Making ornaments can be a fun, family tradition. Not only do they add charm to your tree, but they also make great handmade gifts. Today, I’m going to show you how to make these cute, Christmas, wood-slice ornaments. Read More
Our kids are always helping in the kitchen. As of late, their aprons have been in desperate need of replacing. Today I’m sharing these easy kitchen towel aprons I made for them. Read More
Here is a diy, fall, rag-wreath that you can easily make with your kiddos to spruce up your home for the coming season.
A few weeks ago I saw an adorable, gingham garland at Hobby Lobby. Instead of buying it, I decided to try my own knock-off version.
It’s been forever since I’ve posted a do-it-yourself project, but this t-shirt was too easy and fun not to share!
Don’t you love that moment when you discover a new organizing hack or product that makes your life just a teensy bit more amazing? Read More
Am I the only one that has a basket full of yarn taking up space in a closet? Every once in a while I’ll pull it out to do a crochet project, but what inevitably happens is a barrage of children begging me to make ‘something fun’ with it. Read More
Growing up, there where two big chests that sat under the basements stairs. (Old ones that were made from some kind of metal and weighed about as half as much as an elephant.) When the last Thanksgiving festivity was over, Christmas was ushered in as those two chests were laboriously carried up the stairs to the living room. Read More
Last week our two-year old son proudly brought a headless snake into the house (it was probably a casualty from the lawn mower). I am still saying prayers of gratitude that he brought it to his dad and not me. 😉 Really this is a common occurrence, not the headless snake part, but the joy and excitement of finding things outside. Read More