DIY: Easter Egg decorating with Metallic Tattoos by Boho Marks

My son saw some of my metallic tattoos around the house the other day and was asking to use them. This morning I had an idea to use the tattoos while decorating our Easter eggs. When I brought this idea to him, he was beyond excited. He even proclaimed, “Daddy will be so impressed with us when he sees that we tattooed our eggs!”

I think I was just as excited as he was. We cleaned the table off, got a cloth, scissors, Boho Marks {metallic tattoos}, and of course the hard boiled eggs. This was such a great craft for him as he got to carefully cut around the tattoos he wanted to place, focused on being gentle with the eggs, and he loved seeing how they turned out. This craft was great for me as the mess was minimal and we were both having a great time together.

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Guest Post: Simple and Easy DIY Valentine’s Decor

Hello dear readers of Creative Wife + Joyful Worker!  I am absolutely thrilled to be guest posting over here and featuring one of my favourite Valentine’s Day DIY projects.  If you follow me over at The Mumsy Blog, you may notice that I have already shared this project there.  But, I’m a firm believer in continually putting the things that you love out into the world to be shared with others.  So, I hope you enjoy!

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DIY: Simple Fall Decor

Fall is one of my favorite times of year, I love watching as the leaves on the trees change color, begin to fall and color the streets.  As the weather changes, our personal style and home decor changes with it.  Today I am sharing a quick and easy DIY Fall Craft that will add a little sparkle of fall into your home. Follow these simple steps and create your own Leaf Mobile.

The Materials I Used:

One small branch or twig (you choose the size you want)
Three or more dried leaves
Gold (or any color) Spray paint
Sewing thread

Tips & Tricks

My son and I went out on a hunt for the perfect fall leaves, we picked them off trees as we wanted them to be fully intact and perfectly shaped.  We came home and placed the leaves on separate pages in a thick book for a week to dry them out.  Once the leaves were dried, I spray painted both sides and let dry. We found a small twig to hang them on while out on our walk as well.  Use the twig and tie a knot around the base and stem of your leaves at the appropriate length. Cut of the excess thread and ta da! Done.

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DIY: First Birthday Greek Yogurt Painting

Sophie Paint1A few weeks ago I came across a beautiful painting that Numpfer created with her daughter.  She created a post about how they created their picture and the simple steps to do it on your own [see her post here].  I absolutely adored this idea, and what a great keepsake the painting would be for my daughter as her first piece of art, for her first birthday.  We also got to use the painting as part of her birthday party decor, it added the perfect touch. Continue reading