Happy Friday everyone!! I would have done this post as a Crafty Quickie – but it wasn’t all that quick. Slightly painstaking, actually. But fun regardless!! **This post contains affiliate links** For her younger son’s first birthday, my cousin requested my help with her party theme. She was throwing a Winnie the Pooh bash, and wanted a recreation of this Winnie the Pooh chalkboard art she found at Crosswhite Photography. … Continue Reading
Baby Photo Cube Given that my side job to my day job and my blog job and my mom job ( lost yet?) is making Birthday Blocks, its pretty understandable that a go-to gift idea for a friend’s new baby is something in block form. Right? Right. When my best friend had her third baby girl, I thought a cute little photo cube would make a nice decorative… Continue Reading
For J’s daycare Valentine’s Day party tomorrow, I wanted to get into the spirit and make valentines for his class with him. I also really, really wanted to use my Cricut’s drawing feature. I haven’t used it since I made the invitations to J’s Finding Nemo birthday party. Actually, the party gave me the idea for the valentines. I haven’t done NEARLY enough with the awesome Disney Cricut cartridge bundle my mom bought me for my birthday last year. J’s definitely a Disney kid, so why not make our own Disney valentines?
I’m so sorry for my absence!! Thank you, thank you to my faithful readers for not abandoning me…I promise I did not abandon you! Yes, I know, I’ve been seriously lacking on posts in the new year. Well, finally, I can share with you part of the reason … We’re expecting #2! We are over the moon with happiness of course, but blogging was relegated to the… Continue Reading
Have I mentioned I love movies? I’m sure I have once or twice…or forty times, whatever. Christmas is a favorite time of year for me for many reasons, including all the wonderful Christmas films and specials I look forward to each year. I have a “Movie Monday” post in the works for next week to go over those in detail, don’t you worry, but until then, I wanted to share… Continue Reading