Leave the cooking, barbecue, and beers to the adults this Fourth of July. As for the kids, it would be ideal to plan some activities for them to do. Most of the time, they will likely be running around playing with other kids. So, to make their games more fun, make them a patriotic ribbon wand. It will make their activities more interesting and it will add color and nice ambiance to the celebration.
Want to jump start your 4th of July holiday? Start decorating! This weekend, make a craft that will make anyone feel welcome inside your home. Display a patriotic wreath outside your door. Make it more special by crocheting your own.
You can find the full tutorial at Petals to Picots.
There are more than just the red, white, and blue, the fireworks, and the food without Fourth of July celebration. But as we celebrate our Independence Day, we want it to be as festive as we can and to make us remember why we are celebrating this occasion, especially with the decorations. So to give you that patriotic ambiance, you can have these luminaries in your walkway to the porch, or around the house.
Print this out at Easy Paper Crafts.
Hey, it’s almost Father’s Day and you haven’t bought something yet? If you are scrambling for gift ideas that you can give to the man of your life, something that will let him know how special he is, something handmade always does the trick…. Like a Father’s Day framed art. You can make it with things you can find at your home.
Learn the simple process at Lia Griffith.
There’s nothing like a gift you made yourself. But if you don’t have the luxury of time to make one, you can always give them a gift that you know they’ll love… Like tablet for a techie dad or a camera if your father loves to travel. Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there. You are all awesome!