Earlier in the week I shared a cute kid’s valentine idea, and today I wanted to show you another! Two kids, two totally different personalities, and two different Valentines to make. This is a simple print, decorate, and attach a little surprise craft that will be as fun for the kids to put together as it is to give to friends! With a simple mason jar printable and a happy Valentin’s Day Love Bug message, this is a great little valentine for kids of many ages whether they are boys or girls!
Summer is quickly coming to an end I realize that this summer has been packed full of nonstop fun with the kids! Thanks to our summer fun list and all of the fun summertime activities we were never really at a loss for something to keep us busy. One of my favorite summertime activities to do with the kids is make tie-dye shirts. This is a little project that we have done every summer since they were very little, and it has become a super fun tradition! They love to create the shirts, and then they have a fun play ans sleep shirt to wear all summer long too! We also find it is a great way to spruce up faded white shirts, dingy onesies, and even socks that cold use some TLC. Turn drab white kids clothes into stuff that is fun to wear.
Here is a super easy no sew project for any of you ladies who love to wearing tall boots as a part of your wardrobe. Pool noodles serve as the perfect little insert to support boots during storage to keep them from folding over, and creasing. With the addition of some pretty fabric and brightly colored ribbon the pool noodles transform from an outdoor water toy to a pretty way to store boots in your closet. This is an inexpensive and attractive way to keep those boots upright and in great shape. This is not only a great project to make and use in your own closet, but would make a great gift idea for any lady that you love who has a pair of boots in her own closet.
Photo ornaments are a perfect way to add a special ornament to the tree each year to commemorate each Christmas. They also make a fabulous gift for the people that you are closest too. I have been creating an ornament each year to add to our own tree, and for the kids to give to their Grandmas, Grandpas, Aunts, and Uncles for their trees too. Buying personalized ornaments from stores or photo labs can be really expensive, especially if you are buying a lot of them at once. Here is a great way to create personalized photo ornaments at home for a fraction of the cost that are just as beautiful.
I think every mother feels major frustration when it comes to keeping their home clean with little ones running around. By the time you have one thing cleaned up, your children have created another mess. It is the ultimate battle, but here is my solution. Make a kid’s chore chart that gets them excited to help so they can become a part of the solution instead of part of the frustration!
Mother’s Day is nearing quickly! Here are 25 ideas for DIY gifts for the most important woman in your life. These DIY gifts are all quick, easy and inexpensive. Instead of buying something, make something with love for your Mom.
A can of chalkboard spray paint and an unused platter turn into a simple and useful welcome sign f or your home. A delightful little chalkboard that can welcome guests, politely ask them to remove shoes, or greet your friends for a party.
Adding your family’s monogram is a great way to personalize your home and tailor it to your specific style. Making one on the cheap is simple, using some pretty paper, spray paint, and a thrift store mirror. Using a good will frame I came up with the perfect monogrammed wall decoration for our home, and you can too.