Round up your gold and treasures, it’s time for a Pirate Birthday Party! We’ve gathered up a few ideas to help your party goers become the best kind of pirate captains on the stormy seas. Ahoy, Me Hearty! Invitation: Arrr Matey! You’ve been invited to walk the plank at (child’s name) birthday party. On the […]
I’m putting together a fabulous week of children’s birthday party ideas. Each day this week will have 2 themed party ideas, from princesses and pirates to Dora and dinosaurs! I hope these party posts will help give you the jump start you might need to throw a fantastic birthday party. Enjoy!
My son is starting to ask all kinds of questions about the world around us. He recently brought home this spikey looking nut from the school playground, asking what it was and wondering what might be inside. So we started a Science Observation Journal, a place where we could collect and record all kinds of […]
I’m contributing over at Snackpicks again today sharing two fun ways to celebrate your graduate! There’s fun ideas for a graduation party, complete with invitations, snacks, and games. Or make a personalized handprint certificate for your graduate to commemorate their special day!
When I buy crafting supplies they usually come in packages that don’t close back up or are too small for my fingers to use. I often end up with a tub or drawer of beads, pom poms, and googly eyes everywhere or many of these supplies find themselves in places that they shouldn’t. So I […]
Guest Post by Allison of How Does She? We are awe struck by all the things amazing women around us do. From balancing a healthy lifestyle, to throwing the perfect party, to implementing creative ideas with family. We always seem to be asking, “How Does She do this, or How Does She do that?” While […]
This monster stepping stool by Indie Tutes has been in my bookmarks for a while now. I’m off to get some fuzzy furry fabric today to create this absolutely creepy stool. My kids are going to love it!
I first saw these pipe cleaner flowers done by Kami at No Biggie. She shared how to make them into fun rose rings, but I thought I’d put my own little twist on them for a Mother’s Day Bouquet. You can bind them together all on their own or place them in a flower pot […]
Next week is Teacher Appreciation Week and here’s a fun idea to give: Crayons Shaped into Letters by Testosterone Times Three. My sister shared this with me while searching online and I think it’s such a darling idea. So easy and super colorful! Any teacher would love it!
Mom, Grandma, or even Aunties would love to receive a colorful drawing from a child. Print out these fun coloring pages and add them to your Mother’s Day gift as a cute card!