Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Father's Day Gifts

Need some help coming up with some great ideas for your dad? Well look no further.

This beautiful and simple gift would work for Father's day with your child's birthday's stamped onto it. But could double as a reminder of an important date (anniversary or wedding gift)
I found it on etsy. ($10)

For the powerhouse of your family- this powered USB battery will come in handy when his cell phone is running on E. Just plug it in and he's good to go. Check this one out at ($20)

What about that dad who doesn't like the gas taste in his foods? But who loves to cook out on a moments notice. How about this charcoal grill? It folds up nice and small but folds out to be large enough to cook enough food for a family of 4 easily. (Amazon is carrying them for around $40)

Friday, March 11, 2011

Flying with Preschoolers

What we'll pack in... I especially like the backpack with the doll carrier. I found a tutorial for making my own.

What we'll pack.

Making an I spy wipe off game with a CD case: compact and cute with so many possibilities!

Tutorial Link

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Valentine on the Mind

Mailboxes made from tissue boxes to felt to wood, to take out boxes, who doesn't love to get mail, especially mail that says "I love you". :)

*mold your rice krispie treats to look like huge Hershey's kisses using your funnel, then cover them in tin foil and add a flag with your valentine message.

Party invitations

Some great wording for cute party invites, from birthday to baby shower. Great graphics too.

Single Serving Yogurt

Don't you think this is a great way to cut out some of the processed food from your diet while still keeping the convenience.
With 10 small Ball jars you can make enough for the week every Sunday morning and grab one when you want a treat. Use Jams, preserves, fresh fruit, granola, nuts, fudge, whatever strikes your fancy. I think you could also do this with your icecream treats, filling the jar halfway with the icecream and then putting in some fillings and then filling the rest of the way. Portion control could also play here.

Carseat covers

OMG how cutie is this?

Sunday, January 9, 2011

OK one Last one

I promise to move on from Christmas, there is just so much that I like!

Great advent wreath huh?!

Happy New Year

I just got a sewing machine

Begin to gather and create!

Baby bibs out of old tea towels.. Classic and eco friendly AND oh so cute!

Using pants hangers to store left over ribbon from the holidays or fabric and tissue paper.

Christmas Relapse

Don't you think that every bottle of wine you giveaway
this year as hostess gifts should be warm and cozy?