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.
My BFF Jessica finally had the party of her dreams: a rainbow unicorn party including princess castle bounce house. She had been planning this party for weeks. In fact, she had to postpone it due to rain because she really wanted the bounce house.
As class mom, I wanted to send Kai to school with something healthy and spirited for Halloween. These little pumpkin treats did the trick. All I did was peel a bunch of tangerines, which took about 10 minutes. Then cut tiny strips of celery
Kai’s BFF Beahr recently celebrated his 9th birthday. Even though he didn’t have a party, we had to give him a gift. He is such a special friend and sweet, sweet boy. Since his name is Beahr, I’ve been dreaming how to incorporate a
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
I’ve been really digging Mod Podge lately. I’ve used it at least once a week for the past month. I recently created these DIY organizational jars with just Mod Podge, mason jars and paper for Momtastic.com. Click here for the tutorial.
I was cleaning out of my studio the other day and I found some fun scrapbook paper that I’ve been holding on to for quite a while. I am a pack rat and I really needed to clean out my goods. So instead of
I’m in love with the woven, yarn and string trend in art, crafts, jewelry and even home décor. Even though it’s the dead heat of the summer, it gives you a warm cozy feeling. Lately, because of the heat, I’m dreaming of those cool
I was just hit with the worst stomach virus I’ve had in over 10 years. I couldn’t get out of bed for five days. My son Kai also felt it, but not as hard. THANK GOODNESS!!! I would hate to see him suffer like that.
For Kai’s glow-in-the-dark party, I made him a special one-of-a-kind shirt. It was so easy. I have to admit, the shirt is a bit big, but that’s okay he’ll grow into it! Materials: Shirt Iron Scissors Lighting bolt shape (I found mine on Google