This craft is great for kids of all ages (including adults)! The end results are endless, so give it a try! WHAT YOU NEED - Frame (pick a size!) - Hot glue - Glitter glue - Food colouring - Tooth pick(s) WHAT TO DO Step 1: Remove the back of the frame. Remove the glass, too. Step 2: Heat up your hot glue gun and proceed to glue around the interior edge where the glass will be. Step 3: Put the glass back in place and add another layer of hot glue around the edge to ensure the
These lantern-like jars are a great idea for camping, sleepovers or just an evening outdoors. They take a matter of minutes to make and last for hours. WHAT YOU NEED: - Mason jar - Glow stick - Glue - Glitter - String - Scissors WHAT TO DO: Step 1: Open the mason jar. Step 2: Squeeze glue all around the inside of the mason jar for a cool abstract look and to help the other contents stick to the walls of the jar. Step 3: Use scissors or some other sharp object to carefully cut
Did you ever imagine you'd be able to make art with a blow dryer? Well today's you're lucky day. Watch and learn. WHAT YOU NEED - Cardstock Paper - Computer - Printer - Scissors - Pencil - Crayons - Tape - Blow Dryer - Glue WHAT TO DO Step 1: Pick a word. Type it out on a word document. Size it BIG. Spread out your letters to make them easier to cut out. Step 2: Print it. Step 3: Cut out your letters. Step 4: Place them where you want them on your cardstock paper and trace ar
Want something to spice up your gift bags or luggage? This cute little trick is just for you. It takes about five minutes and just three basic things. WHAT YOU NEED - Assorted yarn - String - Scissors WHAT TO DO Step 1: Wrap yarn around your hand a few times (or an object like a small book). You can use one colour, or a few. For one colour you'd want to wrap it around more times, whereas if you're using a few different pieces of yarn, only wrap each of them around 3-4 times.
Have some old sheet music lying around? Got a frame you don't know what to do with? I have the perfect solution. WHAT YOU NEED - Frame - Sheet music - Printer - Computer - Scissors WHAT TO DO Step 1: Find a frame. Step 2: Choose an image with a transparent background. Either the ones provided*, or look for images on Google with the white and grey boxes behind them and make sure when downloaded it stays that way. (You don’t want a white box appearing behind the image on the sh
DIY STRING ART Art on a budget: all of the things you need to make it can be found at your local dollar store! WHAT YOU NEED: - a printer/paper - A canvas - clear tacks - colourful string - scissors WHAT TO DO: Step 1: Find and print the piece you would like to do. (Keep it extremely simple with as little overlapping as possible.) Step 2: Place your printed out design on the canvas the way you want it. Step 3: Use the clear tacks to outline the design on the canvas, puncturin
Want the tattoo without the commitment? Here’s a temporary tattoo technique just for you: WHAT YOU NEED -The Internet - Printer - Paper - Scissors - Eyeliner/Sharpie - Baby powder - Hairspray WHAT TO DO Step 1: Find your perfect tattoo. Step 2: Make it the right size and print it. Step 3: Cut it out. (This doesn’t have to be perfect… just make it smaller so it’s easier.) Step 4: Trace it with eyeliner or Sharpie. (For simple design like the one in the video you can just colou
Want fun ways to use a camera or a great activity for camping? Try light photography: WHAT YOU NEED - The dark - A light source (sparkler, flash light, glow stick, etc.) - A camera with manual setting WHAT TO DO Step 1: Make sure it's very dark out/in the room. Pitch black preferably. Step 2: Put your camera on its manual setting. (For Canons it's usually a knob at the top with the letter M being the setting you want.) Step 3: Scroll your shutter speed as far down as it will