Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Fall Crafts: Glittered Feathers

What would fall be without a little glitter? I believe that you can use glitter anytime, anywhere and make it look elegant. Laura from Make Life Lovely, does that perfectly with her Gold Glittered Feathers!

These are so beautiful and they would make the perfect addition to any centerpiece to add that little bit of sparkle! Check out the tutorial here.

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Monday, September 22, 2014

Mug Day: Stenciled Leaf Mug

I'm starting a new tradition here on The Well Crafted Home. We all know that I love mugs! If you have any doubt, you can check out my "Mug Love" Pinterest board where I have pinned a TON of cute mugs!

Since its fall and fall is the perfect time for warm drinks in your favorite mug, lets all make our own creation!

Doesn't this mug make you want to drink some warm apple cider? Yes please!! Learn how to create your own Leaf Mug from Heidi at Hands Occupied.

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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Science Crafts: Naked Egg Experiment

Science is so cool. Even as an adult, I'm learning something new everyday! Take for example this awesome "naked" egg experiment. Its so cool! I had no idea you could do this and I can't wait to show my son! I even showed this to my hubby and he was like "thats not a real egg" haha! I love science!

For the full tutorial, head over to Skip to My Lou!
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Friday, September 19, 2014

Science Crafts: Exploding Milk Experiment with a Twist

We have all seen the cool exploding milk experiment for kids (I have to admit, it is pretty cool) but this experiment takes it to the next level! Bigger is better, right?!

Thats right, you can turn your colorful milk experiment into a foamy, fun-filled sciency afternoon! To get the full tutorial, head over to Mess for Less!

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Thursday, September 18, 2014

Science Crafts: DIY Rock Candy

Anytime you can mix learning and fun, its a win and what kid doesn't think candy is fun? None. Thats right! They love it! So why not mix learning and candy? You can bet they will pay extra special attention because of the end result!

This Rock Candy from We are Not Martha is the perfect delicious experiment for your kiddos. Head on over to their site for the full tutorial!

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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Well Crafted Wednesdays #59 {Link Party!}

Its fall! I'm so excited because this is the beginning of the Holiday season which is my favorite time of year. This time of year always makes me feel like the rest of the year is just full of fun, happiness, and parties! Its a great feeling and its always so fun to be creative around this time of year.  I can't wait to see how this season has inspired you!

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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Science Crafts: Glowing Flowers

I think that doing science projects with your little ones is one of the best ways to spend an afternoon and now that its back to school time, this could help them to get warmed up.

You remember that experiment in school when you would die your flowers colors by placing them in water that had food color in it? Well this is a really awesome twist on that project!

They glow!! This is such a cool science experiment and it uses things that you likely already have around the house. You can't get better than that! Find the tutorial at Fun at Home with the Kids!

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Monday, September 15, 2014

Science Crafts: Homemade Silly Putty

I'm a 90's kid. As such, green slime was a big part of my childhood! Nickelodeon, anyone? I remember always wanting to get slimed after I won a game show on Nickelodeon. Sadly, that dream never came true but now that I have a son, we can create our own green slime!! I'm so excited!

**Just make sure to supervise your little ones because this recipe is not for consumption!**

To get the recipe for this ooey-gooey, sticky-icky slime, head on over to Our Best Bites!

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Saturday, September 13, 2014

Back to School: Duct Tape Notebook Pocket

Now that I'm out of school (and have been for a while), I use notebooks for things like coupons and I need little pockets and hiding spots in my notebooks. It was similar when I was in school. Teachers gave me notes and papers to take home to my parents and I would just stuff them in my backpack.

This craft helps to eliminate the clutter. Dream a Little Bigger has a wonderful tutorial on how to create Duct Tape Pockets for your notebooks so you can actually monitor the papers that your kid brings home from school! Click here for the tutorial.

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Friday, September 12, 2014

Back to School: Organize Your Kid's Clothes!

Getting yourself ready in the morning is always a little time consuming, it doesn't matter who you are. When your a kid though, it seems like it takes f-o-r-e-v-e-r!  And if you have little ones that want to dress themselves, it can be a little bit more of a battle.

The Chic Site has come up with a completely genius way of helping your independant cutie pie get dressed all on their own. Check out these awesome pillow cases that are labeled Monday through Friday so that you kiddo knows which outfit to put on for what day. It eliminates stress for both of you! Head over to The Chic Site for the full tutorial!

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