Here is a great way to make your own “Lunchables” style sandwich crackers for your kiddos. They are quick and easy and a great option if you are traveling with your kids. Cut your favorite meats and cheeses into bite sized shapes and pair them with some bite sized pretzel crackers for a tasty snack or filling lunch on the go.
Need a treat that’s fun and easy? These little ice cream cone marshmallow treats are simple to make and so much fun for kids of all ages. They are great for parties, school snacks, holidays, or just for fun to get your kids in the kitchen with you. Sprinkles and food coloring can make these non-ice cream ice cream treats fit any party theme.
Appliqued shirts make great customized gifts for kids. They are easy and inexpensive to create and are one of a kind gifts to give for any occasion. When a close friend was expecting her second little rock star of a boy I decided to create some matching rock themed shirts for the new baby and the new big brother to be.
I spend a lot of time in the Kitchen and this is one of my all time favorite pieces of kitchen decor. This DIY recipe holder is as functional as it is beautiful. Using an old picture frame, scrapbook paper, and sheet metal I put together a recipe holder to match our kitchen decor. These are quick and easy to make and make fabulous gifts for any occasion.
Did you know that you can write on windows with dry erase markers and then easily wipe it off? This is one of my kids absolute favorite things to do indoors, and it keeps them busy for hours! All you need are dry erase markers and a window or mirror in your home.
My little lady loves to help me in the kitchen. Every time I am cooking she is right there next to me with her chair pulled up to the counter, ready to help. When her birthday rolled around this year I thought I would give her a little basket filled with all of her own cooking utensils and aprons. I love that she is so excited to be a part of making meals and think this is the perfect gift for any little one that is interesting in cooking or baking.
Having a beautiful wreath in your home doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. In fact, you can create one with things that you already have in your home. A few coffee filters, some hot glue, and a dollar store wreath form can create a beautiful and simple wreath. Here is a quick and easy DIY project to spruce up your home for spring.
I have discovered the absolute perfect Saturday morning breakfast to enjoy with the family on a cold winter day. Using refrigerated biscuits you can make the yummiest doughnuts to eat fresh and warm from your kitchen in just minutes. Make them with the kids for a fun family breakfast to cook and eat together.
Shopping for baby shower gifts is always a treat. If you are giving a baby shower gift try any of these 15 mom tested favorite baby products. Give the mom-to-be things that she really needs for the new baby, even though she may not know what it is!