Top Ten Crafts to Make This Week {10/10}


Last weeks Tip Me Tuesday linky party grew to over 165 tutorials.  Whoohoo!  I just love a linky party where I meet new creative women.  So today I’m featuring my top 10 crafts to make this week. Yep, they are my top 10 favorite crafts, parties, recipes, free files, and DIY tutorials from Tip Me Tuesday!  I hope you’re inspired to make something fabulous this week as well.

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These are just the 10 tutorials that I had time to highlight right now, you’ll see many more featured on Tip Junkie, Tip Me Tuesday newsletter, AND promoted through my social media sites like Facebook, G+, Instagram, and Twitter. {yep, I love to hook a creative girl up. HA!}

Living Locurt

6. These brains in a jar by Living Locurto look absolutely gross, but super cool!  Learn the squiggle trick to making the frosting look like a brain.  What a fun gift to give.  Can you imagine the look on their face?! {{wicked laugh}}  The cute brain labels are a free printable.  {score}

Seven Clown Circus

11. It’s no trick these Halloween gift tags by Seven Clown Circus are a free treat! You can print them on a full sheet of card stock for tags. Embellish gifts, scrapbook pages, make a banner and so much more!

Swoodson Says

72. This easy diy ‘Boo’ Halloween banner by Swoodson Says is perfect for home or party decor! Use the free pattern and cut file to make your own.

Everyday with Mandy

76. For only $4 you can make this spook-tacular diy skull decor by Everyday with Mandy using dollar store skulls, black spray paint and a plant saucer.

Diana Rambles

82. Three quick and easy t-shirt costumes you can make for couples by Diana Rambles that include a hashtag couple, get a long shirt, and “like” and “dislike” shirts. So fun!

Organized 31

88. These magic potion bottles by Organized 31is a fun way to create Halloween decor with your kids! Super easy to make and the results are well… scary! Perfect for your upcoming Halloween party or just to display everyday of the Halloween season!

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91. This DIY project by Mason Jar Crafts gives used jars new purpose and looks so cool with the google-eyes. Use them for a centerpiece or holding utensils.

Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom

104. If you want to create a cute Halloween trick or treat bag for your little ghost or goblin, this round up of sewing tutorials by Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom will give you plenty of ideas.

Our Clover House

125. Bats here, bats there, bats everywhere! You can decorate almost anything and anywhere with these easy paper bats from Clover House.

What I Live For

140. Dress up your child’s hair with this silly spider web hairdo by What I Live For. It’s quick + easy and perfect for Halloween!

Wondering what was the most popular {or most clicked on} idea from the linky party? Well… it was How to make a fleece blanket by Pinned and Repinned.

A huge thank you for those who took the time to link up their fabulous tutorials!  You can view all of the 165 ideas linked up HERE.  If you have a blog or Tip Junkie craft room, be sure to check in on Tuesday when you can link up your favorite or most recent handmade project like something you made, party you hosted, a recipe, or fun tip.  Tip: Be the first to link up when this linky party is live every week, thanks to the newsletter.

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Thanks Ladies ~ I just adore these pictured tutorials! Feel free to share your “I made the Top 10” badge on your blog, Facebook, or Instagram. You earned it!  {knuckle bumps}

When you share your badge, be sure to share the link to your craft room too.  Your friends and family can follow you on Tip Junkie and bookmark your latest projects to quickly find later.

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