Here’s a quick and easy fun little treat you can make. Great for kids! I actually made these when I was little, they were really good! The only ingredients you need are:
– 2 containers (6 oz.) low-fat strawberry yogurt
– 1 cup frozen non-dairy whipped topping, thawed
– 1 1/2 cups quartered fresh strawberries, divided
– 1 package Keebler Ready Crust Mini Graham Cracker Pie Crust
– Optional: Cute cake toppers and sprinkles.
In medium bowl fold together yogurt and whipped topping. Arrange strawberries in tart crusts, place 6 strawberries to the side.2.
Spoon yogurt mixture over strawberries in the tart. Refrigerate at least 1 hour.3.
Top each tart with reserved strawberry piece. Store in refrigerator. All done!
I skipped the strawberries and just added sprinkles. If you’re making these for kids,
you can let them add their own sprinkles. Fun fun
For this week’s DIY, we’re making super simple glitter buttons!
Wood Circle Discs
Double Sided Tape
Optional: Glue Dots
Pin back bar pins
(I got all these supplies at Michaels
First paint your discs with whatever color you’d like your button to be.
Once dry, take your double sided tape and place various designs over your button – you can do stripes, cut various shapes or even use glue dots for a polka dot pattern.
Pour glitter over tape and shake off.
Lastly glue your pins to the back and you’re all done!
This week’s DIY has lots of practical uses! It’s really simple and almost doesn’t need a whole picture tutorial but I decided to share it with you anyway. You know I’m all about quick & easy DIY projects 😉
Gold Spray Paint (from home depot)
Roll of Kraft Paper (mine is shipping paper from office max)
Circle outline (I used an embroidery hoop)
Draw, cut, and spray!
These steps don’t really need to be shown but you get the idea 😉 The paper I was using was too thin so I got out a usps shipping mailer and used that as the circle template.
This works best if you have a nice open space to roll out the paper.
Be careful with the wet paint, I got it on my shoe 😉
Simple + easy, done in about 10 minutes.
Here are some ways I used my polka dot paper:
To decorate my tradeshow booth.
Works great for a background.
Also wrapped a present for my mom with it 😉
Hope you enjoyed this little DIY. Happy crafting friends.
I know I just did a business card diy
a couple weeks ago but wanted to share my alt cards too! If you missed my cards from last year, you can see them here
. Looks like I used the same yellow card stock again this year 😉 Well anyway, I totally forgot all about my business cards for Alt this year, so I threw something together the night before. Here is another quick + easy business card diy for you!
Items I used:
‘you are beautiful’ custom stamp
black felt ink pad
I designed the label with a wrap around design in mind. I lay out the text in Illustrator but if you don’t have that, you can probably use word or photoshop. You can download the templates
for whichever size label at the site. So for my design, the info went on the front and the quote was wrapped around to the back.
I did two versions of this card. #1 – I stamped it with a “you are beautiful” stamp.
The 2nd version included a little animal paper clip + a vinyl decal.
They’re fun, simple, + easy cards. Anyone can make them!
If you have any questions, just let me know