Spruce Up Your Entry Way For Spring

Spruce up your Entryway for Spring

Hey, hey Snappy peeps!  It's Jessica from Mom 4 Real back to share another fun, colorful project!  I am sooooo ready for better weather...hasn't this been the longest winter ever? I've been adding springy touches all over our home, but when I walked in our front door the other day, I realized that the first impression of our home was just blah.  So, I decided to do a spring spruce up in our entry  way! I mean, just look at this mess...dead wreath on the door from Christmas (shameful), dead leaves floating across the floor, a basket full of flip flops and boots (which makes no sense at … [Read more...]

Simple & Fun Colored Pencil Teacher Gift

Cute and Simple Colored Pencil Teacher Gift with free printable

Hi there! Michele here from The Scrap Shoppe back today with a simple and fun teacher appreciation gift idea. I love giving our teachers something special at the end of the school year to let them know they are appreciated. I also try to make the gift thoughtful and something they may be able to use. I think these glittery pastel colored pencils make for a very fun gift that look cute to boot!   You can find this specific colored pencil set at Target, but any colored pencils will work. You also need coordinating washi tape, a bit of twine, and the Color My World printable I made … [Read more...]

Upcycled Dishtowel Apron

How to make an upcycled dishtowel apron for kids

Hi SNAP readers!  It is Crystal here, from Stitched by Crystal, and I have a quick and easy upcycle project to share with you today! My kids love to help out in the kitchen, so I made this simple apron for them to wear while we bake! It is the perfect size for little girls or boys and would be fun for helping out in the kitchen or would make a fun accessory for a play kitchen. To make this apron, all you need is an old (or new) dishtowel and 1/8 yard of fabric.  You can even add some fun trims or embellishments if you wanted get creative! So…Let’s make an apron! Get your dish … [Read more...]

Pom Pom Pillowcase Dress

Make Your Own Pom Pom Pillowcase Dress

Hi Everyone! I'm Mandy and I blog over at SugarBeeCrafts.com (come stop by sometime!).  If you've been on my blog before, you might already know my favorite thing to upcycle - sheets!  I can't get enough of them - you get such a large amount of fabric for so so cheap.  An aspect of that is pillowcases - so thrifty, and they can be turned into super cute tunics and dresses.  It's my favorite upcycle of all time, so I'm here today to share my latest upcycle of a Pom Pom Pillowcase Dress. If you are intimidated by sewing projects, this is the perfect start for you!  Pillowcases can be found … [Read more...]

Monogram Painted Eggs

Make it yourself - Monogram painted eggs

Hi Friends! It's Ariean from OneKriegerChick here to share a super-simple way to create Monogrammed Eggs for your Easter or Spring decor. Did you know I have chickens? Yep, sure do.  Which means I have an abundance of beautiful brown and pinkish eggs. I'm not sure if you have ever tried to color farm eggs, but they don't produce the same result as the white eggs from the grocery store.  Since I have so many, it's silly for me to purchase white eggs just to color for Easter. Farm eggs can be just as beautiful (or more so)... What you'll need... Eggs, poking tool, toothpick, bowl … [Read more...]

Easter Favor Printable Tags

Some Bunny Loves You Printable Tags

Hi friends!  I love putting together fun treats for my kiddos that are themed around certain holidays, Easter happens to be one of them.  Today I'm sharing these cute Easter Favor Printable Tags.  These tags are perfect for small favors and can even be printed larger for those awesome Easter baskets the kids get. Today I'm going to show you the small Easter favors I made to go with my printable tags as well.  Here is what you will need: - small terracotta pots - Americana acrylic paint (sea breeze) - foam brush - bakers twine - basket filler - small plastic candy carrots … [Read more...]

Planning a Neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt, Plus a Free Printable Invitation

Darling free printable Easter Egg Hunt Invitation

Are you in charge of planning an Easter Egg hunt for your neighborhood this year? Perhaps your neighborhood doesn't have an Easter Egg Hunt, but you'd like to start one? Here are a few tips on planning a stress-free neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt. 1) Choose a date, time, and location 2) Invitations I've created this colorful invitation to make your job a little easier. CLICK HERE to download this FREE printable Easter Egg Hunt party invitation. There are two 5" x 7" invitations per sheet. The invitations come blank (as shown above). You will need to add your own text. For a more … [Read more...]

Carrot Inspired Easter Mason Jars

Carrot Inspired Mason Jar

Hi SNAP friends! Kimberly from A Night Owl here, and I'm so excited to be back with you today sharing another fun holiday craft! Last month I shared Lucky Succulents for St. Patrick's Day. This time around we're moving on to Spring and Easter decor! Can you believe it's almost April already? Whether or not you're basking in warm sunshine or covered in snow, it's time for us to Spring forward with bright crafts and decor. I know it's not a new theme, but I have to say that I am obsessed with carrots this year! I think everything in our house is going to be covered in orange and green paint. … [Read more...]

April Fool’s Brown E’s

April Fool's Day Brown E's - such a fun and easy prank!

Hi, Krisha back from Jacks & Kate to share with you this super easy April Fool's prank. Now, if you're like me, I really don't put a whole lot of effort into pulling off big jokes. But still, I like to have a little fun and this  prank is perfect, because requires such little planning. So what's the big joke? A big plate of freshly baked, freshly sprinkled Brown E's (brownies)..get it? Hahahahaha! Gather your supplies: Brown cardstock Gluestick Scissors Letter E template Pencil Sprinkles Instructions: First, trace and cut your E template from the brown … [Read more...]

Turn a Lamp Shade Into a Pendant Light

Turn a Lamp Shade Into A Pendant Light

Hey Snappy peeps!  It's Jessica from Mom 4 Real, back with a another fun home decor idea!  Years ago when we moved into our home, there were ceiling fans in every single room.  I dislike them very much.  For years, I swore I would get rid of them, but instead I ended up hiding them.  The one in my breakfast nook was hidden behind a faux stain glass window that hung in the opening for years.  Well, one day, I was changing up my living room a bit and decided that the shade on one of my lamps no longer belonged in the room.  It was such a beautiful shade though, so I sat it on the table in the … [Read more...]