Hello everyone, I am so happy to be back with another fun and easy craft project for you as part of this months craft lightening challenge. The Craft Lightning challenge is where a couple of us bloggers create a craft project that can be done in 15 minutes or less; not including drying time if there is paint involved. For this months challenge I created a little something Halloween related; spider web hot glue coasters. I love how it turned out I did two versions one with glitter and one without. They both turned out great!
Welcome back to another Disney Fun Friday post! Today I am so excited to share how you can create your very own Mickey Mouse autograph book. Are you planning a Disneyland trip soon? The souvenirs in Disneyland can get expensive and making your own autograph book will cut down cost on buying one in the park.
Hi everybody, have you all been busy getting ready for back to school? I am almost done with the back to school shopping and this year it is the earliest I have ever been ready lol. Although I am not ready mentally for my boys to go back to school I am excited for us to have some structure back in our lives. One of the things that I decided to incorporate this upcoming school year to make my kids lives easier is a homework supplies caddy. Last year they would take their pencil boxes out of their backpacks and use those supplies to do their homework but occasionally they would forget to put their boxes back in the backpacks. To avoid that from happening I decided to have a designated area at home with the stuff they need.
As a little girl I use to LOVE Winnie the Pooh. I use to have the bed sheets, school supplies, luggage, and even a planner. So when I saw that they were making the Christopher Robin movie I of course got excited and wanted to create a craft that would be inspired by the movie. Besides the amazing quotes that are associated with Winnie the Pooh the next thing you usually think of when you hear that silly ol bears name is honey or as his jar says HUNNY. Right away I thought we should make honey slime, my boys are still excited about the slime craze so I knew this would be a fun craft for them.
DISCLAIMER: This slime is only inspired by the look of honey it is NOT edible. So please to do not let your children eat it! Read More
My boys love LEGOS and always want to take them everywhere. We’ve spent quite some time in the car this Summer and I knew I had to create something so they could take their LEGOS to keep busy on the road. With the help of Dollar Tree I was able to create a LEGO travel box for each one of my boys on a very small budget. Read More