I don’t know about you but I am a big sucker for a Chinese Chippendale pattern. So when my hubby and I started discussing pet gates, and realized all our past gates weren’t quite up to par, I started thinking of a stylish DIY. We needed something that wouldn’t be constantly falling down against our stair railing, and that is simple for my seven year old daughter to use. So I turned to my resource for everything DIY; Pinterest. I found several… Read more »
Wild One Backdrop | Brushed Spots Fabric | DIY Balloon Garland It feels like only a few months ago that Charlie came home from the hospital, and here he is already one! He is by far our most mischievous child—sometimes even a little wild—so when his birthday was coming up, I couldn’t think of a more perfect theme than a “Wild One” first birthday party. The best part was that his nursery already had a lot of elements that would double as decor! With the theme in mind, I started to design… Read more »
I was beyond excited when Annabelle announced that she wanted a magical unicorn birthday party this year! I love combining super girly and classic elements with fun, modern twists. With Unicorns being so popular I knew this was my chance to go all out! Oh, and did I mention that we share a birthday? So in a way, I kinda feel like I got my own unicorn party!
Is it just me or are mini party supplies even cuter than regular party stuff?! When I saw these adorable mini honeycomb garlands at Target, I knew I had to buy them! After brainstorming on what I could so with them, it hit me that I could use them to create DIY Pop-Up Gender Reveal Card Free Printables! If you’re planning a Gender Reveal Party for friends and family, these cards are a fun way to announce if baby is a boy or… Read more »
If there are two things I can’t resist they’re a good pun, and a retro Volkswagen van! This year I combined the two to create these free ADORABLE (if I do say so myself) Printable Valentine’s Cards for my kiddos to hand out at… Read more »
My kids love Halloween, but some of the scary decorations are just too much for them. So instead of a scary Halloween, I wanted to create a non-spooky party that all of the little guests could enjoy that included fun animals, balloons and sweets! A friendly little pumpkin circus seems to fit the bill perfectly!
When we found out baby #3 was on the way, we wanted a fun and simple way to announce it that the whole family was in on. The kids immediately started battling over whether the baby would be a boy or a girl, so I created the “Team Boy” and “Team Girl” Signs for them to hold. I initially wanted a photo of all of us with the kids holding up their signs, but getting a good photo of all… Read more »
Just in time for Mother’s Day… Kid’s say the darndest things! And now you can record what your kid’s have to say about you (and Grandma!) with these sweet “My Mom” & “My Grandma” free printable keepsake interviews.
With this gender neutral “Winter in the Hundred Acre Wood” vintage Winnie the Pooh birthday party I was able to create a joint birthday party for boy & girl cousins who both turned one this January.
If you’re like me you prefer disposable plates for the Kid’s table. But every time I open my pantry I find a stack of leftover paper plates from every other holiday. What am I going to do with 4 Christmas paper plates, 6 Halloween paper plates, and a random watermelon plate?Stop the madness!