Growing up, I always loved to go fishing with my family. Occasionally when we visit, the grandparents will take our boys fishing now as well. My husband grew up doing some fishing as well, but it wasn’t until more recently
Unicorns are all the rage right now. It’s like getting part of my childhood back with all these bright colors and unicorns like we had in the ’90s. To celebrate the trend, I created adorable Plastic Easter Egg Unicorns to
Chemistry has always been a love of mine…the Periodic Table, reactions, experimenting…what better way to share the love of chemistry and others than with these super fun printable Chemistry Valentines for Kids (with chemistry facts)?! This post contains affiliate
Homemade ornaments are some of my favorite ornaments. The last several years we’ve been doing a “family tree” that has fun colored lights, flickering candle lights, and loads of homemade and sentimental ornaments. This year we decided to make ornaments
Growing up, I remember my grandpa had two adorable basset hounds, Bart and Tipsy. Perhaps it’s because of them, but I just love basset hounds, so I decided they would be focus of my dog coloring page for adults.
Kids never run out of energy. They are always learning and exploring and getting into things. We parents, on the other hand, often need time to rest and recover or just get things done around the house without constant interruptions.
Doughnuts are delightful, aren’t they?! Cake doughnuts…sprinkle doughnuts…French twists…long johns…oh what sweet words to the ears. We all had so much fun making this 3D Paper Plate Doughnuts Craft for Kids a while back for National Doughnut Day! This