Hi there, I’m Marcy, from Project Artwork at Home. The project I want to share with you today takes its inspiration from The Paper Works Sketchbook to create a DIY boho wall hanging. Ordinarily, I use my sketchbooks at home for…well, sketching! But this sketchbook is unique in that it contains four different types of paper: white, black, graph, AND kraft. Every page is perforated, so I pulled out one of each and had fun creating a project that utilizes them all. The best part of this project is adding color, pattern, and texture to each of these high-quality papers.
Summertime is right around the corner and with school going on break soon, your child may be heading to summer camp, a summer vacation, or perhaps visiting with grandma and grandpa for a while. Either way, it’s important for kids to learn how to communicate the old fashioned way with pen and paper and send… Read More »
Memorial Day kicks off the official start of the summer season and it also holds many wonderful memories for most of us…school being out of session, late summer evenings and lazy days at the beach with family and friends. What better way to commemorate the start of summer than making some festive Americana crafts with… Read More »
A Paper Flower Project so It’ll be Springtime All Year Round With winter upon us and the cold weather in full blast, we were dreaming of creating a vibrant sunny craft that will remind us of the warmer days to come. There’s nothing like flowers to remind us of the coming Spring. So why not… Read More »
DIY Valentine’s Day Cards Creating homemade Valentine’s Day cards conjures up fond memories of when we were all young children in grade school and everyone tried to be the most creative with their doily, glitter and heart shaped confections. We often post a lot about kids crafts here at OOLY, but for the romance of… Read More »