Happy fall everyone! Even though the past few weeks have been a little crazy-busy for me, I squeezed time in to make something for fall. I decided to try my hand at marbling. This is a popular trend all over Pinterest, so why not give these easy marbled pumpkins a try?
I would have loved to title this post “How to score major cool mom points” but that wouldn’t be good for SEO, so I stuck with this…
My oldest son turned 10 this summer and for his birthday he wanted an awesome Nerf gun party.
We had our Fourth of July picnic a little early this year to accommodate everyone’s schedules, and I made these red, white and blue tassels to hang on my patio umbrellas to add some patriotism to our picnic. Read more
With July almost here, I thought now would be a good time to share how to make an American flag for your yard. Who knows, maybe you have the materials already and don’t even know it!! Read more
When the decision was made to paint on the Mort Family’s chair, I needed to create a stencil that was bigger than the norm, so after doing some research, I found a way to make my own stencil using a plastic folder and Photoshop!
Today I am going to show you how I made these curtain ribbon tie-backs for the Mort Family’s baby room.
While working for The Mort Family, we wanted to put some art on the wall in the baby’s room. Sometimes the best projects happen “on the fly” so to speak, and this framed art using Christmas ornaments is the perfect example. It was really easy!
As a mother of four children, we attend a fair amount of birthday parties. The cost of purchasing gifts can add up over time, so I am always hunting for discounts and clearance racks for things to throw in a gift bag or add to a small gift already purchased.
I found this hat for a dollar….yes, one hundred pennies, ten dimes, four quarters, one dollar!! When something is just a dollar it is no trouble to buy it and save it for later. Read more