It’s Tax Day! How did you fair? Make it on time? Did you owe or get anything back? We did pretty good! Better than last year. Thank goodness!!! LOL. I thought I’d make the most dreaded day of the year for Americans a little more lighthearted with this colorful DIY Pop Art Pennies Craft. All
Last year, I created this craft for Netflix’s StreamTeam. I’m still obsessed with it. Doesn’t it just remind you of when you were in your bedroom playing with Care Bears and He Man figurines? Sigh* I love this stuff. Materials: Shrinky Dink paper (available at Michaels Stores.) – I chose the frosted kind for some
Years ago when I was the Lifestyle Editor for Parenting magazine, I created this oh-so-cute garland for the backyard. It’s so colorful and happy. I need to do it again. I got the idea from Tibetan prayer flags. Here is a link to parenting.com for complete instructions. Here is a quick how-to: 1: Cut canvas
I’m so obsessed with these adorable flower pots that I created using paper and Mod Podge. The green one represents my son Kai, the yellow one me and the blue my husband Alex. I think they are so fun for a spring craft. Check out a complete how to on momtastic.com.
Peeps + sushi = cuteness overload. I recently created these for Parent and Child magazine’s website: scholastic.com. Click here to get a complete how-to.
This craft literally cracks me up! I recently created it for Momtastic.com. Click here for a complete how-to. In the meantime, enjoy the photos. Check out other Easter crafts I created: Countdown to Easter Board Easy DIY Pipe Cleaner Easter Bunny
Easter is almost here…let the countdown begin! 3..2..1.. Get your kids excited with this easy to make “Countdown to Easter” board. Each day, your kids will open one of the eggs and find the jellybeans inside. Here is how you do it: Materials needed: Plastic Easter Eggs OL1025WX 1” circle labels from Onlinelabels.com Glue dots
It’s time to celebrate spring with pipe cleaner fairies!! They are so simple to make and oh so cute. Materials needed: wooden beads paint paint brush pipecleaners scissors flower petals craft foam glue dots skewer Instructions: Step 1: Paint faces on wooden beads. Let dry (They dry quickly. The paint soaks into the wood fast.)
Spring is here!!!! The bees are starting buzz about and I’m starting to garden again (strawberries and tomatoes anyone? J/K I just planted them this past weekend). For Easter this year I thought it be fun to make these super simple but super cute Easter bunny eggs. Materials needed: Easter egg dye (I just
Childhood should be filled with magic and dreams of rainbows ending in a pot of gold. That’s why I think St. Patrick’s Day is such a fun holiday for kids. It’s a day to celebrate all of it. This year, I’m class mom and I thought it’d be fun to make little “pots of gold”