Cute and Easy Anna & Elsa Crochet Hats

It’s no secret that making your own crafts, accessories, or any projects save you money. They made a lovely personalized gift. Most of the time, you are also guaranteed that you made a one-of-a-kind creation, especially making a custom-made gift for kids. And since we have a feeling that the Frozen fever is here to stay for a while, these Anna and Elsa crochet hats are projects that you can do. You’ll have the perfect Christmas present for your daughter, younger sister, or niece .

DIY Anna & Elsa Crochet Hats

Find out how to make it at Rick a Bam Boo.

If you are new to crocheting, don’t be intimidated. You can get started easily with the help of this book. Enroll in an online class as well.

101 Crochet Projects

Holiday Decor – Painted Honeycomb Balls

Decorating your home for Christmas doesn’t have to be expensive. It doesn’t have to be elaborate as well. You just have to find the right materials and you can have a simple and elegant Christmas look for your home that has that lasting and festive effect. Just like they say, little is more. Just like this lovely craft.

Holiday Decor - Painted Honeycomb Balls

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Have you started decorating for the holidays already? Grab some honeycomb balls and acrylic paint and start crafting.


DIY Crochet Mittens

Whether they are already pile of snow outside your house or not, you might already feel that it’s getting cold. Like really really cold. When you go outside, you need to keep your hands warm with a hand warmer or mittens! And we believe that the cutest ones are always that ones you made yourself. You can make fashionable, stylish and practical fingerless mittens for this winter.

DIY Crochet Mittens

Learn how at All About Ami.

These are really cozy mittens and we are excited to make one of these. This textured yarn seems to be the perfect yarn for the job. Grab your crochet kit and let’s start crocheting.

Crochet Kit

Thanksgiving Craft – Stand-up Handprint Turkey

It’s almost Thanksgiving! We are looking forward to that juicy and delicious turkey. Now while you wait for it to be cooked, along with other food on your table, you might want to make some crafts with your kids first. And what would be more fitting than a turkey craft. A stand-up handprint turkey craft.

Thanksgiving Craft - Stand-up Handprint Turkey

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I remember making turkey hand crafts as a kid and it’s super fun! We used paints and it can get really messy. If you want less of that, you can use papers instead, glue and some googly eyes. The finished craft will then be a nice conversation starter during your meal.

Acrylic Paint