By: Lucas Henry
Crafts Unleashed is a site dedicated to providing you with fun crafts that you can do yourself, and it’s a great place to start. It’s filled with DIY ideas, including a squishy plushie, a DIY corner bookmark, and Mod Podge rocks. Plus, you’ll find ideas for holiday-themed projects, like a purple pumpkin or a squishy keychain.By: Lucas Henry
DIY corner bookmarks
Corner bookmarks are a simple yet cute way to keep your books handy. They are a great addition to your school supplies and help encourage reading. Besides their practical use, they are fun to make!
Making a DIY corner bookmark is easy. First, you will need a piece of paper that is square-shaped. Then, you will need a pair of scissors. Afterward, you can add your own design or use a pattern. For a little added flair, you can decorate your bookmark with crayons or stickers.
If you don’t have a paper that is square-shaped, you can use Duck Tape. You can also use a ruler. But be careful not to cut through your stitches. Once you have your square-shaped triangle, you can use it to make a corner bookmark.
DIY squishy keychain
Getting your ft into the aforementioned trinity while inhaling the air will definitely get the ball rolling. The aforementioned trio may have a short commute and a few stragglers, but the competition is fierce and the oh soot is hard to come by. Those aforementioned stragglers will need a few more ohs and ahs in order to get the last few drops out of their collective esoteric aquaria. To be fair, all of those stragglers will be needing a little tlc before they can hit the field for good. It is with this in mind that the above mentioned trio have decided to put their own spin on the aforementioned trinity in the name of the game.
DIY squishy plushie
In the squishy department, there is an impressive array of products to choose from. From the pixie dust inspired squishy to the marshmallow man and his gooey cousin, there is something to please every age group and budget. If you’re on the hunt for something a little more refined, you may want to give Amazon a shot. They are a one stop shop for all your crafting needs. The company also has a stellar customer service record and delivers on time. Lastly, they offer a money-back guarantee if you’re not completely satisfied. After all, you’ve put in the effort, you might as well reap the rewards.
One of the more fun parts of the process is seeing your children’s faces light up. That is, if they don’t do the work for you.
Mod Podge Rocks
If you are looking for fun crafts for kids, check out these easy DIY Mod Podge projects! These fun crafts are easy to do and require no experience. You can even use these to make your own homemade gifts.
You can create a beautiful, colorful table makeover with a few pieces of wrapping paper and some Mod Podge. Or you can use the leftovers to make an adorable doily wall art.
These easy Mod Podge projects are fun for adults and kids. Try making a watercolor collage using some paper scraps, a few colors of paint, and Mod Podge. Alternatively, you can make a pom pom wall hanging. Make a 3-D gem drink stirrer using a piece of fabric and Mod Podge.
You can also add a map to your tile coasters. These are perfect for gift giving.
Purple Pumpkin crafts have been on the prowl for a while now. The epilepsy Foundation has been doing their part to spread epilepsy awareness with purple pumpkins and pumpkin decorating events. However, a more modern take on the trend is a plethora of virtual pumpkin painting parties.
Aside from the official PPP, a number of Epilepsy Foundation affiliates across the country are participating in the purple pumpkin fun. For example, Farmington Alternative High School raised $400 for the epilepsy community by painting and displaying purple pumpkins in 2013. In fact, the school has a featured spot at the upcoming Berlin Scarecrow Festival.
There’s a lot more to the Epilepsy Foundation’s purple pumpkin project than just the fundraising and front porch displays. To that end, the Foundation is also launching a purple pumpkin inspired app to help families with special needs get the most out of Halloween.