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DIY: Kids Art Temporary Tattoo

There are many challenging things about being a parent and most of those challenges were to be expected, since I read about them in parenting books.  But the one challenge I was not prepared for was the abundant amount of art my child would produce and endless decisions of what to do with it all.  Every scribble, stroke, and dot-a-dot is precious but soon turns into piles and piles and more piles of mini-masterpieces.  Does anyone else have a pang of guilt when a few of these masterpieces are tossed in the recycling?...more

Burlap and Denim DIY Wreath

Just before we get into the randomness of my post which will take you from making a wreath to my desk to yes even an outfit let's just take a second to enjoy the Sunday Night sunset. Is this not a glorious site ( and I am not talking about me in my slippers, I am talking that sky)....more

10 Toilet Paper Roll Crafts (You Won’t See Me Making)

Let me be honest with you. Pinterest has me hooked and addicted, but as a mom of four, there really isn’t time to do everything I’ve been pinning. But every time I sit down squat quickly over the toilet [before one of the four starts to cry] to take a pee, I can’t help but wish I could turn my collection of empty toilet paper rolls into something more. Today I bring to you the list of 10Toilet Paper Roll Crafts (You Won’t See Me Making) except for in my dreams....more

Offbeat Holidays in June - 44 June Bucket List Ideas

We like to do snacks, crafts, and activities based on weird holidays. Every day is an excuse to celebrate something. We need no excuse to party. This was intended to be a quick post, since I look up this kind of stuff anyways, but instead it grew into a giant roundup of celebratoriness. This is, perhaps, the best post ever. SO MUCH FUN in one post! It's like a bucket list for the month of June. This post has a lot of ideas homeschoolers and preschool moms could use to take a break from the pesky worksheets and stuff....more

Coconut Oil for Sunburns: Just in Time for Summer!

I am a big proponent for coconut oil. I slather the stuff on my skin; use it in my baking and as an agent for soothing sunburn. Coconut oil works wonders as a moisturizer, so when I came home from the beach the other day with a nasty sunburn on the backs of my legs (we’ve all been there, you know, that upper part near your butt that you always miss when you put on sunscreen), I decided to try a little coconut love. ...more
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Wooden Spoon Garden Labels

Giant Jenga Game

Hello my beautiful followers!  My step-son is graduating this year....more

How to: A simple table setting with DIY watercolor napkins

 Remember when I told you about my idea to use our wedding china as our everyday tableware? Well, for the past few weeks we've been doing just that, alongside a few extra additions to the table setting, and I couldn't be happier with the results. For such a small change, it really makes quite an impact on our small apartment.Months ago, I was inspired by none other than the amazing which provided a tutorial for bright and beautiful watercolor linens. ...more

Quick, Crazy-Simple, and Fail-Free Rag Quilt Tutorial

Are you in a hurry to make a quilt? If you answered YES then this is the project for you! ...more