CraftersCrate Review and Giveaway 

I don't know about all of you, but I love subscription boxes. Getting packages is already fun and I love adding the surprise element to the mix. Evie is obsessed with the idea of getting mail but since she's only 4, it doesn't happen all that often. So when the CraftersCrate came for us to review, Evie was extremely excited. The first thing you see opening the box is an envelope containing a map, each different area is a kit theme. This particular kit was Safari. There is a storybook, packet with games, activities, and puzzles, a sticker for your map, and then ... Read More

What I’ve Been Up To!

It can be hard to consistently have projects to show off and write about. Crafts take time and sometimes projects have to be kept secret until they're done. If you follow me on Instagram you can usually catch some sneak peeks of what I'm working on. I did a few guest posts for some craft blogs with kid's Easter craft ideas. They're all pretty quick and Evie and Mira had a lot of fun with them, there's still plenty of time to make these before Sunday! At Seams and Scissors find out how to make this scrappy fabric Easter egg. At FaveCrafts find out how to ... Read More

Tissue Paper Eggs at CraftPaperScissors

I'm really excited to have my first guest post up at CraftPaperScissors, an Easter craft using bleeding art tissue paper. You might remember I used this for a Christmas gift using my Silhouette CAMEO and I think it's so much fun. Head over to read my full tutorial. I have some other Easter and spring themed guest posts coming up soon, so get ready! The weather has really been warming up here and I am fully embracing spring! ... Read More

One Time I Made An Airplane Quiet Book

When Evie was about 18 months old we went on a trip to California and I made this airplane busy book for the trip. It was the first busy book I've ever made and I wanted show it off, even though the project is years old and I would do a lot of things differently if I made it now. I wanted all the pages to be different aspects of travel so I started with a suitcase. The suitcase zips and inside are some different pieces of clothing that can be put on the little girl. Now I mentioned I would have done things differently, the biggest thing is that I would ... Read More

Valentine’s Day Dreamcatcher

Last year I did a guest post over at My Craftily Ever After on how to make a Valentine's Dreamcatcher. Seeing how Valentine's Day is just around the corner, it seemed fitting to share it again with you all here! I'm going to show you how to make a Valentine's Day Dreamcatcher, but this could really be made for any season or holiday! You're going to need: Yarn Pony Beads 6" wooden embroidery hoop Pipe Cleaners The next part is a little tricky so you might have to do it, or help your toddler wrap the yarn. Start with the yarn in between the two hoops and wrap it ... Read More

Virtual Busy Bag Swap – Sock Matching Game

I've done some busy bag exchanges in the past, but my ideas are always a bit limited because I have to make so many of them. So when Stephanie from Swoodson Says suggested a virtual busy bag exchange, I was really excited. I would just have to come up with an idea for a single busy bag, so I could put a lot of effort into making a super awesome one. And I might have gone a little overboard... What You Need: Clothespins Clothesline (I found one at the Dollar Tree. I tried to use thinner twine I had around but it wasn't thick enough for the clothespins to stay ... Read More

Silhouette Pom Pom Christmas Tree

There's a few more days to take advantage of the big Silhouette Black Friday sale. I picked up a bunch of supplies and I'm really excited to play around with them! One of the supplies that Silhouette sent me to try out was the double-sided adhesive and I knew I wanted to use it for a Christmas craft with Evie. I used the Christmas tree cutting file that is already in the Silhouette Studio software. It had an inner outline that I ungrouped and deleted so that it was just a solid shape. I picked out two different green colored pom poms for the tree and I also ... Read More