I love you clothes pins: Write a message with a FINE POINT sharpie so it doesn't smear. Write "I love you" on a paper. Cut it out, and hot glue it to the clothes pin end. Would be cute for a care package!
Green craft project idea - Repurpose a tuna can and clothes pins to make a flower pot or candle holders. Would be cute to do with a kid to work on fine motor skills. Would be cute for grandparents or as a Mothers Day gift! =) mothers day present :)
Father’s Day is just around the corner, so now is the best time to give dad a photo puzzle, which makes a great visual reminder of the kids he loves so much. I loved the DIY Puzzle Photo Blocks from … Continue reading →
Artist creates little matchbox greeting cards with hidden messages inside (part II)