Each one holds 16 crayons and rolls up to fit nicely in a handbag. I saw this project on another blog, and found a great tutorial here.
It’s not too late to prepare some Thanksgiving crafts for your children as you are teaching them tomorrow about the First Thanksgiving, and the reason we celebrate.
Happy Monday, everyone! We had a jam-packed weekend, and it was full of family fun – despite the really gloomy, dreary weather. We attended a dual birthday party for a brother and sister, whose birthdays are 2 days apart. Big Brother turned 5 and Little Sister turned 2.
I put together this picture frame a while back, and it was the first thing I made for our lil’ guys’ room. Once I decided on a theme for his big-boy room, I went straight to JoAnn’s for my first project. Carson’s room theme is something I call “Vintage Cowboys & Indians – meets – Old American Flag.” So I picked up these supplies:
Happy Monday, everyone! Welcome back to Make-It-Yourself Monday. Are you gals getting some inspiration for the holidays? I’d love to hear your ideas…
Years ago, I started using a Swiffer sweeper with these nifty little sheets that would “magically” cling to dust and dirt and swiff it right out of my house. As our family has grown, as well as our living quarters, I’ve found myself using more and more of these Swiffer sheets, and even when we were buying the store brand, it was still money being spent every month that I really didn’t need to spend. So my Swiffer Sweeper went in the closet for a while… until recently.