You can recycle old scraps of felted sweaters and fleece to create your own unique felt heart pin for Valentine’s Day. (Do you recognize the Lava Girl hot pink felt on the back?) Over the weekend I started sewing the pin on the left, once my daughter saw what I was making she wanted . . . → Read More: How To | Valentine Felt Heart Pin
Shhh, I don’t want to give away the surprise, but we made this Valentine gift for my husband. I am pretty sure he will find the perfect spot on his desk at work to display this little piece of artwork. What could be cuter than hearts made from tiny fingerprints? This was such an . . . → Read More: How To | Valentine Hearts Fingerprint Canvas
I drew up these fun cartoon-ish looking faces to use on our Valentine’s cards this year. I have the free download below if you want to use them for your cards too. Super cute, but there is a little assembly required! The recipients are gonna love them though. (Please remember this art is available . . . → Read More: Printable | My Silly and Beautiful Valentine Cards
Here is something you can make your little sweetheart for Valentine’s Day, a hand-crank music box placed inside a cute hand-painted wooden box. When my daughter (now 6) was a baby I always sang her “You Are My Sunshine” while I rocked her to sleep. My daughter and I still love to sing this . . . → Read More: How To | My Sunshine Music Box
The kids and I recently used air-dry clay for the first time. It was really fun and easy to use. I have thought of a hundred (okay maybe not that many) projects in which we can use this clay.
My daughter and I decided to make a small dish for her teacher for Valentine’s . . . → Read More: How To | Valentine Catch-All Clay Dish