottle with stickers and used circle craft punches for the medallion in the center.  These are inexpensive and easy to make and will add a little extra fun and personality to your St. Patrick’s Day and Easter get-together.

Join me and show your support for Arrowhead’s recycling efforts!  

A big THANK YOU to Arrowhead for sponsoring today’s post!

 

Recycled Pringles Can Gift Kits

by Dinah Wulf

I have seen a few Pringles can cookie tins on Pinterest.  They are cleverly wrapped and hold the perfect sized cookie.  I’ve seen them wrapped with Christmas paper complete with a bow and I’ve seen them wrapped like a Mummy for Halloween.   These lovely ideas inspired me to create these Recycled Pringles Can Gift Kits with a “pull me” tag and ribbon.  The long vertical shape is perfect for this.

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Here are the cans I used.

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I made these nail kits for a teenage girl is four easy steps.

STEP 1: Choose your gift.

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STEP 2: Make a “pull me” tag.

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STEP 3: Tie all your gifts together with ribbon.

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STEP 4: Insert them into your decorated Pringles can.

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Other Gift Kit Ideas:

  • Sushi Theme- chopsticks, sushi mat, soy sauce dish, packet of soy sauce, instructions on how to make sushi
  • Movie Theme- different types of candy and movie tickets
  • Spa Time Theme – loafa, travel sized soaps, bubble bath, bath wash, foot scrub, sponge
  • Tool Kit – screw drivers, nails, other tools
  • Sewing Kit – needles, thread, scissors, buttons
  • Makeup Kit – brushes and makeup
  • Creative Kit for Kids – crayons, markers, paints, brushes, stickers
  • Travel Theme – travel sized toiletries, tooth brushes
  • Puzzles – puzzle pieces and a photo of the completed puzzle
  • Bachelorette/Bachelor Party Kit- small liquor bottles, shot glass, cards, vail, sash, temporary tattoos, fun straws, games, etc.
  • Fourth of July- fill it with sparklers, snaps, matches
  • General- fill it with holiday themed candy and decorate accordingly

Here are some more fun trash to treasure ideas and tutorials!

What else can you do with a Pringles Can???

 

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