We love holidays in our house. Any excuse to do things out of the ordinary at home with the kids is right up my alley. We created these fun pancakes to help celebrate Halloween by simply adding some fun and spooky sprinkles to our normal pancake breakfast.
The little guy finally decided on a costume for this year. He chose to be the black Angry Bird which, apparently, is the one that explodes. I got to work armed with my sewing machine, heat n’ bond and 2 yards of black felt. Here is what I came up with.
Once a week the kids and I make some sort of treat in the kitchen. These pumpkin and ghost rice krispie treats on a stick are a fun and tasty project for the kids around Halloween time! The sticks make these extra easy for the kids to hold, and I promise they won’t last long.
Do you have a little princess who needs a costume yet? My Princess loves the movie Tangled and decided that she wanted to be Rapunzel. Using a tutu shirt and a turtleneck I came up with a costume fit for my little Halloween princess.
It is Halloween week on A Spotted Pony. All this week I will be sharing some fun and easy Halloween foods, costumes, and activities with you to celebrate with your family. Today I will show you a quick monster breakfast that your kids will love.
These infinity scarves became so popular last year. You can make one yourself in about five minutes with less than $3.50! Let me show you how it’s done!
If you have an infant you know that you could have thousands of dollars worth of blinky, colorful, noisy toys in your home, but your baby would prefer to pull baby wipes out of their container, right? Turn a wipe container into your babies absolute FAVORITE toy.
Every mom is proud of each of her little ones! These Mom to the Nth t-shirts are a great way to show your pride in a sweet and subtle way! Using a bleach pen you can personalize a t-shirt in minutes.
Height charts for children are not always an easy thing to incorporate into home decor. I used these old, charming, rustic shutters paired with some canvas baby photos of my little ones to create a perfect area to display how much they have grown.
I saw a phrase on a shirt while browsing Pinterest the other day. “I’m a Hugger” I thought it was so adorable, so I made my own version at home for $4.00. Making customized t-shirts using a bleach pen is unbelievably easy and really fun.