The kids and I LOVE decorating the house for Halloween, but recently we came up with these three super simple DIY Halloween Decorations. Window Ghost It can’t get much easier than this one. Especially if you already have white drapes hanging
Last year I posted on our lovely Fairy Village. Due to our harsh winter I put the village away until spring. When it was time to rebuild … we made some major improvements. We started our Fairy Village Redux 2014 with
I’ve always been a sucker for BUBBLES. Never grew out of loving them. And now that I have kids, I share my love of bubbles with them! We’ve been having a lot of fun with bubbles in a few different ways
Just like keeping Food for the Fourth simple, I like to keep the decorations for Independence Day low-key too! I love creating ribbon and yarn wrapped wreaths because they are quick and easy to to and very easily adaptable for any
My son, Henry, was dead set on having a Minecraft Party this year for his 8th birthday. With all the hype around Minecraft lately, it was pretty easy to gather lots of great ideas for our very own Creeper Crazy Minecraft
For my son’s 8th birthday party we celebrated in Minecraft style! One of the activities we did at the party was have each guest make a Creeper Mask (an idea I got from Parties 4 Ever). It was great for the party, but
Since I knew that we were having a Minecraft party this year for my son’s 8th birthday, I figured I’d switch out our Coffee Filter Chandelier (yup, that’s right, Coffee Filter Chandelier, you can see it and the tutorial here) …
I didn’t want to get a bunch of junky toys or candy for the party favors for my son’s Minecraft party … instead we made the guests Glow-in-the-Dark Creeper Shirts. After nailing down the easiest and best way to make these Glow-in-the-Dark
With all the snow, chilly temps, and grey skies around here I wanted something to brighten up our window and bring warmth inside the house. Doing so was very simple! All that was needed was some paper heart doilies, watercolor paints
Last year my son Henry (who’s currently about to turn 8) made this simple Angry Bird Valentine Mailbox with Duct Tape to take to school to collect his Valentines. He used a shoebox that had the lid connected on one side
One of the very first posts on this blog was on a super fun Noodle Monster project the kids and I did. Ever since then I thought that redoing the project would be great for Halloween and create Noodle Ghosts instead.
The International Fairy Tea Party is tomorrow! So I’ve been busy rounding up lots of different fairy related posts. This post highlights 14 fun ideas for Fairy Sensory Play … 1. Fairy Soup from Happy Hooligans 2. Pretend Fairy Cookies from The Pleasantest Thing 3.