Hi! I’m so extremely sorry for not posting in almost a month! Whew! I’ve been so busy! But I know that’s not an excuse. Our house flooded from the inside so they had to take out all our floor in our rooms! That and I’ve had testing.
Also, I have a file on my iPad where i store all my blog post ideas and planning, and over Spring break it got deleted somehow! So I was very frustrated and kind of stuck for a little while!
But I’m back with a very cool and fun 3D hand! It sound weird but it’s a sort of illusion that’s really easy to draw! If you’re bored this is a cool thing to do and let time pass by! So, let’s get on with this DIY!
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Hey Guys! I know a lot of us are in Spring break or maybe your kids are! Can’t get enough of the “I’m so bored!”s? Or not yet? Whether you’re enjoying it or really bored, these fun activities will be sure to keep you busy! Download the image below and try to do as many as you can! You don’t need to travel to have fun. Are you doing anything else for Spring break? Comment below!
Hey guys! Today’s DIY is going to be Clay Coasters! And don’t worry it not expensive clay. You can buy the six pack of Crayola Model magic for only $7 at Target! This clay air-dries which means you only leave it out and don’t need to bake it or do anything special. If you would like, you could use Polymer Clay or other preferred clay. Now watch this video to see the easy steps!
And that’s it! I really hope you enjoyed learning how to make these amazing coasters. Also check out this previous post that teaches you how to make them out of popsicle sticks! This would be a great gift to make for a family member or friend. Also, let me know if there is devotional or post you want me to make soon! Anyways, until next time, bye!
Hey guys! Today I will be sharing a devotional because I haven't done one in a long time, and I feel like its one that can be very needed in times. It's about our pain becuase I know we can all go through those rough times, but who do we turn to and what do we do? Well check out this video to learn more about pain for purpose.
2 Corinithians 4:17
Prayer Box DIY
Alright so now, I'm going to show you how to make a prayer box, sometimes, when I'm stressed out, I pray to God. And what this prayer box is, is it keeps you on the right track and not distracted when your praying. I like to write, and if you do too, this will be great for you. Don't think too hard when you write, God already knows. Just talk to him as if he's your best friends.
Now, all you really need is a soap box or any cheap box, sticky notes(or a small pad of paper), and a pen! You can also add soothing scents or whatever calms you down. Here's how mine looks:
Here are some verses you can add into your box!
Anyways, I hope you enjoyed this combo of devotional and DIY! And also hope to see you later this week for another cool blog post!
You probably read the title and got really confused...but its true! I'm going to teach you how to make the easiest glue bookmarks! And they're really cute too! I'm pretty sure that at one point in your life you’ve put glue over a surface and waited for it to dry. And then satisfyingly peel it off. Today, we’re going to do a similar method and make beautiful bookmarks made by you!
1. What you’ll need
Here are the 4 things you’ll need to make your bookmark:
2. Start coloring your lid with the markers
Don't really focus on a specific design because the glue will probably mess it up so I just like to do different colors on a random pattern.
3. Squeeze the glue onto the colored surface
There's really no specific way to do it. Just pour the glue and the next step will cover it all. And you don't really need that much ;)
4. With the pencil(or other tool) evenly spread out the glue until the whole bookmark is covered
Depending on how you do it, when its done it will be kind of a marble effect! Make sure its even and smooth so it wont be uneven thickness and air bubbles.
5. Wait About 24 hours and peel it off!
6. Cut off any excess Edges
TIP: I cut the corners to make a cute shape instead of a regular rectangle.
And you're done!
Thank you so much for checking this post out! Make sure to ask me if you have any questions. And also stay tuned for an exciting blog post next week! Bye!