This DIY Growth Chart Ruler is super easy to make and it’s such a great idea because now you can measure your children, have a beautiful keepsake and take it with you if you move.
The cool thing about the photo cube is that there are six sides, allowing you to use six photos. It’s a pretty clever way to showcase your pics. While this gift is great for Mother’s Day, it can work for any special occasion.
Earth Day is coming up and what better way to honor the holiday then by being kind to our planet and the animals that live on it. While we were cleaning up our yard over the weekend we collected many twigs and pine cones. And instead of throwing them in another large pile in our yard, we decided to make bird feeders with them.
I’ve always had a big interest in protecting our planet. Starting a compost pile is very easy and can cost almost nothing to get started. It’s low-maintenance and may only require five minutes a week.
Our kitchen was in desperate need of a makeover. Here are five quick and affordable ways to makeover your kitchen on a budget. In total, we spent a couple hundred dollars and could not be happier with the finished look!
I have heard nothing but rave reviews from other bloggers who had a chance to see it and it seems this film has something for everyone. In celebration of Zootopia opening in theaters everywhere, I wanted to share some free coloring pages for your kids.
Paperwork in my eyes is anything paper that comes in from the outside world and now needs to be filed away somewhere, documented somewhere, or discarded. My organization tips will help you get started and don’t require you to spend too much money.
I’ve made a simple Thanksgiving card template and wanted to share it with all of you. We chose to customize our card with leaf printing, but your kids can draw a picture, use stamps, finger paint etc…the possibilities are endless!
We have less than one week to go until Thanksgiving and I’m getting excited for all of it. The gathering of family, the yummy food, the decor and time off from work. I created this adorable place mat template our kids can eat off of this holiday, sharing exactly what they are thankful for.
If you have small children like me, then you’re probably looking for some easy, no-carve pumpkin ideas. I visited The Rhode Show on WPRI 12 Monday to demonstrate some simple ways to make unique pumpkin creations with the kids.
We are officially one week away from the big day, but there’s still plenty of time to do some activities to get your kids in the spirit! Check out my video tutorial on DIY Paper Lanterns, Hand-print Spiders and Toilet Paper Tube Frankensteins.