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Chalk Pastel Stenciled Turkeys

I thought my girls might be too old this year to make a silly Thanksgiving turkey craft, but they were totally still into it. Yay! We had great fun breaking out our chalk pastels and stenciling some colorful turkey feathers…. Continue Reading →

Kids in the Kitchen: Apple Pie Tortillas

We’re making a deliciously simple dessert with the kids today! It involves apples, one of my kids favorite foods, for Apple Pie Tortillas! This makes for an easy dessert the kids can make for a fall party or even Thanksgiving. With… Continue Reading →

Apple Cider Quinoa Breakfast

Brisk fall mornings call for a hot breakfast. We rely on oatmeal many mornings, but sometimes we like to mix things up with a quinoa breakfast bowl instead. We love this apple cider quinoa – it’s sweet and flavorful, and… Continue Reading →

10 Memory Making Ideas for Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is upon us, which means hours spent on Pinterest searching for all things turkey and pumpkin! Search no more! We’ve teamed up with our most creative friends to give you a few unique ideas to make your holiday even… Continue Reading →

CraftFail Book Review

Oh, how I love this new crafty book, CraftFail: When Handmade Goes Horribly Wrong! It’s written by my good friend and fellow blogger Heather Mann of Dollar Store Crafts and it’s just what you need for your coffee table. Even my… Continue Reading →

Creating Pumpkin Yarn Art

Whether you’re crafting a few last minute Halloween crafts or creating something festive for Thanksgiving, these simple Pumpkin Yarn Art pictures are a fun way to decorate for the fall season! We’ve created yarn art for a few other holidays… Easter, Christmas,… Continue Reading →

Handcut Fall Leaf Wreath

I don’t own any kind of cutting machine, so when I want to do this kind of project, it means going old school – with a template and scissors! I actually find the process soothing and therapeutic once I get… Continue Reading →

10 Creative Gratitude Crafts for Big and Little Kids

Believe it or not, November is just around the corner. Like many of you, I’m sure, our family likes to spend a little extra time practicing gratitude during the month of November. We especially love activities that we can build… Continue Reading →

Monsterific Felt Puppets

These monster felt puppets are almost too cute to give a scare! Make a set of these for your little ones to spook this Halloween season! Your kids can put on a monsterific puppet show for everyone to enjoy! These… Continue Reading →

Beautiful Floral Fall Planters

My mouth dropped when I saw these gorgeous floral fall planters from Joy of Oh Joy! Welcome guests to your house this fall with these beauties! These pumpkin planters will last about 2-3 weeks with regular watering. Round up some pretty fall… Continue Reading →

Simple Soccer Snacks for Kids

Yes, I have the official title of “soccer mom”! But I love it! Our family loves to sit on the sidelines and watch the kids play. Even in the cold windy Seattle rain! And each season we’re in charge of snack for… Continue Reading →

Oil Pastel Witch Hat Drawings

Black paper and oil pastels are one of my most favorite art time combinations. My girls and I had fun designing our own wacky witch hats, just in time for Halloween decorating! This is an open-ended project that is fun… Continue Reading →

6 Slow Cooker Recipes for Fall

Warm up this fall with the perfect slow cooker recipe! I’ve partnered with Crock-Pot, the original slow cooker, to share 6 festive fall slow cooker recipes. These recipes are just what you need to make dinner ahead of time, slow cooking,… Continue Reading →

Craft a Paper Punch Picture Frame

Hello! It’s Lucy here again. It’s time for us to make a paper puncher frame! These are fun friendly frames for your kids to make. You can give one to your grandma, grandpa, or anyone you want. Supplies for Paper Punch… Continue Reading →

Cutest Ever Cinna-Mini Cookie Bites!

Is there anything better than a treat in mini form? They are not only adorable but you feel like you can eat a million of them because they are zero calories right? Right. When I saw these cinna-mini cookie bites… Continue Reading →

Simple Beaded Pipe Cleaners Pumpkins

These sweet and simple pumpkins are just the right activity for fall. As we’re seeing so many fun and festive pumpkins displayed on steps and front porches in our neighborhood, crafting these Beaded Pipe Cleaner Pumpkins is a great way… Continue Reading →

Cozy Almond Pumpkin Spice Steamer

The leaves are changing and it’s getting colder outside. Grab a good book, a big mug of this almond pumpkin spice steamer, and cuddle up under a blanket for a while. This recipe from Whipperberry is the perfect fall drink to warm… Continue Reading →

Cream Cheese & Jam Cracker Snacks

We are only a month into school and already lunch options are too repetitive. I’m always looking for variety, for myself in making lunch and my kids in eating it. So I’ve been adding these yummy snacks to their lunches and… Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Rhino Who Swallowed a Storm

If you’re a fan of the classic children’s show Reading Rainbow, then you’ll be happy to hear about today’s book review. It comes from first time author LeVar Burton, yes, the host of Reading Rainbow, for the new children’s book The Rhino… Continue Reading →

Got Pumpkin? 6 Perfect Recipes for Fall

Let pumpkin season begin! October brings on the pumpkin flavors in every meal of the day! From pancakes and muffins to pizza and beer. Well, I’ve found 6 delicious pumpkin flavored recipes you must make this season to celebrate fall…. Continue Reading →

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