These cute little dog finger puppets are a great idea if you need a themed party favor or a craft idea to make with the kids. Hi everyone, I’m Sam from A Happy Home In Holland. And as always, I’m happy to be back to share another cute craft idea with you all here on […]
Do you need last minute Valentine’s Day Cards for your kids to give to friends at school? Here are 12 free printable valentines you can print right now. I love creative valentine cards for the kids to give to their friends at school, don’t you? It’s even better when they’re FREE! Last year, I shared […]
Make the little girl in your life feel just like a Princess with this adorable DIY Princess crown! It would also be a great addition to a birthday party!
Create Dinosaur Party Favors for children using this free printable treat tag. It’s a great idea for a kid’s birthday or Valentine’s Day at home or school. Our youngest son, who we refer to as “C2” on the blog, is going to 3-School or preschool this year. It’s his first year in school, but he’s eagerly watched […]
Your kids will love this idea for adorable Raccoon Cupcakes. Today we’re sharing an easy decorating tutorial with a video to show you step-by-step how to use frosting to create a fun dessert. Every year in the fall our school hosts a family fun festival. Each grade level has to bring something to support and […]
Your kids will love these Ruler Valentines with a happy face emoticon and googly eyes. These free printable Valentine’s Day cards can stand alone as is or attach to rulers as a school treat for your child’s classroom party. For my oldest son’s valentines each year, we like to create one of a kind cards or tags […]
Homemade heart shaped crayons are an easy and fun craft that’s perfect for Valentine’s Day – or anytime of the year. Hi everyone – it’s Lori from Greco Design Company. This is such a great project to do with your kids – or for your kids. They can even make them for their classmates and friends as a […]
No Cook FROZEN Playdough is a simple way to bring some sparkle and joy into the lives of your little ones after the holidays. It takes you just minutes to make and brings hours of fun to your children. Disclosure: This blog post contains affiliate links for products or services we think you’ll like. This means if you […]
Have you ever wondered how you can organize the toothbrushes in your kid’s bathroom without breaking the bank? Here is a tried and true method that will only cost you a few dollars and a few minutes of your time. When you walk in and pull open the drawer do you ever see something like […]
A hand painted holiday candy dish is an easy craft idea kids can make as Christmas gifts for teachers, grandparents and other special people in their lives. When it comes to teacher gifts and presents for grandparents, I like to involve the boys in the creation of the gifts whenever possible. It’s one small way to […]
I decided to tackle my teen daughter’s bedroom and redo it into a space she would love to hang out in and have friends over. The idea I was working with was a brightly colored, modern bedroom with gold accents. We created a lounge area with the beds that will be perfect for accommodating guests for sleepovers and made a bold statement in the the closet with a removable wallpaper.
Shopping for Christmas presents for young children can be tough, but this holiday gift guide featuring 15 of the best gift ideas for preschoolers ought to help! Even with young children at home, I find it a challenge to know what to get them for holiday and birthday presents. Kent and I limit ourselves to only giving each of […]
These chocolate caramel pretzel bites are so simple to make and so delicious to eat! They have the perfect amount of sweet and salty flavors and make a great treat to package up as a gift! Hi there! It’s Kelly from Typically Simple and I’m excited to be back with a delicious treat recipe that […]
Create a special holiday tradition for your family by reading one of your favorite Christmas books each night before you tuck your children into bed. One of our family’s favorite holiday traditions is to read different Christmas books at bedtime from December 1 through 25. Each of the Christmas books is wrapped like a gift and displayed […]
These DIY distressed ombre magnet letters are so cute and can be customized to your child’s name! Hello, friends! It’s Sarah from Making Joy and Pretty Things back to share a fun (sort-of) rustic(ish) DIY with y’all today. You see, we are neck-deep in the One Room Challenge. If you haven’t heard of the challenge, it’s basically […]
With just a few basic supplies, create these tin can pumpkins to use as cute treat holders for Halloween! Hi there, Kenarry readers! I’m Kelly from Typically Simple and I’m so very excited to be here! Halloween is one of my absolute favorite holidays to make crafts and decorate for. With everything from skeletons and witches to cute […]
This DIY growth chart is simple to make and incredibly affordable, and it’s gorgeous too! This is a perfect solution if you want to track how quickly your little ones are growing but don’t want to mark up your walls – you can bring it with you if you move!
Does your child have a birthday coming up and practically lives and breathes Star Wars? This easy idea for a Star Wars Birthday Cake has a dark side and a light side to show off the epic battle of The Force. We’re also sharing Star Wars party supplies and other ideas to help you celebrate your […]
Create a summer treat your kids will love on a hot day. This Tropical Popsicles recipe uses refreshing pineapple, orange and banana for a delicious dessert. When the temperatures start reaching the 80s here in Michigan, the kids and I begin looking for quick and easy ways to cool off. Sometimes we fill the kiddie pool. […]
Make your child’s day special with one of six back-to-school lunchbox love notes from Trish at By Trish Sutton. These free printable cards are a quick and easy way to show you care. Hey you guys! I am back. And I am guessing that many of you read the title up above then thought, “Really, Trish? […]
A great upcycled jeans projects that really shows off the varieties of denim styling is this pocket organizer I made for my sons room. To complement the rustic upcycled look of this organiser I used a wooden branch to hang it with.
I just love the rugged look of this pocket organiser and the fact that it is made from the families old jeans. It is really useful my son loves using the pockets for all his little bits and pieces. My husband now wants one for his den.