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Cassi
Interests: my kids, my pets, sewing, embroidery, Norah Jones, children's books, crochet, homeschool, bird watching, learning to speak Spanish, historical fiction, Bach, the internet and computers, Buddhism, art history, vintage bird figurines, used bookstores, Mexican food, fabric stores, crafting, vintage linens and dishware, organizing, gardening, weekend trips, David Sedaris, pink and brown, grammar books, Satie, old Czech wall pockets, Jack Johnson, the Sims, holidays, key lime pie, Mexican beer, swanky swigs, blue and green, flea markets, heart rocks, nature journaling, Kwan Yin, scrapbooking
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beautiful tissue paper flowers on branches via Sandra Brundell hand painted paper flowers via Oh Happy Day crepe paper and pompom flowers via Cakies tissue paper cherry tree via Pink Stripey Socks large painted flowers via Se7en crepe paper crocus... Continue reading
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This crumpled paper art at Buggy and Buddy is spectacular and the process to create it looks like a lot of fun too! Continue reading
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Happy Hooligans shares an easy paper plate flower craft that toddlers and preschoolers will love. Continue reading
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These feathers are made from tissue paper glued to shaped wire and have sparkly glitter glue details. Pysselbolaget shares this wonderful tutorial and how they can be added to tree branches to welcome spring. Continue reading
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I think these yarn and felt flower crowns are so sweet! Find out how to make them at Origami Mommy. Continue reading
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Kids and adults will love the challenge of making a nest - and probably have more appreciation for what birds have to go through! The beautiful eggs are made from clay and make such a lovely spring time display. Visit... Continue reading
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Kid Play Box shows you several different ways to experiment with sand paper in your art projects. All have beautiful results but I especially love the combination of cornstarch paint on sandpaper! Continue reading
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I am so smitten with circular weavings but have yet to give it a try. Over at Tiny Rotten Peanuts you'll find a tutorial for doing a circular weaving on a wire coat hanger. I like how it's finished by... Continue reading
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Besides being lovely wall art, this indoor herbarium at V & D is educational as well. This example was created with fall leaves but it works for any season. Dried flowers would be so pretty too! (Use Google translator if... Continue reading
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I'm really intrigued by the idea of glued layers of cardboard as a craft medium and this simple cardboard house project at Sokeen seems like a good project to get started with. I also like the painted corrugated edge detail!... Continue reading
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I love making use of the humble cereal box and this art project from Meri Cherry is a wonderful example. Gather a variety of collage materials and enjoy an artsy afternoon with the kids. Continue reading
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These noodle beads are a step up from the typical dyed ones. Alisa Burke shows how just a few painted details can take noodle beads from plain to fancy. Continue reading
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Paul & Paula shares a great way to recycle some cardboard and make these cute dolls. If you use velcro then the clothing can be switched up! Continue reading
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When is an egg not an egg? When it's one of these decorated cuties here! fruit and vegetable decorated Easter eggs via Little Inspiration octopus Easter eggs via Pysselbolaget adorable gumball machine Easter egg decoration via A Joyful Riot Easter... Continue reading
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Craftberry Bush shows you how to make these adorable vegetable treat holders with just crepe paper and glue sticks. They'd be so cute in an Easter basket or decorating your Easter table. Continue reading
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Kids will love making or receiving these yarn egg treat holders at Sugar and Charm. I think they'd make cute gifts for friends and neighbors too. Continue reading
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We Are Scout shows you how to make these watercolor Easter egg cookies that everyone will have fun decorating. This is such a great idea and you can use it for any holiday or just everyday fun! Continue reading
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I really like these egg shell mosaics that are done on the egg itself. Visit Sugar and Charm for all the details. Continue reading
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Toddler's will love this yarn bunny craft at Katie's Crochet Goodies. I think they'd make adorable Easter cards! Continue reading
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Find out how to make this bunny wall art at Leon, Not On The Walls! The same method could be used for anything you like; older kids can cut the wood, younger kids can paint, and everyone can have fun... Continue reading
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Sugar and Charm shares a free printable for the game Pin The Tail On The Bunny! Continue reading
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Do your kids like to dress up? One Crafty Place shares this really easy way to make bunny ears and a nose from a paper plate and egg carton! Continue reading
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Pysselbolaget shares how to make these adorable bunny rabbits from champagne corks. I think these would be so cute as place settings for Easter brunch. Continue reading
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Kids will get a kick out of printing paper Easter eggs with pompoms and then you can decorate with the gorgeous results! Get the details at Little Hip Squeaks. Continue reading
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Teens and tweens can get in on some Easter crafting with these origami bunnies found at Mood Kids. Continue reading