You know what we we all need right now? Some cheering on! Make these DIY mini megaphones at home to spread positivity to folks around you – you can do it! Go, team, go! YAY!
Mini Megaphone template
Exacto knife (optional)
Markers (or other medium)
So go ahead and download the template here and watch the video below. You’ll be cheering yourself and others on before you know it!
Looking for a gift for mom for Mother’s Day?
Or dad for Father’s Day? Or anyone special for any special day? We’ve got the perfect thing: Make your own mini-magazine – it’s such a sweet gift!
• Front page
• Back page
• Piece of yarn or string about 6-8 inches long
• Hole puncher
• Kid(s) – you know, for filling out these cute little things
Print the mini magazine templates – first the front, then load the page back in your printer so it will print the back side as well.
Cut on the dotted line to separate the pages.
Fold one page with the heart on the outside (this is the cover) and fold the other page with the “you and me’ frame on the outside.
Place the You and me page into the other page (so the “You make me laugh when you..” page is facing the You and me frame).
Open both pages up and punch two holes in the “spine” (which is just the fold).
Thread the yarn or string through the pages like so. And tie on the outside.
Now it’s time for your kiddos to get creative!
If you’re making this for mom, of course, it’s generally best for a different grown-up or helper to work on this with the kid (you know, so it’s a surprise)!
Fill out each page and have your kids color pictures within. Encourage them to get as creative as they want!
Gift your sweet Mini Magazine to your special person – they will love it!
Happy Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, birthday, you day – You are the best!
Aryn (and Roxie too)
Looking for something fun to make for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, May Day, or any old day? Try making these pop-up paper flower cards! They are really cute and surprisingly easy to put together! Happy Spring, friends!
Here’s what you’ll need:
Fun Paper – could be colored or patterned or plain. I used construction paper
Paper Trimmer (optional)
Glue stick or other glue
Markers or Pens
Piece of Cardstock
Download the template for card messages here, and then watch the video below (Aryn’s first!) to get the step-by-step tutorial!