The clam shell soap project is the most advanced melt & pour soapmaking recipe the Soap Queen has demonstrated thus far. But the great thing about this project is that you can't mess it up!
Here are a few ideas on how to make Thanksgiving kids' crafts that look good too! You never knew Thanksgiving craft centerpieces could be kid-friendly.
Send your little angels to their first day of school with style. This cute bag will hold their crayons and pencils as well as their little lunch boxes. Homemade crafts for kids have never been this cute and easy. The other kids will be jealous.
This craft is great for little kids to make. They can fill this foam cone with all sorts of treats for their Valentine party at school. Foam paint makes decorating loads of fun.
Make a lemon-scented candle which looks just like a real lemon. Use as decorative accents, fun dinner party pieces or give as gifts.
Michael demonstrates how to create vellum wraps for battery-operated tealights. These fancy candle wraps feature embossed leaves and bright, blending colors. Make some for your next dinner party.
Turn a beautiful flower into a nice piece of modern art. Hang this piece up on the wall or let mom decide what she wants to do with it. A table setting for Mother's day is always nice.
Wow your guests with crafty home decor pieces. Add unique colors and patterns to your boring dinner plates. Use dish soap for an abstract design that will surely get compliments at your next dinner party.
Cool shades of acrylic paint and scrapbook paper combine to create a pretty perch with a monogrammed seat.
Set your table with style! This Painted Navajo Plate uses simple techniques and glaze paints. This decorative plate may be too beautiful to eat off of but it is sure to wow your dinner guests!