Father's Day Printable

Father’s Day is one of my favorite holidays! I love to help my kids show their dad how much we appreciate him.  We generally cook up some beef skewers, make “grilled’ cupcakes for dessert and spend the day doing things dad loves.  Last year I made up this […]

DIY Christmas shirt

This adorable no sew Christmas shirt for kids uses your child’s hand and foot print to create an adorable reindeer. Use an iron on adhesive, googly eyes, and a pom pom to make this cute homemade Christmas gift.   I love to get my kids Christmas shirts to […]

Turkey Toes Slider

This adorable Thanksgiving printable for Turkey Toes is sure to be a hit with your Thanksgiving guests!     I love decorating for Thanksgiving! Bring on the turkeys, pilgrims and Indians.  I feel like every year we jump right form jack o’ lanterns to Christmas lights, though.  Even […]

Kids' Craft Drawing

Let your kids be the artist with this fun kids craft for 4th of July – a flag shirt made using fabric crayons, your kids’ creativity, and a little help from you to put it all together. It’s Jenn from A Jennuine Life and I’ll show you how […]

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I really love hand print/footprint crafts with the kids even though I have getting out the paint with a 3 and a 5 year old makes me break out in a sweat (even if it is washable!).  These hand print  Christmas trees make an easy and memorable Christmas […]

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I found this gift idea in an Advent devotional that I’m using this season.  The author suggested the recipe as a way for the reader to find some indulgence during the busy holiday season, but I thought this would make easy and fun gifts. You can use a […]

Family Memory Jar - Growing Up Gabel

Family memory jars are a great way to collect and keep memorabilia from family adventures throughout the year.  Make a jar every year, or empty it out and start over and save the contents in a special box. My friend makes and sells “Thankful Jars” for Thanksgiving.  The […]

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For the past few years I’ve been wanting to incorporate an advent wreath in to our Christmas celebration.  We had one growing up and it had a teeny tiny manger in the middle. I have fond memories of light the candles every week.  My husband was raised Jewish […]