Today I get to share a yummy treat! It was so appetizing that my sons couldn’t wait for me to take pictures of these berry yogurt popsicles. They kept asking over and over if I was done with my pictures so that they could eat one. I already know that they are going to be asking that I make these all Summer long. The great thing about these besides the deliciousness is that they are so easy to make and only require 4 ingredients (counting the different berries). Read More
It’s that time again, CRAFT LIGHTNING!!! Craft lightning is a series where bloggers get to participate and we each share a craft that is done in 15 minutes or less (excluding dry time). The material to use this time around was wood and right away I knew I wanted to make something with a wooden star. I didn’t know exactly what I was making until I arrived at the craft store. When I was in the aisle with the wood cutouts I saw these chalkboard stands and I thought I can make a Patriotic table place card. Read More
I am so excited to share the DIY patriotic confetti push pop with you because it was so fun to make. Not only was it fun to make but it was fun to pop them outside.
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If you didn’t read yesterday’s post about my Patriotic Tablescape then you might not know that this week on the blog is Patriotic week. I am going to be sharing a lot of red, white, and blue inspiration. Today in the series I am sharing a Patriotic favor bag.
Disclosure: I am part of the Cricut Blogger Program and I receive products/compensation in exchange for craft ideas. But all opinions are 100% my own. Some of the links used here are affiliate read my full disclosure HERE. Read More
With Memorial Day coming up next week I decided this week would be Patriotic week. I will share a Patriotic tablescape today and some crafts and a recipe the rest of the week. I hope you are ready for red, white, and blue overload!