DIY :: Reindeer Games
If you caught last week's round up or our crafting party at Anthro, you know we're all about a handmade holiday. I've had this particular project in mind for months, so I was super excited to finally get to create it,...
Crafting: DIY Glitter plastic animal
I bought a plastic animal, an elephant, at the charity shop last week. Being a bit inspired by the DIY plastic animal candle holder at The ...
DIY Party Animal Magnets | Sugar & Cloth DIY Home Decor
Since featuring Hank + Hunt for her DIY animal candle holders, I have fallen so in love with them that I decided to make these DIY Party Animals Magnets...
Jumbo Party Animal Gorilla painted carnival, circus, and birthday decor
This is Gorilla Jumbo Party Animal. Bring some fun to your next party or event with these whimsical animals. Each is hand painted, and adorned with fun party accessories. These make great centerpieces, or table decorations at birthday party's, baby showers, weddings, or just some fun decor to spruce up your child's room. If your doing a circus themed party, a few of these would be great, walking down the table, or one stacked on a roll of tickets. Give one as a gift to someone who loves…
DIY Plastic Animal Projects – Favorite Finds No. 76
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Animal Necklaces - A Great Craft for the Kids (she: Sierra)
To kick off our summer crafting, we decided to make some whimsical little animal necklaces. Its a kid-friendly project that just needs a little supervision.
Gilded Animal Note Holder - DIY Office Accessories - Project
Transform plastic animal figurines into chic note holders using Martha Stewart Multi-Surface Acrylic Paint and liquid gilding.
20 Fun and Chic DIYs with Plastic Animal Toys — Value Minded Mama
How many of y'all have those little toy plastic animals lying around? I know we do. Like, at least 10 of them at any given time. They are so fun for kids to play with when they’re little, but what happens when they out grow them? Do you just pass them on? Do you recycle them?
Spruce up your home with one of these done-in-an-hour DIY projects. Some projects require dry time, but all require less than an hour of hands-on work. What's not to love about that?