DIY Summer Sign

DIY-Summer-Sign

Hi friends - Happy Summer!  The weather is warming up, and it's time to start lightening up all your decor for Summer if you haven't already.  Today I'm sharing this fun DIY Summer Sign. I was inspired to make this sign after making some custom printables for a Summer giveaway that is currently happening here on SNAP & my site The Crafted Sparrow, plus 13 other amazing blogs.  I loved the cute little printables I made so much I wanted to incorporate a larger version of one of them in to my Summer decor. Supplies: -  Wood slatted sign from HERE (they are my favorite), they also come in … [Read more...]

Painted Mason Jar Succulent Planter

Painted Mason Jars With Succulents

Hey there, Snappy peeps! It's Jessica from Mom 4 Real back to share another fun home decor idea! I am absolutely in love with succulents right now...who isn't? Every time I see one, I just want to buy it and take it home. Well, last week, I was shopping at The Home Depot for our patio when I bumped into a whole display of those cute little succulents and tried to justify buying a few. I knew they would make the perfect addition to my office, so I grabbed them up and brought them home! Here is the fun part! So, I got home and realized that I didn't really know what I wanted to plant my … [Read more...]

End of School Award Ribbons

DIY End of School Ribbon Awards

Hello, friends! Michele from The Scrap Shoppe here with a fun end of the school year activity that the kiddos are going to love! Students have had 10 months to get to know one another, and a sure bet is they think they know their classmates pretty well. A fun group activity for them is to let them select end of the year awards for one another! As the teacher or room parent you can pre-select awards that apply to your classroom then the students can vote on who should receive each award! And as for the award itself? Why not make a fun paper ribbon award that doubles as a fun keepsake for the … [Read more...]

Silhouette Memory Board

Learn how to create your own silhouette memory board

Hello SNAP! Friends!   It's Ariean from One Krieger Chick here sharing how to make a Silhouette Memory Board...The perfect late gift for Mother's Day (I may be the only one who's a little late on the handmade gifts) or an end of the school year keepsake of a child's silhouette.  Either way, it is so much easier to create than you imagine... Let's get started, shall we? For this project, I used:  (silhouette template, 12 inch pine board, white wash stain, black paint and/or chalkboard paint, pencil, and paintbrushes.  Not pictured: old washcloth or rag and a chalk marker) Staining the Wood: … [Read more...]

Mother’s Day Craft – Wooden Flower Bouquet

grandmother gift mother's day flowers craft

Mother's Day is less than a week away - are you ready?!  If not, no worries - I have a fun and simple Mother's Day craft for you today.  Just a quick "hi", I'm Mandy and I blog at SugarBeeCrafts.com, where fun and simple are my kind of projects! With just a few supplies, you can create a fun Wooden Flower Bouquet that will stay bright and cheerful season upon season.  And you can even involve the kiddos!  This is a perfect Grandmother gift - to showcase all her amazing grandchildren. You'll need: --vase or small bucket (mine was in the summer section of the craft store), with … [Read more...]

Mason Jar Thank You Gift

Mason Jar Teacher Gift H

{scroll down for printable download} Today I am over at Skip to My Lou sharing this fun Mason Jar thank you gift idea for teacher. Don't miss all of the awesome Teacher Appreciation Ideas over on Skip to My Lou. You can follow along each day for the next little while to get loads of teacher appreciation gift ideas! Teacher Appreciation Giveaway As part of the series I get to share this fabulous: Show your Appreciation Giveaway {1 for you and 1 for your favorite teacher}! One lucky winner and their favorite teacher will receive... 2 Michaels gift cards $500 each, you read … [Read more...]

Bananagram Teacher Appreciation

Bananagrams for Teacher Appreciation + a free printable!

Teacher appreciation officially kicks off on May 5th. Though you don't really need a special day to tell your teacher how much they are appreciated, this is the beginning of a fun week for Teachers. After all they do, I think it's awesome there is entire week dedicated to them. I homeschool my 3 kids, so I'm expecting them to come up with something great. Kidding of course! But, I have an adorable idea that I think teachers would love to receive.  Have you ever played Bananagrams? It's a word play game using anagrams. It's super fun! Your teacher can take it home or leave it in the classroom … [Read more...]

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...]