Sugar eggs are a fun, traditional Easter craft that is often saved for years, sometimes generations. The egg white and sugar mixture create a hard egg-shaped shell that is hollowed out after it dries. Traditionally, the inside is decorate with Royal Icing, toys, or keepsakes. Read more
Easter bunny headband is a hoppin’ good time for you and your kids. Read more
Save all the plastic Easter Eggs! And create these adorable tea cups. Read more
How to make a simple handmade card for Easter.
These sparkly Frozen bracelets are sure to be a hit with any FROZEN fan. In fact you can turn these bracelets to ice just like Elsa!
This adorable DIY game is a simple and cheap way to keep your kiddos busy and active on long Summer days, when it feels like every other activity has been exhausted. Your littles will love launching ping-pong balls around the yard with their new Ping Pong Shooters, and the best part for you? You can probably find all of the items you need laying around the house! Read more
If you haven’t already gone gaga for silicone molds in your kitchen, it is time. They are the simplest way ever to make shaped ice cubes and DIY fruit snacks for your kids, and come in hundreds of shapes and sizes. Now, perhaps the cutest mold of all has been made — one that lets you make your own edible mini glasses. Read more
Instead of picking up expensive kits made with questionable ingredients that may be harsh on skin (and leave lingering marks the next day), try making your own. It’s easier than you think and only costs a few dollars to pull off. Read more
How many times have we heard (or said), don’t play with your food! Well, I don’t want to totally turn things upside down, but here’s a little secret: you can play with your food. Or at least with your placemat! Coloring Placemat Printables are every manner-minding mother’s dream – and a food-loving little’s best friend.
The beauty of printables is that you make as many as you want, right at your fingertips. You also can laminate them (I did!) to save paper and to enjoy them over and over again. Here are a couple of ideas of how to use them: as an everyday placemat, as a way to keep kiddos busy until the food arrives when eating out at a restaurant (these guys are super easy to tote in a purse/bag), or just as a coloring sheet to learn more about all the different foods! Read more
Once upon a time, parents documented their kids’ firsts in words and pictures in baby books and scrapbooks that got updated as life’s big milestones got reached. Family photo albums grew thick with memories of trips, holidays, friends and relatives.
But who has time for that?
For our parents and grandparents, it was easy enough to organize, assemble and pass along a handmade book that told the story of their children’s lives in photographs. But the digital world has seriously complicated that rite of passage. Read more