March is National Craft Month so grab that glue gun, dust off your paint brush and take a trip to the craft store because we've got a ton of inspiration coming your way. Of course we craft year round and will find any excuse to DIY something, but National Craft Month is a cause for idea sharing.
Whether you are an expert crafter or just like to DIY on your free time, we've got a ton of ideas to help you celebrate this month. From canvas art for your home to crafts with the kids, there are so many ways to get creative.
Looking for a way to brighten up your room for spring? Check out this pretty canvas art tutorial with mini butterflies to add a creative touch to any space in your home.
An easy craft to do with the kids is making lollipop flowers! With a few colorful baking cups and your favorite lollipops, craft a bouquet of flowers and let the kids give them out in school or to family.
For an inspirational addition to your coffee table, make these chic glass stones with vinyl lettering. Place them in a pretty bowl to display when guests come over.
Terrariums are a great way to add a natural touch to the decor in your home, but we love these unique ones made in plastic ornaments. Fill them with pebbles, moss and floral birds or butterflies for a spring touch.
If glitz and glam is more your style, you will really love how your martini glasses look after a few coats of Mod Podge and glitter. Making DIY glitter stemmed glasses is super easy and guests will never know you made them yourself.
Give your boring old cork coasters a fresh coat of colorful paint for all of those spring parties you will be hosting! These blue coasters were sprayed with a layer of paint then stamped with a pretty swirl design for some added flair.
If you are hosting a party this month, why not DIY your favors? These cute cupcake favors stuffed with candy are nothing more than paper baking cups with a tissue paper covered styrofoam top. Easy and creative!
Decorate your mantle or add a pop of color to any space with these DIY twine balls. The process is as easy as dipping some twine in glue and wrapping it around a small balloon. Once the glue dries, pop the balloon and you've got a pretty accent piece for your decor.