Big and Little craft time!!! :]
I've made sooo many crafts over the past couple of weeks. It's been crazy!
I was lucky enough to have gotten TWO littles this semester!! I now have triplets. Which is intense.
Anyways, here are some very simple ideas of crafts you can make littles or anyone else in your life!
For the first craft you will need:
- Clothespins [$1, Dollar Tree]
- Mod Podge [Michael's, Walmart, Hobby Lobby]
- Sponge brush, or another kind of cheap brush you don't care about
- All Kinds of Glitter. All kinds.
This is the simplest craft, I swear!!
Take a clothespin and brush or dab on some mod podge!
Start sprinkling on the glitter! Do this over a piece of paper or box that can collect the glitter. This way you can pour it back into the container and save it for another time!
By now your clothespins should look like this!
Actually, scratch that. I did two coats of glitter and mod podge. This is what yours will look like with two coats!
Two coats of mod podge allows more glitter to adhere to the surface of your clothespin. It also helps to keep the glitter on.
I chose to do red and green glittered clothespins to represent my sorority, as our colors are forest green and red.
They're so cute. They'd be perfect for holding pictures or cards!
On to the next craft!
You will need:
- Corkboard [Daiso, $1.50]
- Puff Paint [Michael's, Walmart, <$1 a piece]
- Anything else you wish to use! [Glitter would have been mad cute!]
Take your corkboard and pick which colors you want to use, as well as what you want to write or draw on it.
I chose to do our sorority's name along with our motto. I alternated our colors to make it more exciting, since it started out as the most boring brown thing.
That's literally all for the corkboard. SO. EASY.
This next one is pretty universal for any sorority, or special person in your life.
Here are two baskets I made my littles. I like to go to the Dollar Tree for these because of the selection and the price is right. I added flowers and easter grass for some flair.
Putting someone's favorite snack or candy is always a crowd favorite. It's a perfect way to show that you care about them and what they like! Same with the flowers, I used my littles favorites!
I also made sparkly letters [as in their first intial], and made them door hangers!
Here is a door hanger and a little flower frame I found and decorated for my little Carina!
The door hangers I found at Michael's were uncomfortably expensive. What I decided to do was to by foam sheets [they sell them in large packs with multiple colors for about $8], and cut them into door hangers. I saved a bunch of money and now have a bunch of foam I can use for other crafts!
The flower frame is from Michael's as well. I used paint, glue, and glitter to decorate it, as well as some puff paint to add her name.
The door hanger is a great way to express your creativity while further showing your interest in this person. You put stuff on it that represents them or their style, and it can be quite personal.
Here's the inside of another basket! [I ♥ Baskets!!]
Inside of it I put a cute pack of tissues, an adorable pocket mirror, a little teddy bear with hello kitty ribbon on it, a pen, and two easter eggs filled with loving notes.
Our big/little week is full of surprises for our littles. They don't find out who we are until we've spoiled them!
I didn't want my littles to know for sure that they were twins, so I tried to switch it up a little bit.
Instead of a corkboard I did a mirror! I tried to make the colors more cohesive, and added more swirl detailing to this one.
Another picture of a basket, with a fishy plush!
This basket was filled with candy and bubbles!
Here is little Alma's door hanger, with a fish on it! :]
In the back you can see the "A" I made for her wall. It's so pretty in person, the glitter is amazing.
I made a lot more things, so hopefully I'll get to posting them too!
I hope this has been helpful :]
Are you in a sorority? Do you craft? Let me know! :]