Sun-catchers are an amazing thing, and I always appreciate the charm they add to my windows day as well as night. I always have held a special place in my heart for them since I was a little girl, and it's because my first memory of a sun-catcher was at my Nana's home. My grandmother always had one in her window, and I remember when it was time for a nap how the sun would hit the crystal just right… Little rainbows arching all across the walls, ceilings and carpet. What's a little girl not to love?...more
These bird feeders make it easy to watch birds in the backyard. I helped my daughter make these for a science project at school. We made them out of recycled materials, including a paper towel roll, a shoebox lid, and a milk carton....more
It's been a few months since we did our last window cling project. The holiday season and successive Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas themed window clings, resulted in window cling burnout for my kids....more
This past weekend I facilitated the coloring of Easter Eggs with my three and four year olds. The ordeal unfolded much like the way training an Angora rabbit to use a lint roller might.
As with everything, it was a learning experience. I’d like to share some of the lessons I learned with you so that you might adjust your own egg dying session accordingly.
I have realized since we lived the student life for almost all our marriage, I don’t have very many decorations. I have decided that since my husband finished vet school last May, I am going to decorate better....more