3.25.2015

Make It: Color-Wrapped Mystery Braid Bracelet



Hello! Do any of you like to pack up a project or two when you travel? Or maybe you're looking for a few new projects to do at home while the kids are off school? With it being spring break season, I thought I'd pull out this fun bracelet idea that I first shared last summer on i heart naptime.

Many of you have probably made or received woven friendship bracelets. And, some of you have probably seen the mystery braid bracelets too! When I had my supplies pulled out one day last summer, I started wondering about making the Mystery Braid bracelet more colorful in some way. After a couple of false starts and a knotting lesson from my sister, I came up with this fun version.

What You Need:
Mystery Braid Bracelet kit (I found mine at Michael's)
Cotton Embroidery Floss (3 skeins in colors of your choice)


You'll also want a scissors and tapestry needle on hand for ending off each thread color.
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3.10.2015

Make It: Bit of Luck Hand-Stamped Pendant for St. Patrick's Day

As many of you know, I contribute monthly over on Landeelu. Last month, I shared this fun little hand-stamped pendant for St. Patrick's Day. I've been wearing my pendant already! I hope you get a chance to make one too!


Do you wear green on St. Patrick's Day? Whether you go all out or just need a bit of green to keep you pinch-proof, this little hand-stamped pendant will complete your look.

Start by gathering your tools and supplies.

3.02.2015

Team Landee Spring Giveaway


Hello! Can you believe it's March already? I can't.

To kick it off, I'm joining my Team Landee friends for a fun Spring Things giveaway. We are each giving away some fun spring items. You can enter over on Instagram today! (Don't delay, though, it ends in 24 hours.)

I'm giving away a NordicWare Easter cakelet pan (just like the one I used to make these Egg-cellent Crayons last spring), an Easter Egg table runner, a new box of crayons, and a $20 Target gift card to make your Easter Kids' Table Egg-cellent ;) this year! Good Luck!!

Thanks for stopping by today! See you on Instagram!




2.13.2015

Print It: You're the Bomb! Lip Balm Valentine

Since it's been a busy month around here, I haven't posted as many Valentine's ideas as I had hoped to. So, I thought I'd at least post this one that I shared last month on Landeelu. I'm really happy with how it turned out!


Here's a fun printable Valentine that would make a fun non-candy option for your daughter or granddaughter. Or maybe for a teacher? It might even make a fun gift for the favorite babysitter who's watching the kids for you on Valentine's Day!


What You Need:
EOS lip balm for each Valentine (I chose strawberry-kiwi.)
You're the Bomb! Valentine's printed on white card stock
Scissors (or craft knife)

1.24.2015

Print It: You Are My Sunshine Valentine Printable


Last year I shared a "Kool" Valentine printable for Kool-aid drink pouches. This year I put together a new version to use with my daughter's favorite CapriSun drink pouches. It goes together quickly with only a few supplies, and BONUS, you can avoid being tempted by all the goodies in the Valentine aisle!

So grab some drink pouches from the pantry or put them on your shopping list, print and cut the You are My Sunshine cards, and gather some little helpers. You'll have Valentines ready to go in no time!