Create a patriotic picnic set in red, white and blue tie-dye. The tie-dye set includes napkins, tablecloth, cup holders and an ice bucket. Tie-dye this set for the 4th of July.
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Rachel Griffith of P.S. I Quilt is here to make your picnic or barbecue a little easier with this great craft project using empty aluminum cans. These picnic helpers are perfect for outdoor cooking on the 4th of July!
Ladybugs, flowers and cloth give the look of a picnic wreath. It can be put up in your kitchen or on the outside door.
Use felt pieces to create an American flag garland of half-circle bunting. Hang this 4th of July craft bunting from window boxes, picnic tables and along fences.
Add the freshness of the harvest to your fall home decor with a basket decorated with a painted wood pumpkin. This basket is perfect for fall picnics or tail-gating.
Forget the disposable plastic bags and make a greener and prettier alternative. Make cloth snack or sandwich bags with this tutorial from Amy Thompson.
With this place mat crochet pattern, crochet a set of striped place mats with convenient silverware pockets. Roll up the crochet place mats with the stored silverware for picnics or outdoor dining.
Use these simple Halloween crafts to embellish a plain container for Halloween! Turn an old container into a spooky Halloween candy container to use while trick-or-treating, or to hold candy at home.
Are you a huge fan of ladybug craft projects? For your next picnic, create your own Spotted Ladybug Picnic Cups. This is a fun way to dress up boring, red plastic cups with glittery dots. This project is so easy to make and incredibly inexpensive.