Yesterday was the last day of winter break for my Kindergartener, so to celebrate we decided to get crafty for Valentine’s Day. I love the way our sun catchers turned out so much, they may stay up long after Valentine’s Day. After all, what’s a playroom without a few handmade hearts? This is a super […]
Every November panic starts to set in as I search for that Christmas-card-perfect outfit for each member of my family. Then I have to find the perfect place to take our pictures. And then, room on the calendar to take said pictures. I love it, and it totally stresses me out too. This year, thanks […]
While I go all out decorating for Halloween and Christmas, Thanksgiving is kind of suck in the middle without any real decorations. This year, I decided to get into the Thanksgiving spirit by creating a few printables that I could print out and frame. It is a super simple way to add a festive feel […]
The easiest, cheapest seasonal decorations — free printables. From signs that can be swapped out of standard picture frames monthly, to banners and tags they are super-duper cute and make a big impact. I rounded up 30 of the cutest free Thanksgiving printables I’ve been pinning. (I pin a lot of printables, so make sure […]
Some of the best gifts, those that really leave the recipient with that feeling of “Wow,” are handmade. There is just something extra special about a gift that is made just for you. In a house full of tech toys, this low-key, DIY Fort Kit remains one of my girls favorites. Easy with a powerful impact […]
As much as I love the annual pumpkin carving (and I really do love it), I am also a fan of no-carve pumpkin decor. Creating no-carve pumpkins give me the ability to be creative and enjoy my results all month. For that reason, I have an ever-growing collection of faux pumpkins that I have decorated. Each year I make something new, and this year I decided to create my pumpkin with Duck Tape®.
My soon-to-be Kindergartener is all excited about learning to read. We have been practicing sight words all summer, and she is now discovering the thrill of seeing those words in a sentence and reading it. Now reading short, entry-level books, she has come a long way since the end of school year when she didn’t […]