Spruce up your little girl’s flip flops to look patriotic for the Fourth of July this year! This project fits anyone’s budget . . . find flip flops for $1 at Old Navy (during their great sale) OR at Wal-Mart (that’s where I got mine!) I love how this pair looks like fireworks – perfect for the Fourth 😉 And this project is a ‘no-sew project’ so even if you don’t sew, you can still do this fun project!
Looking for an easy way to spruce up your old flip flops into something cute and chic for summer???
DIY Flip Flops with Trim
If you’ve seen my other flip flop post, you know how much I love my flip flops 😉 I just got these pretty light pink flip flops from Old Navy and I decided they needed a little fixing up. And – when I was recently at JoAnn’s, I found a pack of 6 different trims for less than $3!! I knew as soon as I saw the gold and pink and cream that I HAD to use them on my flip flops!
How to Make a Genuine Greek Frappe
NO SEWING KNOWLEDGE IS REQUIRED FOR THIS DIY YARN WREATH!
Summer is meant to be spent outdoors doing fun outside activities, soaking up the sun, playing in the pool, I agree! But, sometimes it’s just plain too HOT and HUMID to be outside, right?! Or it’s just one of those dreary, overcast rainy days like I’ve had here in Ohio the past few days. So, when you need a break from the sun or an afternoon project cozying up on the couch with a good movie, we’ve got an easy diy project that can be done in an afternoon. This DIY yarn wreath with felt roses is such a fun craft to make!
DIY Kids’ Dry Erase Marker Table
WHIP UP SOME OF THIS HEALTHY AND DELICIOUS HOMEMADE GRANOLA USING PANTRY INGREDIENTS. IT TRULY IS QUICK TO PREP, SUPER EASY, AND CUSTOMIZABLE TO JUST HOW YOU LIKE IT!
Ready to try this granola?!? Just mix up some oil, water, vanilla and salt and pour it over a bowl of oats, sugar and nuts. Once you mix it all together and spread it onto cookie sheets, you’re about done with the work, you’ll just need to stir it every 30 minutes while it is in the oven. Once it is crunchy and cooled, you can add in whatever dried fruit you like!
I made a large batch and put walnuts and craisins in one half, and almonds and a chopped up tropical trail mix in the other. They were both delicious and stayed fresh in my pantry for several weeks. It is certainly worth a little extra time one day to make enough breakfast for dozens of days! We love having this breakfast option for those days we need a quick and filling breakfast.
- 7 cups quick oats
- 7 cups old fashioned oats
- 2 cups brown sugar
- 3-4 cups nuts
- 1 cup oil
- 1 cup hot water
- 2 Tbs vanilla
- 1 Tbs salt
- Combine oats, sugar and nuts in a large bowl.
- In a small bowl, mix together oil, water, vanilla and salt.
- Pour the liquid mixture over the dry ingredients.
- Spread in 3 large pans and bake at 225° for 2 1/2 - 3 hours. Stir every 30 minutes.
- Let cool and add in any other ingredients.