It is time to bring out the dangerous knives and messy pumpkins to destroy your kitchen with a mess and orange goop all over your counter tops! Or is it? Try one of these no carve pumpkin decorating ideas this year and avoid the gooey mess! Love woodland creatures? Try one of these three options from Simple As That Blog. Want something to glow in the dark? Try this from A
Even though summer is coming to an end, I will continue to love all things watermelon and pineapple all year round. I found these awesome plain wooden bangles over at Oriental Trading (the possibilities are endless) and I turned them into watermelon DIY wooden bracelets. I love how these watermelon bracelets turned out. They’re fun for all ages too. They’re easy enough to make that even a kid could
Wow I can’t believe it’s already September. It’s still pretty hot here but every so often there is a cool breeze that feels like fall, and I get really excited! I just love everything about fall (what’s not to love) from spending a lot more time outside, watching the leaves change colors, and of course carving and decorating pumpkins. And this month’s Michael’s Makers challenge was to decorate a craft
It is Back to School time, but you don’t have to crack down on the books quite yet! Spend some therapeutic time crafting! Why not prepare for school with these Back to School crafts? I scoured the web for the best crafts out there and here they are! Let’s make a mess. First off, a backpack. One always needs one of these for the back to school season! Why not
There are so many things that I make or little projects that I take on that I never turn into blog posts. Some projects (like this one) seem too simple, but I forget that sometimes the simple projects are the best! So if you know me at all, you know how much I love fun colorful craft and office supplies. I’m always on the hunt for colorful scissors or really interesting pens.
Thanks Shutterfly for sponsoring this fun birthday party banner. As always all photos, thoughts, and opinions are my own. I only work with brands that I love and that I think you will love too. Thank you readers for supporting the brands who support Lines Across. This summer my son Benjamin turned 7 and we threw him a Lego birthday party. Like most 7 year old boys, Benjamin is seriously
So my kids are seriously obsessed with sand art, and I think I might be a little bit too! There is something so fun about filling something with different layers of colorful sand, and creating different patterns and shapes. And even though a lot of sand art projects are really geared just towards kids, I think these sand art planters are perfect for kids and adults. (Stop by Oriental Trading
I have an exciting announcement that I’ve shared on Instagram, but I’m just now sharing here on my blog. I’ve started contributing for Oriental Trading Company’s blog. Twice a month I’ll be coming up with a tutorial with some of their fun products (like this tutorial on how to paint watercolor ice cream cones). And who knew they had so many awesome things like a great selection of quality art supplies.
I had so much fun painting these watercolor pineapples that I decided to turn them into a pattern. I know pineapples are so perfect for summer, but I love them all year round. This pattern looks especially good on your lock screen. You can download the pattern here and use it as a free pineapple iPhone wallpaper. You can also use it as a background or wallpaper on any android
If you follow me on Instagram or Snapchat, you know how much I love watercolors. I especially love that you can paint something beautiful in just a few minutes, and you don’t need a ton of space to work. Also cleaning watercolor brushes is super easy! So when this month’s Michael’s Makers Challenge was to make something based on one of our favorite trends, I knew I wanted to share