Dip-Dyed Treat Bags

DIY Dip-Dyed Treat Bags

Muslin gift bags are one of my favorite ways to package up treats and favors. They are easy to find at my local craft supply store and give the look of something more ‘special’ than, say, using a plastic bag. Another thing that’s great about muslin bags is that there are a million ways you… 

Read More »

Fairy Garden Kit Favors

How to make a Fairy Garden Kit {www.evermine.com}

I have a confession to make- I love fairies and anything magical! It’s something I’ve loved since childhood and still continue to celebrate as an adult (if you don’t believe me, check out the fairy costume I made a few years ago). I was super excited to help my friend Avery plan her 11th birthday… 

Read More »

Birthday Party Favors: DIY Manicure Kits

DIY Manicure Kit Favors

I can’t comprehend that my daughter is turning 14! So, as we were planning for a fun girl party at the beach, we decided to really enjoy making the birthday party favors for the rest of the guests. Included in these cute packages are all the items that are needed for an at-home manicure. Each… 

Read More »

Bridesmaid Gifts: DIY Flower Flip-Flops

DIY Flower Flip-Flops

Treat your bridesmaids to something special and handmade by you! These DIY Flower Flip Flops are perfect for wearing by the pool, after a pedicure, or even during the wedding reception! DIY Flower Flip-Flops   Print Author: Rachel Beyer Type: Craft Ingredients Flip flops
(I found mine at The Dollar Tree) Cotton fabric Felt Hot glue… 

Read More »

DIY Candy Gift Bags

DIY Candy Gift Bags for Kids

So, making candy gift bags for 100 children is more than a good dose of a sweet tooth. These frosted tin-tie bags add to the fun of the party as they give a soft hint as to the delightful treats that hide inside. Soft shadows of candy sticks, gum balls and sour sticks look beautiful… 

Read More »

DIY Crayon Favors

Handmade Crayon Favors

Making your own crayons is a popular craft and a great activity you can do with your kids. I used a mini cupcake mold to make our crayons, but you could also try using a fun shaped silicon mold as well. My niece and I had a lot of fun making up a big batch… 

Read More »