This is a project that I worked on last year, that I thought would be great to share before Father’s Day arrived again this year. I had been seeing these little tie shirts pop up everywhere on Pinterest, and Facebook; usually on baby onesies, but I thought the idea was very applicable to any size kid’s shirt. Also, very applicable to Father’s Day. I couldn’t resist making them for my kids (and their daddy).
By: Mandia Read more
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
Gone are the days of “room in a bag” and Disney-themed wall paper. Nowadays, parents are opting to roll up their sleeves and spend time designing and assembling their little one’s nursery with the same consideration and taste as the rest of their home. Traditional pastel paint colours have made way for “grown-up” colour schemes and decor. Wallpaper with cartoon clowns and jungle animals has been replaced with modern graphics and sophisticated floral prints. Hand-sewn quilts, vintage artwork and “upcycled” furniture are all the rage, meaning parents-to-be are spending an awful lot of time perusing garage sales, scouring Pinterest and throwing themselves into the DIY revolution. Today we feature baby Easton’s nursery.
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My son Cole turned the big 5 last year, and for his birthday he wanted a Super Mario-themed party. There wasn’t much available out there commercially so, wanting to make it really special for him, I had to get creative and invent/repurpose some oldies but goodies.
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