4 Pinterest Craft Ideas That Won’t Fail

pinterest craft ideas

Moving the country has probably opened up a lot of time and given you plenty of space. If you’re wondering what to do with it all, crafting and baking may come to mind. Pinterest is a great place to get new and fun ideas, but the problem is, those “easy” ideas from Pinterest don’t always work out. That’s why we get funny blogs like this one and this one, both of which could scare you away from Pinterest projects forever.

Fortunately, we dug up a few hard-to-fail craft ideas that anyone can do. Go ahead and start clearing some counter space in the kitchen and get your craft room prepped. Here are 4 Pinterest craft ideas that won’t fail.

Garden Markers

Grab some smooth stones, paint pens, and get to work. These garden markers are easy, and they’ll help you organize your fruits and vegetables when you’re ready to start planting. Even the kids can help out with this easy craft.

pinterest garden markers


The Sea Glass Effect

With a little bit of Elmer’s glue and food coloring, you can give any glass in your home an instant sea glass makeover. Candlestick holders, mirrors, tumblers—the possibilities are endless. And the results are stunning

pinterest sea glass craft


Confetti Glasses

These tumblers are adorable and make for great conversation starters. Similar glasses can be purchased at high-end stores, or you could just make your own. Start with the tumbler and several paint pens. In no time, you’ll have confetti glasses that everyone will love.


pinterest confetti glasses


Glowing Pathway

For this project, you’ll need some serious space. Get paving stones, glow-in-the-dark paint, and pebbles to fill the cracks. Brush on the paint, let them dry, and then place your pathway. Finish the look with your pebbles. During the day, the sun will recharge the paint. At night, you’ll have a glowing pathway.

pinterest glowing pathway

Are you excited to get started? These crafts will help you make your new land feel like home right away. And who knows? Once you’ve built some confidence with these easy crafts, maybe you’ll have the courage to try some of the projects others have failed. Good luck!