How to Make a Clay Flower Cane

Spring is in the air and making a flower cane with clay polymer seems like the perfect springtime craft.  This tutorial takes you through how to make a pretty flower. Use the colors in your garden as inspiration for mixing and matching colors to make these flowers pop.
Use these larger flower canes to make smaller ones that you can use for beads, glass or wood.  Lots of options.
I hope you enjoy this one.  I think you’ll love her accent!

Polymer Clay Tutorials – How to make a flower cane

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Simple Crochet Heart Tutorial

crochet heart
See how easy it is to crochet a cute heart.  Use it for jewelry, add it to a felted handbag, or use it as a gift tag.  The possibilities are endless with what you can do with this crochet heart.

Simple Crochet Heart Tutorial by Crochet Geek

This is a simple crochet heart that uses all the basic crochet stitches. It is simple, easy and quick. Simple Crochet Heart Written Instructions http://www.c…

DIY Beaded Cuffs Jewelry

diy beaded cuffs
Make a beautiful beaded cuff bracelet with whatever beads, buttons or stones you’d like to use.  Go for a neutral look, or add a bunch of color for a summertime bracelet that will brighten-up any outfit.
These bracelets would make a great Mother’s Day Gift too.

DIY Beaded Cuffs

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Make Easter Eggs With Heidi Klum

Decorating Easter Eggs

There’s nothing quite like coloring Easter eggs.  For many kids, dying Easter eggs is an annual tradition and a fun way to celebrate the joy of the holiday and Spring.

Do you usually dye your eggs solid colors?  See how Heidi Klum goes all out to decorate eggs.  From marbleizing eggs and adding some bling, there are lots of creative ways to color and decorate Easter eggs.  This is a great craft to do with the kids.

Heidi Klum Unique Easter Crafts for Kids

When dying Easter eggs, you can use the same food coloring that you’d use for decorating cakes and cookies. No need to buy the special kits that are sold during the holiday.  Just mix water, food coloring and vinegar and you’re ready to starting coloring.