The friends and family who know me well know that I am a sucker for planning a fun party. My son's birthday is at the end of March, and as soon as the Christmas and New Year holidays come to an end, I get excited because that's when I get to start planning his party!
Since I was young, I've always been very organized with the little details: labels, coordinating colors, personalized touches that I think bring the entire party together. It becomes a fun celebration and experience for all of our guests.
Needle felting is one of those crafts that seems really daunting, but is actually very easy. If you can poke something with a needle, you can do needle felting. My first adventure into needle felting was inspired by some wool hearts I had left over from another Valentine's Day project. I just knew I could repurpose them into something new and cute. ...more
Create your own unique Valentine's Day photo booth artwork! It's the perfect activity for a creative Valentine's Day card for Grandma, a fun crafting party, or those cabin-feverish winter weekends when the kids start going crazy by 10 am....more
Hello! I’m so happy to announce an exciting new project that some bloggy buddies and I have agreed to participate in! If you hadn’t guessed, it’s called 40 Bags in 40 Days and is exactly what it sounds like. ...more
Now that January is upon us, it's time to think about organizing our lives and making things a little simpler. From coupons to those dreaded to-do lists, these apps will organize us, freeing up some precious time we all seem to covet and help us save money, too.
This past week I decided to make some Valentine's Day themed discovery bottles for my babies. Discovery bottles are a great way for infants and toddlers to have a fun sensory experience and some playful learning.
These simple DIY toys will allow little ones to explore: