Another baby, another lovey! I made this sweet raccoon lovey for a friend’s new little boy. These flat, soft baby lovies have become my go-to project to make and give as baby gifts (check out the skunk and lion lovies I made in the past). I especially like to make these because even very little babies seem to be […]
When a big snowstorm hit us this winter, I was almost the most prepared mom on the block. The boys had warm winter coats, boots, hats, and snow pants, but the only gloves we had in the house were those cheap one-size-fits-all gloves that you grab in the Target Dollar Spot. Those are fine for […]
One of my Christmas gifts this year was a Garmin Vivofit 2 Activity Tracker. I was excited to use the tracker, but I was turned off by the silicone wristband that came with it. I wore it for a few days, but it clashed with everything – especially my work clothes. After searching online for alternative […]
I made this felted bowl back in December for our office Secret Santa gift exchange. I was inspired by several organic textile pieces I had seen on Pinterest, and I wanted to make something from felt with a snakeskin-like texture and stark black and white contrast. I started the bowl off with a wet felted […]
Steve and I decided to go all out for Halloween this year with a Day of the Dead couples costume. There’s a whole boring backstory, but the gist of it is that it wasn’t supposed to be so elaborate, but it snowballed and became a whole thing. Which is what we do. Every […]
These adorable pom-pom climbing spiders are a simple mechanical toy. They climb up and slide down the strings. Get the full tutorial to make your own on Disney Imagicademy!
This big kaleidoscope is a fun science project and it’s great for kids who have trouble closing one eye to look through a small tube. Get the full tutorial on Disney Imagicademy.
These mini gravestones make a spooky addition to a fairy garden or Halloween terrarium. Get the tutorial on Disney’s Imagicademy.
These pretend ancient coins are a fun addition to imaginative play. Introduce kids to roman numerals with this easy and fun project. Get the full tutorial on Disney’s Imagicademy!
These colorful hot and cold therapy rice packs can be kept in the freezer or warmed in the microwave for bumps and boo-boos. They are easy to make and don’t require any sewing. You can get the full tutorial on Disney’s Imagicademy.
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