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Suddenly, it seems that Christmas is next week already. Between family arriving in town, final shopping trips and grocery runs to do, and cookies to bake, I feel as though I have completely let the fun, crafting part of the holidays slip away. On Monday, a friend and I quickly searched Pinterest for some last-minute craft ideas and came across several that we have added to our list. These adorable Santa Handprint Keepsake Ornaments took a little bit longer than I would have liked, but they were definitely worth the effort. My only regret is that I didn’t make more […] Continue reading →

How To make a Duck Tape Bookmark

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Walmart for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. For the past couple of months, both of my girls have been nagging at me to buy them bookmarks, but every time they asked, I hesitated. Bookmarks were always a fun do-it-yourself project that I enjoyed making when I was a child and I wanted to pass on that love to my girls, without forking over the cash for a pre-made one. This project idea coincided with a recent invitation from Walmart and Duck Tape® to create my own craft project, […] Continue reading →


Last year when my daughter turned 1, we threw her a bunny brunch! With springtime and Easter being right around the corner, I thought I’d resurrect the party photos so that others might have some cute inspiration for a fun gathering this season, or perhaps for those looking for Easter birthday party ideas. Whether you are planning a birthday party, an Easter celebration, or just want to have brunch with friends, I think you’ll love the decor and menu from this adorable bunny brunch… I wanted a sweet, somewhat fancy, springtime spread. I used coral and pink as the main […] Continue reading →


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Looking for some ways to get creative with your kiddos this February 14th? Bust out of the craft supplies and take a peek below for some fun Valentine’s Day crafts for kids! I adore these painted rocks over at Color Me Katie. This would be a great idea for kiddos! Be sure to click on over to her site to see what she ended up doing with these adorable creations! This fun Valentine’s Day lei comes to us from MAKE! A fun wear for February 14th! Head to the fridge for this fun craft spotted at Maureen Cracknell Handmade! Just […] Continue reading →


Valentine’s Day is just a couple of weeks away, giving you just a handful of days to pick out the perfect gift for the smallest love in your life, your baby! I’ve rounded up 10 adorable gifts that would make the sweetest “I love you” present for your little bundle. From a DIY blanket to a pair of heart shoes, your sweetheart will be surprised with one of these lovely gifts…   How amazing are these red and gold leather handmade baby shoes?! Available at Ajalor. A little red cardigan onesie can go along way! For sale by Haddon Co. […] Continue reading →


This February 14th will be my very first Valentine’s Day with a little one attending school and I’m so excited to help her make little Valentines for her classmates! To get in the red-and-pink-and-hearts kinda mood, I’ve been hunting for cute and unique DIY Valentines for kids — and today I wanted to share a few of my favourites! Scroll below for some cute ideas and get craftin’! Oh the puns! This cute fishbowl Valentine from Bliss Bloom Blog is not only adorable, but also a nice alternative to sugary treats. Whipperberry has a cute twist on DIY crayons — […] Continue reading →