Yep. Another Upcycled Snowman. I can’t help myself. And it’s only the second out of three this week. Just you wait until Friday to see what my three year old made for his Auntie and his Papas & Grandmas this year! If you’ve been reading my blog for long you might remember my Patriotic Upcycled… Read More
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SweeterTogether #CollectiveBias Summer BBQs and family. Sunshine and pool parties. Red, white and blue. Brownies and Ice Cream. Some things are just sweeter together. A patriotic red, white and blue dessert along with an all American scoop of Ice Cream… Read More
Where do you place your utensils when you host a festive Summer BBQ or Patriotic Holiday Party? A plastic cup can quickly become an impromptu Utensil Holder. And plastic cups can be purchased in red or blue which shows a bit of Patriotism, right? I have another solution. My solution requires just 30 minutes to create and the… Read More
My son recently requested that we hang an American Flag. With Memorial Day, Flag Day and Independence Day all in the coming months, summer time felt like a great time to show our patriotism. I love to create almost as much as I love our country’s stars and stripes. And so, rather than hanging an… Read More
A Movie Night Gift Basket is a gift that is fit for just about anyone! Think end of school year or teacher appreciation week, a friend who just had a baby, a newly engaged couple, a neighbor, or ANYONE with a television. This simple to create Movie Night Gift Basket is fun to assemble, comes… Read More
As I’ve mentioned before – I love creating with my little one’s hand prints. Documenting the year with the impression of his hand print brings me absolute joy. So here goes another post created with my lil’ guy’s hand print and this time his foot prints as well! A gift for Valentine’s Day, Birthdays, Mother’s… Read More
Last fall I fell in love with a burlap canvas. Some of my viewers might remember the Simple Fall Burlap Canvas décor I created. I ended that post with: “Stay tuned… this awesome Burlap Canvas is sure to make another appearance dressed in something other than the word “Fall” in the future.” I am still… Read More
I love Christmas traditions. One of my most treasured traditions is making ornaments each year with my boys. My all time favorite homemade ornaments are any of the ones my boys have created with Salt Dough. Their fingerprints are still so vividly recognizable and the impressions of their small fingers is a sweet sweet memory.