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Posts from the ‘Kids’ Fun’ Category

Easter Egg Paper Art ∣ Wall Decor

I have piles of empty picture frames sitting around my house. I’m not talking one or two…more like 12-15 split over several rooms. My intentions were good when I first purchased them but then “stuff” got in the way. So, to appease my husband and perhaps my cleaning lady too, I decided to try an Easter craft that would help get a few of these frames off the floor (albeit temporarily) and onto the walls.

By: Ryan Lockhart Read more

Hawaiian Stitch Themed Birthday Party and a “Cake Free” Cake!

My son requested a Stitch-themed birthday party. This year was going to be different, I was going to create less work for myself!  To do this, I planned to make him a cake that he would actually eat and do away with the “traditional” cake. I usually make a traditional cake for the rest of the kids and make him a pie. But not this year. This year I had a plan…a Rice Krispies Treat cake! Easy to make, easy to mould, and loved by all. Turns out I am not the first person to think of this. If you Google Rice Krispies cake, tons of great inspiration comes up.

By: Janet Read more

DIY Bath bombs

Once I learned how easy it was to make your own bath bombs, they have become my go-to homemade gift. You can customize the size, shape, scent, and packaging to work for almost any occasion.  I know I’d love it if my friends gave me rose-scented bath bombs for Valentine’s Day!

By: Julia Madill Read more

The Ultimate Cardboard Box Fort

When twins Ava and Bella asked if  they could someday build a fort out of boxes, they had no idea that their parents would take this challenge on and build the fort most kids only dream of.

Photographers Michael and Melissa of M2 Photography, often share photos of their personal life including their daughters and pug. We’ve enjoyed seeing updates on Instagram and Facebook as they tick off items on their family summer bucket list – this fort being one of them. What a creative way to spend time together as a family. And Melissa’s advice for those interested in building their own fort, start saving your boxes now!

Submitted by: Michael and Melissa  Read more