Weekend Bites Crafty Ideas

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Welcome back to Weekend Bites! This week featuring crafty ideas

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Check out these crafty ideas at Weekend Bites! Then share your posts with us.  

We’ve made it a whole month into the New Year! The kids are back in school, and maybe, just maybe we’re all feeling a little more ‘back in the groove’ lately? I know I am. It took us awhile. A lot of crazy happened in January for us, which I wont’ get into here, but I do think we’re back on track to keeping routines. You know what my favorite thing about a routine is? Having a routine leaves extra time to have fun and do things like craft. I don’t get crafty nearly as much as I would like. The following projects were shared last week, and between their awesome looks and easy steps, I’m ready to get my craft back on!

Crafty Features

Get all the tips and tricks to make your own high-end looking twine-wrapped storage box and never overpay for storage boxes and baskets again!

DIY Twine Wrapped Storage Box
From Playdates to Parties

With baby due in March, I’m going to have a ton of Diaper boxes coming my way. Now, I’ll have something to turn them into.

DIY Fabric Covered Wood Boxes: easy fabric and paint craft tutorial. Cute DIY storage box ideas, just wrap/glue fabric around a box, paint the lid and add a knob!

Fabric Covered Craft Boxes
Lolly Jane

I have no immediate use for these, other than to create a conversation piece for my desk, and to have something pretty to look at while working. Maybe I’ll even hide some chocolate in one? 


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