Seasonal Blocks

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Did you know the 4 seasons of the year all have the same number of letters in their names? These seasonal blocks are such a fun decor you can keep on display all year long! I made these with my mother in law and 2 sister in laws over the holidays while the boys watched sports on TV all day. Materials Needed: 1- 4x4 piece of wood cut into 4 inch blocks. We bought ours at Home Depot and they cut these for us right there in the store- perfect! Paint & Paint Brushes Vinyl Letters. If … [Read more...]

Mermaid Party- Make Your Own Mermaid Tails

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I recently featured the creative party invites we made for Leah's mermaid party, but now I want to show you something else we created that was a hit with the little swimmers- mermaid tails made from beach towels. Materials Needed: Beach towel Ribbon (long enough to tie in a bow around each girl's waist Rubber band Directions: Place a beach towel around her waist with the long part hanging down like a train of a dress. Tie your ribbon in a bow around her waist and then fold … [Read more...]

Blueberry Season: 10 Delicious Blueberry Recipes

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Blueberries are one of my favorite things to snack on. I love how you never know if the one you pop in your mouth is going to be super sweet or tart and tangy! If you haven't noticed, blueberry season is in full swing, I picked up a huge case of them at a local grocery store for $2.99!!! Even though I could probably eat the whole thing as is, it's always fun to create something with them. Check out these delicious blueberry recipes, then go out and pick up some blueberries for yourself! 1. … [Read more...]

Road Trip Travel Trays

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My kids are only 3.5 and 2 years old, and they don't quite play most travel games yet, so in order to keep them busy on our road trips, I made some Road Trip Travel Trays! I picked up two cookies sheets at the dollar store and spray painted them with Krylon Chalk Board paint- super simple! I love these trays because they are fun and multi-functional- let me show you a bunch of different options: Option 1: A COLORING TRAY I got some clamp magnets at the dollar store. The crayon holder … [Read more...]

My Little Adventure Pack: How to make a drawstring bag

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Kids + Summer Time = Lots of Fun Adventures! With the weather being hot, I find myself often distributing water bottles, small snacks and my kids favorite toys to take on their adventures. But what do you put all these little things in?  I'll show you how to make a drawstring bag! Materials: 2 pieces of fabric, 11 1/2 inches by 15 inches A few scraps of fabric Heat Bond Iron-on Transfer Paper (The kind you can sew on) An Iron and ironing board Sewing Machine and matching … [Read more...]

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