Easy DIY Holiday Wreath

I’m bringing back an old post because, like me, you might need to update your Christmas or holiday wreath this year! Christmas is probably my favorite time of year, and I go a little overboard. Our Christmas lights are hung on the house already. We put up two trees, and I’m sure there would be [Read On]

DIY: Easy Christmas Countdown Chain

Kids love to count down the days until Christmas! There are many ways to do it, too. Perhaps you have an advent calendar (for which I JUST bought goodies to fill ours – a few hours after it should have been opened, but hey, no judgment, right?).  I needed something the kids can keep up with – [Read On]

How To: Refresh Your Patio Chairs with Spray Paint

Late fall here is my favorite time to take my refresh and repaint projects outside or in the garage with the door open. The weather is neither too hot nor too cold, and perfect for letting paint set properly. The weather tends to be more dependable than in the spring when we’re getting a lot [Read On]

(Practically) Crafty: An Easy Summer Flip-Flop Wreath

I should start a series called (practically) crafty because I have a million ideas and minimal execution – but I like to think that when I do make time to craft, I do it right.  That said, my front door has been barren and sad-looking, complimented by the growing cracks that are developing, thanks to [Read On]

A DIY Upcycled Tote Bag (because my dog needs stuff, too)

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser.  All opinions are mine alone. #BeyondSnacks #CollectiveBias I’m so excited about this adorable tote bag that I made and filled with necessities and treats to keep my baby healthy and happy when she is on “vacation”, and I can’t wait to share with you [Read On]

Braces Off Party

While in the grand scheme of things, 10-12 months with braces on is well worth it for a lifetime of straight teeth – but for my kids, they could only focus on how they can’t get any of their favorite snacks. “Oh, the smell is taunting me” my daughter moaned every time we walked past [Read On]

I am only a DIYer on Pinterest. It’s a shame.

I am not a handy sort of person. It is a shame, as my father is the original MacGuyver who can give you the most obvious “why didn’t I think of that” solutions and is chock full of clever ideas. He can build or repair nearly anything (as long as you are very specific, as [Read On]

Crafty McCrafterson I’m Not.

I love crafts, I really do. It’s a damn shame that I’m so lacking in follow-through and skill, as my Pinterest boards are full of great ideas. Some of them even sound manageable, like my kids’ teacher appreciation gifts. This year, I thought I’d have a go at the “Tin Can Treats” found on the [Read On]

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