Crafts + DIYs
Crafts and DIYs
How To Trim and Fold Printable Cards and Envelopes
A quick tutorial for printing, trimming, and assembling print at home greeting cards and envelopes.
Crochet Classroom Valentines
With the holidays over and the decorations coming down, and all the retailers trotting out their Valentine's Day wares, I wanted to share a cute, quick, and easy craft you can do for your child's class room Valentine exchange.
DIY Bath Salts
I really, really love baths. The only thing that can take a bath to the next level, are bath add ons. Bath bombs, bubbles, fizzes, and of course, salts.
Mr. J’s Batman Birthday Party
Hi folks! One thing you may not know about me is that I LOVE throwing parties. I love coming up with one of a kind decorations, games, food, etc around a common theme. In the past, I’ve done vintage toys for Mr. A’s first birthday, The Very Hungry Caterpillar for a baby shower, Richard Scary’s Cars and Trucks and Things That Go (once for each of my boys….it’s a popular book in our house), Pikmin (a cult classic Nintendo game), Harry Potter, and a Little Gentleman theme for Mr. J’s first birthday. Don’t even get me started on Halloween! I LOVE Halloween and Halloween parties are always such fun! Today,…
It’s PBJ Time! – Free Cut File!
Remember that old dancing banana cartoon singing about peanut butter jelly time? Today I'm sharing a free cut file for it!
Letters From Santa
Wow! What a month! Since posting my free Fir Tree Washcloth pattern last month, I’ve been busy focusing on market prep and holidays and more importantly, spending time with my family. That’s what it is all about, after all! The other day, I posted a picture of my Christmas tree on Instagram and talked about our yearly ornament tradition. We have several traditions, as I’m sure all of you do too, and since I have two little kids, one of our traditions is letters to Santa, and of course, receiving a reply! In the past, I have typically had them write their letters, then used the USPS North Pole Postmark service…