DIY Sharpie Mug
It’s that time of year again for folks to start having yard sales – woohoo! Yard Sale season is my FAVORITE time of year for bargain hunting – here are 8 Yard Sale Tips to help you make the most of it!
DIY Lamp Shade Revamp
Hi! I’m Amber Anderson, I am a pastors wife, mom of 2 lovely boys, and an avid DIY’er. I post regularly about DIY projects, crafts and family life
Raise your hand if every lamp shade in your house is cream, beige, tan, or white. Hands down. Now raise your hand again if you wish they weren’t. Perfect! This is the DIY for you.
It’s 2 steps, and can be done by anyone. Ready?
A great themed gift basket idea you can make for a child in your life – is this fun DIY Art Supplies gift basket. Girls and boys alike love art supplies – new scented markers or glittery stickers, a shaped paper punch out or some stencils – there are lots of items you can put together that the little artist probably doesn’t already have.
Start with a supply tote from the dollar store – this was just $1 at the Family Dollar!
If you want to have a vegetable garden this year without the trouble of tilling, why not try out this Vegetable Garden Raised Bed project? Using a raised bed garden means you have control of the soil quality, you’re able to reach the plants easily from all sides, and you can better protect your little garden from pests. You can simply purchase one online or at a local hardware store – or you can build your own in just a few easy steps.
If your family’s getting tired of the same old Easter dye kits, try using Sharpies for fun new way to decorate this year’s eggs!
Sharpie Easter Eggs can be as artsy – or a simple – as you want. It’s something my older teens would enjoy, since they love to draw more intricate designs. But so easy that my 8 year old would have fun too. While doing a trial run, I traced a chevron pattern with a pencil and went over it with black sharpie. My silver oil-based paint sharpie was great for shiny accent dots.
Another way to approach this project is to dye the eggs first and then use Sharpie as an added layer of personalization