DIY Felt Phone Sleeve

All those extra fabric, extra felt you have around that are excess from your previous projects, you can use them. This does not only allow you to minimize trash, you also create something out of nothing. You can make some like credit card holder, calling card organizer, bag holder, or a phone sleeve. Inspired enough? Let’s get started then.

DIY Felt Phone Sleeve

Read more at Scissors and Sage.

There are a lot of things you can make with felt. You just need some basic sewing skills and you’re good to go.

If you want to learn how to sew, we recommend this book. Or, you can learn through an online class.

The Sewing Book An Encyclopedic Resource of Step-by-Step Techniques

Homemade Glitter Play Dough

Kids love playdough. But, we all know that they dry out easily. Making them at your home is quite easy and the materials are inexpensive you so can make a couple of batches. This would be a nice activitity if you are having a party or some children over. This can be a lot of fun not just for kids but for adults as well.

Homemade Glitter Play Dough

Directions is at A Bubbly Life.

This would make a lovely party favor for your child’s birthday party. Add some glitter to your play dough for a more sparkly entertainment.

Play-Doh Case of Colors

Handy I Spy Bag

When you have children, you know it can really be challenging to bring them to church. But we would like to bring them anyhow. For a family, worshiping together is really important. And you know that when church starts, you can’t keep kids to stay in place for so long. If you want them to keep quiet, you can give hem toys to keep them entertained. Toys that are not so obvious to other church goers.

Handy I Spy Bag

Check out Handmade in the Heartland.

For sure, there are pencil cases lying around so you won’t have to buy a new one. Add small items and poly-pellets and you’ll have a handy toy for your kids on your next church visit.

Pink Zippered Pencil Pouch Case with Clear Window

 

DIY Colored Clothespins

Clothespins are more than just clips for hanging your wet laundries. They are pretty materials to be used for your crafting projects as well. But most of these clothespins are rather plain-looking. Sure you can buy those that have dainty or more interesting designs but you will agree that they are expensive. Well, you can make clothespins prettier for your project.

DIY Colored Clothespins
Full details is at Lavender’s Blue Designs.

These colored tapes sure make the clothespins more colorful. If you want to make them look even more fun, you can use washi tapes. We are soo in love with these.

AllyDrew Spring Fling Japanese Masking Tape Washi Tape