Our Christmas tree is a 3-foot tall white tree. It was about $15 at Target. Having two little kids, I can’t commit to anything bigger and promise that the decorations will go down anytime before Valentine’s Day. It is decorated simply this year with some glass ornaments given to me by my mom and a […]
My father-in-law, who is an enthusiastic consumer of oranges, sent us home this weekend with a massive bag of oranges picked from their neighboring groves. They are juice oranges, so they burst apart and the sweet juice drips down your arms if you attempt to peel and eat them. You have to hover over the […]
I love having a good weekend! Sometimes we make plans that seem like they will be fun, but end up being kind of boring and crappy. This weekend we had lots of Halloween themed fun times. On Saturday, we went to our playgroup’s Halloween party. On Sunday, we went to The Heritage Museum of Orange […]
It’s fall! It’s fall! Living in Southern California, it sometimes feels like the only season is summer, and it goes on and on forever. I know it is totally bratty to say this, but all that sunshine and warm weather can get a little boring. I drove down Pacific Coast Highway today to get to […]
Huck and I made this Easter basket and eggs together. I discovered a great way to use hot glue with kids or toddlers during this project! I have a bunch of those adhesive mounting squares (affiliate link) used for scrapbooking. Since I discovered Monoadhesive (affiliate link), I never use them. But now they have a purpose again! I […]
These are the Christmas stockings I made for us this year. They still need names on them, but I haven’t decided how to do that yet. It gives me a project for next year, I guess! Made from Eco-Felt, recyled from plastic bottles. Yay, earth!
I decided to make homemade Halloween costumes this year. Huck as a matador and Milo as a bull. For el Matador:The inside shirt is a simple white button up dress shirt. I made the jacket from a pattern (New Look 6398), cutting it off just under the waist and not putting on the pockets. Since […]
His and her Day of the Dead masks made from paper mache, acrylic paint, sequins.
Easter eggs fer hunting’.