Show your tech crazy dad how much you appreciate him with this list of Father’s Day gift ideas, all designed for the dad who loves his gadgets!
Welcome back to another month dedicating to de-stashing my craft room clutter! Every month, a group of bloggers challenge each other to create a new craft or project from their own stash of goodies! You must create something primarily from your stash, using a max of $10 for extra supplies, if necessary, to complete your project. Scroll all the way through to see some awesome creations you might be able… Continue Reading
Winter is a really difficult time with young kids if the weather isn’t conducive to outside activity, am I right? I feel like every time I’m grabbing groceries at Walmart I feel the need to do a detour to the toys/game section to find something new to occupy my kids. I don’t want them watching TV constantly, but it seems like they can’t keep themselves occupied longer than a minute!
So I get REALLY excited when I can come up with play date gold – like games that make them move.
It’s time for the Monthly Destash! This month, I sort of cheated. Yeah….I started this challenge and I cheated. But actually not. This month, I decided to destash a project I started THREE YEARS AGO. Three years ago, I had this great idea. I took my son’s hand prints in specific colors to create Avengers art out of them….sounds good, right? Did at the time! I took them on large… Continue Reading
Start a fun new tradition this season and pay it forward by “elfing” your friends and neighbors! Make your own elf basket for some added cheer with this fun and easy tutorial – plus some great ideas for what to fill it with!
Welcome to the 2016 Ornament Exchange & Blog Hop! This year, there are 11 pairs of partners or 22 talented ladies participating in the exchange. The rules of the challenge were simple – create a handmade ornament for under $15 to exchange with a partner and create a tutorial to share on the blog hop! I was partnered up with Shirley from Intelligent Domestications. We exchanged emails and talked about… Continue Reading
Make an easy magnetic morning routine board to help the kiddos stay on track for school!
Normally when we have a boys sleepover at our house, we just rely on the basement playroom and various toys to keep the kids occupied until closer to bedtime when we usually go the movie-and-popcorn route. Since it was a sleepover/birthday party, I decided to make things a little more festive. A quick trip to Walmart and less than $20 worth of supplies and my imagination got to work.