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
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”
I recently added felt elbow patches to an old jacket. It was so easy to make – literally it took me about 15-20 minutes. All you have to do is cut out hearts from felt. Then use no-sew fabric glue to attach the hearts to your sleeves. I did add a few stitches for decoration and
Kai and I made this easy Valentine’s Day kid craft few years ago (which is why I don’t have photos to go along with the how-to). It’s been sitting on a shelf in the bedroom. I found it the other day and I just had to show you. This craft was so easy to make
I LOVE Christmas. I love the fuzzy feeling leading up to it. It’s so fun to decorate and add joyous warmth to the home. We have a snowy woodland animal theme on our Christmas tree. I have little berries, apples, pears, pine cones and just the cutest little reindeer, foxes and owls. The colors are
I’m in love with this thankful tree that I made for Momtastic.com. It was so easy and the best part – we can use it year after year!! Click here to find out how to make it.
Last Halloween, I purchased some glittery foam bats silhouettes from Michaels. I punched holes in them and turned them into garland. This year for Halloween, I wanted to jazz the bats up a bit with glow-in-the-dark neon green paint (leftover from my son Kai’s glow-in-the-dark bowling birthday party). Here is how I did it: Supplies: black foam