Kirsty Stewart
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Wow wow wow! Look how amazing this beetlejuice look is! I'd love to recreate this using some wash out hair colour, some deep purple shadows and a stripey costume too. A look to put your own twist on to make it as simple or complex as you like!

Tim Burton's cult-classic beetlejuice can be a difficult look to master (especially if you want to err on the side of colorfully cute rather than full on zombie-esque), but by skipping the moldy skin and using face paints and makeup instead, you'll avoid

Gift Ideas for Poor Creative Souls (13)

Here is a super simple afternoon summer project. Go on a walk, find some cool rocks, come home, paint them and varnish them! Painting stones has to be one of the cheapest forms of art and a wonderful way to give someone an inexpensive but thoughtful gift.

Do it yourself ideas and projects: 50 Magical DIY Ideas with Sea Shells

DIY your photo charms, compatible with Pandora bracelets. Do it yourself ideas and projects: 50 Magical DIY Ideas with Sea Shells

Go Green: For this ephemeral nameplate, take a walk with a purpose, collecting such items as leaves, stems, and twigs. Back home, have your child write his name lightly in pencil on sturdy paper. Glue the natural items over the penciled lines.

Write your name in natural finds - take a walk with a purpose, collecting such items as leaves, stems, and twigs. Back home, have your child write his name lightly in pencil on sturdy paper. Glue the natural items over the penciled lines.

Christmas craft for the kids. crafts-and-ideas

My Note: Maybe a cookie cutter or other mold can be used to create a basic shape and also food coloring for color - Dried glue snowman ornament. What a cute, easy, and simple activity!