I love book trailers. I don't know if it's the music, the art, the creativity, or all of the above, but I just can't get enough. And since it's Christmas and there's that whole 12 days thing, and since It's the season for sharing, and since I can't bake you a Christmas cake and send… Continue reading The Twelve Days of Christmas Picture Book Trailers
What do you do when your best friend gives you a bunch of dried lavender stems? Why you make hanging sachets of course! Cute right? How do you get one you ask? Get someone to make them for ya! Only kidding! Jeez... It's almost Frrriiiddddaaaayyy!!!!! Lighten up! Okay, Sew up a few little fabric squares… Continue reading Lavender Sachet DIY
Christmas is such a wonderful time of the year...our sweet baby Jesus was born, the jolly sentimental songs, The Christmas Story on T.V. (you'll shoot your eye out!) and Charlie Brown, snowy clydesdale commercials, cheery houses adorned with lights, nostalgic wrapping paper, friends & family get togethers, Santa Claus and 'ol Rudolph, and as much… Continue reading Christmas Joys!
This idea came out of the need of a storage container for a set of Tonka cars I bought for my nephew..'Hi Cruz'! It was really simple to do. I just drew on a few buildings, colored them in, then painted over them with a decoupage glue! *The glue was just so it would be… Continue reading Homemade Gifts Part 3 (Oatmeal canister = toy storage)
I started this project because I wanted to make something homemade for Nora for Christmas. It was inexpensive, easy and fun...I do believe she'll have fun playing with these and they make for an easy on-the-go toy as they have their own carrying case! All it takes to make them is popsicle sticks, markers/colored pencils,… Continue reading Homemade Gifts Part 1- Retro stick girls!