After making the recycled t-shirt headband, I found an even better idea for braiding Celtic Headbands! You can read excellent directions for making them here. The only changes I made were cutting my strips 3″ wide, and I used a sewing machine instead of hot glue to attach my ends. Here’s a picture of my headbands using the 1″ and 3″ widths. I’ll be giving these to my niece and great niece!
These Halloween Party Decorations will be super spooky and fun to make! First things first – do NOT eat the trees! There is a wire in them. (Gulp!) Everything else is edible. These are yummy and adorable Halloween centerpieces! The original post says they are not edible; however, it’s because of the black wire they used. Instead of black wire, I twisted my trees together and then used black electrical tape to tie it together. [Read more…]
I have seen these on Pinterest and Facebook a lot and finally have got around to making my own. This
easy DIY Fall Leaf Bowl Decoration is affordable and easy to do with children but it also makes a beautiful decoration for your home or a gift.
Ha. Ha. I wrote the introduction to this project before we actually did it. Lesson learned. It is not easy. But the results we got made us smile and I’m sure if we had more patience, they would have come out better… maybe?
Here’s a quick and easy way to recycle t-shirts into DIY headbands. I love the stretchiness and the way they hold my hair in place. Anything to contain the curls… Also, these do not hurt my head! Bonus!!
DIY fall crafts – they’re on my brain! Today, as I begin this article, it is the first day of autumn. It was an amazing summer but now as the air turns crisp and signs of Fall are everywhere, my mind is turning toward fall crafts. I know I’m not alone. I’ve been looking at Pinterest and Facebook for fresh and new ideas for crafts. Here are Sisters Know Best Top 5 Picks for DIY Fall Crafts: [Read more…]
If you’re looking for a super fast #DIY jewelry project, here’s an idea for making bracelets. This craft is easy enough to do with children — even a group of children, but it also can be detailed and more elaborate if you choose for an adult project.
At Sisters Know Best, we love an easy fall leaf craft. And, since you all loved the Nicole Duke’s Easy & Free DIY Leaf Rose tutorial, we thought you’d like to keep in theme and try this one! Those fall leaves are still coming down like crazy, and every day we notice gorgeous colors to make crafts with. We found this on Pinterest and followed it to a site called My Creative Stirrings (picture credit). We fell in love and think you will too!
Here’s what we did: