Each month, FloraCraft has sent me a lovely box of foam and craft goodies (and thanks to them for sponsoring the post!). This month they asked me to create a little gift idea. I thought it would be fun to make a little gift that’s so fast and easy to make. And my kids loved playing with it!!
This is a super easy and fun gift idea. Here’s how to make it:
Hi TT&J readers! It’s Taryn from Design, Dining and Diapers and it’s great to be back! Do you ever find yourself pinched for time when it comes to holiday decor? Each year I start out the holiday season with a million new ideas and I end up only completing a few of them because the […]
I love slow cooker recipes. They are perfect for crazy, busy nights! And, you can cook just about anything in a crockpot! Chicken is one of my favorite things to cook in my crockpot and I was looking for some new recipes. So, I thought I’d round up a few I found to share with […]
Hello Tatertots and Jello readers! It’s Kristin from Yellow Bliss Road, back again with another free printable for you. I can hardly believe Thanksgiving is just weeks away. It feels like my kids just started school, but they’ve already been in school for eight weeks! I guess it just means we’re getting closer to my […]
it’s this time of year the holidays come at us quickly … so it’s not too early to plan for Thanksgiving! So get inspired with these great ideas … … these 20 DIY Thanksgiving Ideas (Part Two)! DIY Fall Centerpiece @ Blooming Homestead DIY Harvest Sign @ The Turquoise Home Simple Fall Mantel @ […]
Got a Halloween party this week? It’s the perfect time for some last-minute prep! Check out these … … 20 more Halloween Party Ideas! Paper Candy Corn Treat Boxes @ Little Miss Celebration Printable Pumpkin Awards @ My Sister’s Suitcase Ghost Treat Bags @ Crafts Unleashed
It’s Friday!! Welcome back to the … We’ve combined the popular parties at I Heart Nap Time, Lil’ Luna, Somewhat Simple, Tatertots & Jello and Today’s Creative Blog to make a giant link party. You’ll only have to link up once to to be listed on all five sites, and each of us will choose […]
Hi all! I’m Lisa Summerhays from Stubbornly Crafty here to share a fun way to make a trick-or-treat bag with some character. Let’s get started. DIY Monster Trick or Treat Bag Supplies: Black felt Green felt Red cotton fabric White felt 2 Black buttons Black embroidery floss All seam allowances are 1/4″ unless otherwise noted.
My friend and neighbor graciously shared her grandma’s famous sugar cookie recipe with me … and you! These are sooooo good. I was so thrilled when she agreed to share the recipe with us. Plus, I’ll show you how I used some of the Home + Made line to package these for easy gift giving! […]