Your child is sick. It’s the middle of the night. Make scenarios like these much simpler to handle by assembling a DIY emergency sick bag kit!
My husband came up with this brilliant idea to extend the life and playability of my daughter’s Melissa & Doug game. Check out this memory game hack!
This is such a cute little nativity scene! Check out this DIY Rock Nativity! It’s an easy to make and affordable Christmas craft!
Are you tired of taking pictures of food or objects and the pictures look terrible? This post shows the benefits of making a photography light tent. This DIY photography light tent is inexpensive and easy to make!
Do you hate to work out? Are you always looking for good exercise motivation? How about getting paid to work out? Now how’s that for exercise motivation?!
Want a pretty and functional hand towel for your kitchen? Check out this tutorial for this DIY hanging kitchen hand towel! It’s so easy to make!
Do you want to track your workout routine but don’t like jotting your schedule on paper? Check out this diy tutorial to make a dry erase workout board!
When I discovered I could make wine for less than $2, I decided to give it a shot! Here are my adventures in homemade wine-making!
Want a beautiful birthday decoration that you can use year after year? Here are some tips on how to sew a stunning happy birthday banner.
We live in a townhouse and are very limited in the outdoor space that we have. Come take a look at how we made creative playspaces for our small backyard.
A little refurbishing project! Check out how I transformed a basic cart into a mud pie kitchen for my daughter.
A beautiful and simple DIY nursery art project. It’s decor and a keepsake!
We have been on a journey to reduce food waste. One of the ways we do that is we plan our menus! Check out this DIY dry erase menu board that we made for our kitchen.
Check out this nifty way to display Christmas cards… a DIY Christmas card wreath!
I love DIY projects! Check out this beautiful DIY butterfly mobile craft!
Check out this quick, easy and low cost DIY light table tutorial! You can make your own light table at home!
Crayons + heat = Melted crayon art! This art project is a fun one to do with the kiddos! All you need is crayons, hot glue, a canvas, and a blow dryer!
Not sure what to do with the children’s artwork? I made a mini-art gallery and my daughter loved it!
A fabulous and inexpensive, DIY project! Using an IKEA end table as a base, check out these instructions on how to build a play kitchen for children.