Every once in a while, inspiration just hits. In this case, inspiration hit while we were reading the book “Old Tracks, New Tricks” by Jessica Petersen. In this book, children are encouraged to get creative and use their imaginations to
Bunnies are awesome. I mean, seriously. They’re so fluffy and hoppy…I love seeing everything bunny during the spring months, and was wanting to do something new with my very popular Seed Packet Valentines, so I came up with the idea
When I was growing up, my mom had us make Valentine’s Day Collage Hearts each year and it was one of my favorite Valentine’s Day activities. I knew it was something my boys would love too, so we had an
Non-candy Valentine’s Day treats as much as possible. I am the mom that loves to find alternatives to giving out candy. Yes, I still allow them to have some candy, but I try to limit it (you know, to
Let me tell you a little secret. Sometimes I get a little stingy when I am making crafts–spending time, spending money…I love making things that are really quick, really cheap, a little quirky, and don’t require a lot of skill.
Crafts you can eat. Could there be anything more wonderful? These Christmas snack ideas are sure to brighten up lunch or snack time during the holiday season. The best part? They’re a healthier option and kid-friendly. These candy canes, Christmas trees, snowflakes, reindeer, and…
Throughout the year, I love to decorate with seasonal decor. This time I was really looking for something fun and classy that could hang on the wall, so I came up with this Frosted Frames winter home decor. My
The Christmas season shows up with a slew of gifts. You wrap them. They unwrap them. You waste a whole lot of Christmas wrapping paper through it all with the scraps that don’t quite fit the size and shape of