Even if you only have a few extra minutes in the morning, you can create fun lunches for your child by decorating their brown paper bags with custom designs. You don’t need a pantry filled with miniature cookie cutters or gourmet bento boxes…. With a sharpie, glue stick, and
Whether you’re buying new binders or reusing binders from last year, there is no reason to show up with plain binders on the first day of school. With a few simple supplies you can make this school binder craft to transform an ordinary, inexpensive 3-ring binder into a fun and
Sometimes, no matter how hard you try, you have to create something last minute. With the Fourth of July… being only two days away, I’ve put together a super quick and easy tutorial so you can create your own big-impact decor with items that you might already have on hand.
Looking for some fun activities to do this summer? We have you covered. In the 180 Summer Activities eBook, you will be inspired by all the fun ways you can connect with your family and keep boredom at bay. Whether its going on a bike ride, making cookies, or going …
This is a simple sandpaper T-shirt craft project that will keep the kids entertained this summer…. The best part about this craft, is that you can make it for under $5.00. I already had used crayons on hand, so a trip to the local dollar store and we were
If I’m being honest, the last couple of summers at my house were not exactly box office hits for my oldest child. Two summers ago, my little girl was born, and last summer, I was plain and simply unprepared…. Fun was still had, but it happened amid disorganized chaos,
It’s important to set aside “me time…” during the day. There are days where my patience is running thin and things just aren’t going smoothly. Those are the days when I need to sit down and focus on something completely different to help my mind reset.
I love holiday parties. I especially love throwing kids parties…. I get a kick out of planning everything! I’m a party person! You know what else I am? A cheap person. I am always try to be thrifty while planning out my parties! Why throw a party that you’ll
Christmas is not too far away and we’re getting into the spirit of the season by making ornaments for our tree. Today we’re going to teach you how to make a Popsicle stick sled ornament.
To make this ornament you’ll need:
- 12-14 wooden craft sticks (Popsicle sticks)
It is great to have a craft that incorporates fine motor skills, patterns, creativity…, and just plain fun. Here is a Halloween spider craft for kids that accomplishes each of those things. For each spider, you will need a Styrofoam ball, four black chenille stems (I call them pipe