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Posts tagged ‘Spring’

Paper-Quilled Butterflies

As we reach the end of our top 5 list, we celebrate a simple but lovely little craft. Our #5 most popular post is Paper-Quilled Butterflies. We hope you enjoyed this look back! Please check in next week when we will return with new projects for you and your home. Read more

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The Funky Scarf Shirt

It’s Summer! Such a busy time. But there are still those days when you’re feeling creative, maybe looking for something for the kids to do, perhaps wishing to whip up some simple home decor for a Summer party or a breezy piece of clothing for the warm weather. Let’s look back, this Summer, and revisit some of our very first posts and guest posts. We’ll return with brand new projects in September. Have a great Summer! Read more

5 DIY Spring wreaths that we love!

The weather is warming up and it looks like Spring is finally here! It’s the perfect time to freshen up your front door with a spring wreath. Here are five of our favourite DIY wreaths (along with the steps to make them) from fellow DIY bloggers. From bright to neutral, modern to traditional – there’s something for everyone!

Have you made your own spring wreath? Share it with The Motherboards by posting it on our Facebook wall or by emailing themoms@themotherboards.ca. Read more

Get Featured on the Motherboards!

Send your project to:
themoms@themotherboards.com

Share Your Talents! Here’s your chance to show the world how crafty you are. If you have a great idea for a craft, are handy with D.I.Y, or throw an amazing party, post your achievement on themotherboards.ca and share your talents with an audience of eager creative types. Impress your friends! Showcase your skills! Build your published portfolio! And become a part of the motherboards community.

Please send your submission to: the moms@themotherboards.ca and include the photos of your project in your email.

What to submit?

Make sure you submit a photo or multiple photos of your project (keep each image under 2 MB please!) and a brief description. And be sure to include a line or two about yourself. We want to give credit where credit is due! All other information is up to you. You can share a complete step-by-step on how you produced your masterpiece or keep it short and sweet and leave it at a snapshot and a description.

We’d love to hear from you, see your creations and share the DIY love on our site.