Confessions of a perfectionist woman: empty toilet paper rolls stress me out of my mind. They accumulate in the blink of an eye! If you’re like me, try some of these lifesavers for fun, simple, and resourceful crafts.
Cinco de Mayo, friends. It’s a fun day. A day with all kinds of fun opportunities to put creative energies into practice. Enjoy a few ideas for the party (parties) of a lifetime. Of course I have started with the most important element of any party: dessert.
By raise of hands, who DOES NOT have a million loose pieces of crayon running amuck? Oh good, no one. That’s right, we all have those pesky crayon pieces. The good news is: sigh no more! Put your crayons to use in these 12 clever ways.
Maps. I love them. I love everything about them. I love the images they connote, the memories they stir up, the squiggly little lines that tell silent stories of street names where unknown people live. There’s a kind of beauty in seeing the world on paper. As lovely as they are, here’s an honesty moment: I
Ah, Spring! It has got to be just around the corner, right? Which means, of course, that it’s time to add some pizazz to porches long forlorn from Winter. Enjoy some fun ideas for how to add some decor with lots of personality to your Spring porch.
Someday, I will visit Ireland. Yes, that is a bucket list item. For now, while the wallet is still slim, I’ll have to make do with re-creating the Irish experience with their culinary delicacies. For an authentic (and delicious) St. Patrick’s Day, try any of these fabulous recipes. Your taste buds will thank you, and
I had the best childhood. Some of my happiest memories come from days spend playing with sand in my backyard, running around beneath the giant apple tree, and playing games on the lawn. Too many kids spend summers cooped up in front of a TV, but with these 15 winners, your kids will have no
Readers, I love my mom. I can never think of the perfect gift for the angel woman that I get to call mommy. I was stunned, though, with some of the incredible ideas I found from cites around the globe. Start making a list of ideas you want to use–these are keepers!
I don’t know about you, but the number of cereal boxes I go through is just ridiculous. I could probably plant a forest using all of them. And I certainly feel guilty every time I throw another one away, even if I know I’m recycling them. The following are a few brilliant ways to use