It’s official, parents, you’re kids have been in school for 100 days!! I love school mom projects and celebrating 100 days in school is the perfect reason to break out my Cricut and start crafting. This is an easy one so if you’ve only got a day or two to make it happen, just download my Pokémon 100 Days of School digital cut file and make your very own 100 Days of School Pokémon Shirt. [Read more…]
Gotta Catch ‘Em All, Pokémon! Anyone with a little one into Pokémon knows that catch-phrase like the back of their hand. My seven-year-old son is officially obsessed with Pokémon so making these DIY Pokémon Ornaments for him just seemed so fitting. Check out my easy instruction below
I don’t usually make ornaments but my son spotted these online for a hefty price and my immediate thought was, “I can make that”! I wasn’t sure he’d actually say yes, OK Mom go ahead and make me those, but of course, [Read more…]
It’s always tough when someone you love is not well. I’ve have always found that a handmade card, especially from a child, is enough to brighten anyones hardest day. My son and I love making homemade cards for birthdays, holidays, and everything in between. Check out our latest super easy and thoughtful DIY Get Well Soon Card he made for his Grandpa. [Read more…]
I you’re looking for a fun and easy game to add to your Pokemon birthday party, check out this DIY Pokemon Bean Bag Toss. It’s quick and inexpensive to make and tons of fun for all Pokémon lovers! [Read more…]
I’m going to keep it short and sweet- right to the point as graduation, for most, is this week. If you’re like me and last minute is the name of your game, then check out this fairly easy and last minute mom project you can finish just in time for graduation. This DIY Graduation Cap Money Holder is certainly a thoughtful card for your graduate that shows off your DIY skills, as well as, just how much you care.
It’s TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK! Today we’re sharing this super cute and fun DIY Crayon Wreath that you and your child can make together to give to your favorite teacher.
If you have kids in school or you’ve ever homeschooled your kids, helped with homework, reading, and projects, then you’ve almost always thanked God (under your breathe, of course) that they’d be going back to school the next day. Or when you’re struggling to teach your kid something you don’t even understand yourself, you’ve almost always thrown your hands up and said (to yourself, of course) “your teacher can show you how to do this!” [Read more…]
Today we’re sharing a fun St. Patrick’s Day Puffy Paint Craft! That’s right…puffy paint you can make at home or in the classroom because it’s super easy and only needs 2 ingredients.
This is a great activity for big and little kids who love to use their imagination through sensory play. Parents and teachers will love it because it’s inexpensive to put together and loads of fun. [Read more…]
Now that my son is old enough we’re having some real fun on New Year’s Eve, starting with this New Year’s Time Capsule for Kids! [Read more…]
I love to craft and make gifts for people when I can. Especially when it’s something that can be used and doesn’t just end up in a pile of unwanted gifts. I recently attended a baby shower and wanted to make something for the soon-to-be momma of three. I settled on this adorable and easy Diaper Cake with a Bottle of Wine Inside! [Read more…]
If you love simple DIYs that have a big payoff, put these DIY Dryer Balls at the top of your project list! They’re made from wool yarn which helps save money on energy costs by shortening your laundry’s drying time. Go ahead and ditch those costly dryer sheets because these will help soften your fabrics and reduce wrinkles. You can also add a few drops of your favorite essential oil to give your laundry a fresh scent! [Read more…]