Ribbon Wreath Tutorial

Remember our post a few weeks ago about the little Mr. Man Shower I'm hosting? I thought I'd post the tutorial on how to make a matching ribbon wreath for your guests to see as they walk into your house. The ribbon wreath is fairly simple, but it does take some time and patience...which many mothers have little of-- especially when planning a party! Regardless, here's how to make your very own … [Read more...]

Week of new designs

All weekend we will be listing new designs. I have lots of designs piled up, just need to get them in the shop. Berry Sweet Strawberry Party Package, available in my shop, one of my favorite packages I have designed to date! Full personalized package includes: Personalized items: 1. Banner-name & age 2. Toppers-name, age, picture 3. Select signs 4. Shirt design 5. Cake Topper 6. … [Read more...]

St. Patrick’s Day..Green Grub

Leprechauns visit our house and leave a little green behind (along with a scavenger hunt of goodies). A little creativity & some green food coloring can go along way! Green milk, shamrock peppers, green noodles (just add the colors to the water & boil noodles as normal), green jello, etc. So many ideas. Wish I could do green eggs & ham, love that book, but kids are allergic to eggs … [Read more...]

St. Patrick’s Day Decor

I am not one for over the top plastic shamrock decor. This year I went with natural green themed decor, moss (love the different colors & textures), sticks, etc. (all free thanks to my brothers property!). I would post pics, but our camera is with my husband at work, so no pics of what we did, our camera is awful anyways, new camera coming soon-whoo hooo! (any recommendations?). My kids & … [Read more...]

Spider Web Art

Spider web art is a great project for children and an affordable way to change up your Halloween decor. The delicate and intricate geometric shapes of a spider's web can be preserved and enjoyed with only a few materials and a little practice. Can of varnish or clear spray paint Gently spray your paper with spray glue or hair spray making it slightly tacky but not wet. Gently spray the web … [Read more...]