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Disney Party Invites


Hi friends! We have an exciting event happening this Saturday in One Artsy Mama land. Disney is giving us a chance to celebrate their newest program Disney Imagicademy and the arrival of their brand new app “Mickey’s Magical Math World“! We get to invite several of our little friends over to play some games, have some snacks, and most importantly, try out the new app! I (Erin) came up with this invitation design to set the mood for a fun-filled space-themed Disney party! (more…)

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About Erin Kerst

Hi, I'm Erin, Amy's best friend and right hand gal, and writer of "Crafty Chaos". In my past life, I worked in a science museum, performing large scale science shows and writing children's programs, but now I'm rocking the stay-at-home mom thing with my blonde army (three boys, aged 1, 3, and 4). Throw in 2 dogs and 2 cats, and it's truly chaotic (but I wouldn't have it any other way!)

Unicorn Jewelry

Hey, friends! Have you ever heard the saying, “Always be yourself. Unless you can be a unicorn. Then, always be a unicorn.” I have a group of friends who totally identifies with that saying. This year, we exchanged names as Secret Santas and agreed that we’d specifically have a unicorn theme for our gift exchange; how fun is that? Here’s what I created for my partner.


{some of mine were provided by ImpressArt and/or Goody Beads. Links below are affiliate links.}
- Memory Wire {Bracelet size}
- 3 mm Memory Wire End Caps
- 6 mm Purple Miracle Beads
- 6 mm Antique Silver Sand Resin Beads
- Crimp Tubes
- Wire Cutters
- Crimp Tool or Pliers
- Jewelry Glue

- Cube Soft Strike Stamping Blank
- Metal Stamp with Unicorn Design
- Stamping Hammer
- Black Permanent Marker
- Jewelry Polishing Cloth
- Steel Stamping Block


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Clay Snowflakes

It’s Friday, so you know what that means…Material of the Month! Today, I’ve got a fun and easy project for you that you can make with the kiddos: Clay Snowflakes.


These are such fun to make, and just like real snowflakes, each one will be totally unique! Kids will love working with the clay and decorating their snowflakes however they like. You can hang them in the windows, from the ceiling, or just about anywhere you can imagine. Just think how pretty it would be to have a whole flurry of them hanging in a hallway! I’m over on Tampico’s blog this month sharing a step by step tutorial for how we made ours, so I’d love for you to stop by and visit for the full instructions!

Also, don’t forget about our Material of the Month contest! Send us photos of your clay projects and one lucky winner will receive a pack of Sculpey Soufflé clay along with a starter pack of tools!

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Miniature “LOVE” Canvas Art

I’ve got a fun Valentine’s Day art project to share with you today that even your smallest crafters can do! If they’re 6 or older like my Little Crafter, they can handle the whole thing by themselves with just a bit of supervision, and if they’re smaller, they’ll still enjoy it with some more hands-on help.

Miniature "Love" Canvas Art

- Miniature canvas and easel
- DecoArt Acrylic or Multi-Surface Paint
- Alphabet Stickers


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Valentine’s Day Heart Shaped Wine Charms

Valentine’s Day will be here in less than a month! As you plan your romantic dinners or perhaps a night with some girlfriends, here are some sweet and sparkly little wine charms you can create in no time at all…and they feature our material of the month, clay!

Wine Charms

- Sculpey Soufflé Clay {white}
- clay tools or rolling pin and toothpick
- Mini Metal Cutters: Basic Shapes {heart}
- Mod Podge, any formula
- fine glitter {we used Martha Stewart glitter}
- foil lined baking sheet
- wire hoops
- jump rings
- pliers


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