First off: I cannot take credit for this super cool project… my sweet hubby came up with this genius idea. Okay, here is the tutorial for individually lighting up your tombstones or other creepy crawlies Continue reading 97 cent soda can lights!
I am not much of a scented items person… overly perfumey things (people, candles, room fresheners) tend to make me sneeze and hunt for, what I call, fresher, unscented air. As a result, I am Continue reading Lavender mini pillows
This is Em’s first year of giving out Valentine’s and he decided he wanted a “tree of hearts” and to make something for each of his classmates. For a mommy on a budget, the creativity Continue reading Valentine Paperweights
Since I make so many t-shirts and onesies and fabric by painting with freezer paper stencils… and since I’ve had several questions on how it all actually works, I figured I’d do a more thorough Continue reading Freezer paper stencil t-shirts tutorial
Last summer, I got these super cool wooden Christmas light bulbs online from Casey’s Wood Products in the hopes of making a string of “lights” for mini-trees for Em and Ro’s rooms… they come in Continue reading Wooden ornaments for Christmas
I have quite a few friends and family who like to read, hand write notes and keep track of quotes and such and thought that personalized note cards would be a perfect handmade gift for Continue reading A quick and fun gift for writers, note takers, anyone really
These are a fun and fast project, taking about 30 minutes to complete. Step One: Do a Google Image Search on: Candy Corn …You’ll see a drawing that you can print and use as your Continue reading Candy Corn Candy Holder Tutorial
… so I was thinking … there are many great people out there that read my blog (THANK YOU!) who often don’t have the time or money- or both -to pamper themselves…. including me. I Continue reading Homemade Pore Strips (a.k.a. Embarass Yourself Thursday!!)
With two strong-handed boys in the house, crayons often break while we are coloring… but the broken crayons can still be useful. Here’s how we’ve turned potential trash to treasure by recycling the old crayons Continue reading New crayons!
I made a fast tutorial on how to make t-shirts using freezer paper stencils! 1- Gather together all the supplies you’ll need: Freezer Paper, Self-Healing Mat, X-acto knife, stencil image, fabric paint, disposable cup and Continue reading How-to make freezer paper stenciled t-shirts