This Halloween projects is one of my favorite projects that I’ve ever made. They turned out so good. I used a lot of things that I already had and just had to buy a few essentials like foam letters, which were the most expensive. But if you’re a double or triple Michaels couponer like me,
Next time you entertain this summer, whether it’s for the Fourth of July or a pool party, these Watermelon-Strawberry Mojito Smoothies are sure to cool off your guests. Ingredients: Mint Lime juice Watermelon Strawberries Water Directions: The amount of each is up to you and your taste. I just throw it all in my nifty
Are you throwing a 4th of July BBQ or pool party? Here are some simple 4th of July decorations made out of paper plates and washi tape. It’s an easy project that your kids can do while you’re prepping for the rest of the party. It’s so easy to make. You use kid watercolors to
Cheers to you, Dad! Print out these cool bottle and cigar labels and make Father’s Day extra special. I also designed Root Beer labels so your kid can “pop a cold one open” with Dad. Click here for the downloads. Here are some more Father’s Day projects you can make: Dad’s Stache Jar Pop’s
Celebrate dear ol’ dad with a fun night filled with movies and popcorn. I recently designed this movie treat tray and popcorn boxes for onlinelabels.com. Click here for the complete how-to and FREE downloadable printable. Check out more of my Father’s Day crafts and projects. Dad’s Stache Jar Father’s Day Beer and Cigar Labels
Last year, Kai made his dad a “stache” jar – mustache – get it? Of course you do. ha! (He even made one for his teacher, Mr. Doak, and his grandpa.) It was so easy, we just bought some sticker letters and mustache stickers from Michaels and put them on a jar. It literally took
Hey Dads, Yeah! I’m talking to you!!! Together with your child, make this special gift for Mother’s Day this year. This is even a fun idea for grandma. And once the plant dies, because it most likely will (at least if it’s in my house), mom and grandma will have a special tea cup made
This year for Mother’s Day I thought I’d treat my mom to some pampering and made her three DIY all-natural body scrubs . (Even though I’m an adult, she still takes care of me and everyone else in our family.) I prepared three different kinds of scrubs for her: 1. Oatmeal and Coffee Scrub 2.
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