Serve snacks at your Super Bowl in these fun football snack boxes! Use the Cricut Football Favor boxes file to create a portable game treat all your guests will love.
We love throwing a Super Bowl party and I’m always on the look out for a fun football themed way to serve food. We usually s
Display your child’s hard work and masterpieces with these quick and easy DIY Refrigerator Frames. Back to school means lots of papers will be coming in soon! Some will be returned and others will be filed, but what about the ones you want to show off?
I’m so excited to be here today, sharing
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 quick and easy this kids’ crafted project is.
Looking for a unique Fathers Day craft? With this easy sewing tutorial you can make dad his very own personalized beverage holder! Grab dad’s favorite drink and our fun Fathers Day printable for the perfect Fathers Day craft for your dad.
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Make sidewalk chalk with the kids this summer with just a few supplies found at the craft store.
One of the many ways that I save money is by making things I would otherwise buy at the store. It’s amazing the items we purchase that can actually be made quite easily at home! So when I saw
Kool Aid play dough is a quick and easy way to make homemade play dough! Pick your favorite Kool Aid flavors, add a few pantry staples and you’ll have fresh, fruity play dough.
There are a lot of homemade play dough recipes on the internet and I’m pretty sure I’ve tried, and failed
Where has the year gone? I can’t believe that 2014 is only a few days away. I thought it would be fun to go back and see what posts were the most popular with you! So here are the top most viewed posts for 2013! Thank you so much for making this a great year! I’m looking forward to 2014!
Can you believe we’re already on week 4 of our Summer Day Camp?! Some days I can’t wait for summer to be over so we can be on a “normal” schedule, but most days I love the slow lazy days. These camp projects have definitely helped keep us occupied.
This week Kara from The Joys of Boys is
My kids are almost 4 and 6 right now and I am just now to the point where the idea of a kids craft project doesn’t make me hyperventilate. The 6 year old is just fine and can make a craft with little to no mess. The 3 year old is still a work in progress but thank goodness he has his older sis
I’ve had the itch to add some feminine touches to our home decor. Now, I have zero talent when it comes to home decor. It’s the one area of creativity that I really wish I had more talent (and money!) for. I think having small children around for the past 8 years has also inhibited m