Handmade Keychain

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Since having kids, I began searching for different activities to participate in together.  We've made lots of friends along the way, both for the kids and myself through a few different groups.  One of those groups that I absolutely love is my MOPS group.  In case you aren't aware, MOPS stands for Mothers of Preschoolers.  There are different MOPS groups all over the country, so if it sounds like … [Read more...]

Rudolph Jingle Bell Ornaments & Neighbor Gift Blog Hop

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'Tis the season to start scouring blogs and Pinterest for Christmas ideas, right? I've got you covered today as far as neighbor and co-worker gift ideas go... Here's an easy, handmade ornament that you can make for your own tree or as a gift for neighbors or co-workers. To make a Rudolph Jingle Bell Ornament, you'll need just a few supplies: large, brown jingle bells googly eyes red … [Read more...]

Easy Diaper Cake Tutorial

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One of my favorite baby shower gifts to give/make are diaper cakes.  I think they are awesome because they are made with a baby essential--diapers--and then you can add lots of other cute baby items to it as well to decorate it! To make a 3-tier diaper cake, you'll need: 2-3 bags of diapers clear hair elastics {those teeny tiny ones} a cardboard cake round ribbon flower stems wooden … [Read more...]

DIY Wooden Teething Ring

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In my littlest's Easter basket this year, I kept it really simple and only included things that I knew he'd love.  So I added some cereal puffs, a few board books, a sippy cup, and a sweet DIY Wooden Teething Ring that I made myself!  It was so simple and took just a few minutes to put together! You'll need just a few things to make one {or two} for your little guy or gal... wooden teething … [Read more...]

DIY Easter Buckets

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This post contains affiliate links. With Easter just a few weekends away now, I was eager to get some cute new Easter Buckets made for the boys this year.  And, with my Cricut Explore™, I knew exactly how I wanted to decorate them! Supplies needed: metal buckets {found at Hobby Lobby} adhesive vinyl transfer tape Cricut Explore™ coordinating ribbon & twine I started out by perusing … [Read more...]