Back to School Fun: Easy Paper Plate School Bus Shapes Craft

    Looking for fun and easy back to school crafts for kids? As they get ready to go back to school, we’ve been running around all over the place trying to get all of our shopping done, and enjoy our last summer days. I thought it would be fun to do a school bus craft, […]

DIY Colored Magic Moon Sand: Build and Mold for Sensory Play!

  This post brought to you by Faultless/Bon Ami Company. The content and opinions expressed below are that of     Summer is in full swing and we have been having a blast! My eldest is in summer camp, while my preschooler has been at her school a few days a week, and home […]

10 Patriotic and Easy 4th of July Activities and Crafts for Kids!

    The day of America’s Independence is almost here, which means families all over the country will be celebrating with friends, food and FUN! If you enjoy crafting with your kids, here are a few ideas for easy Fourth of July crafts that you can make at home.     1. Stamped Stars and […]

DIY Dry Erase White Board Tiles Craft

Hi guys! I’m Olivia from DIY Mother! Today, Deanna is letting me share a super-easy organizational DIY project that costs $5 and doesn’t require much effort: a 4 (or 6 or 8) panel dry erase board.     Lately, I’ve been on a mission to get my family a little more organized. My house is […]

How To Make A Boxtroll Part 2: The Finished Product!

  Guys we did it! We finished our Boxtroll!   Remember when I showed you a sneak peak of how to make a Boxtroll for The Boxtrolls movie and sweepstakes? We’re so happy to be done, now we can enter the Build A Boxtroll Movie Sweepstakes!     This was such an easy craft, my […]

10 Insanely Creative DIY Father’s Day Gifts for Dad

  Father’s Day is this weekend, have you picked up a gift for the amazing dad in your life? No? Neither have I.   DON’T FRET!   You can make him something awesome, right in your own home. What I love about DIY Father’s Day gifts is that they are extremely affordable, and personal gifts […]

5 Summer Arts and Crafts for Kids – Love these Project Ideas!

  I am so excited that the summer is near, once we pass Memorial Day, it’s official! We’ll be taking full advantage of the heat at the pool and the beach, but we will be hanging out indoors, too. In order to keep the kids busy this summer while school is out, we’re gonna have […]

We Made A Colorful PEEPS® Easter Flower Bouquet!

Y’all remember when we made this DIY Easter PEEPS® Wreath Craft? Well, we had a ton of marshmallow PEEPS left over, and although we ate a bunch, we decided that we could use them for something else.     Behold, the Easter PEEPs Bouquet! This was a super simple table centerpiece to make, using fresh […]

Crafting Fun: DIY Easter PEEPS Wreath

  It’s April. Time is flying by, I feel like 2014 just started! Since Easter is around the corner, we decided to get a little crafty and made a Easter PEEPS® wreath! It’s so simple to do, and kids can get in on the fun and make their own. Here is one that I made, […]

St. Patricks Day Craft: Stained Glass Tissue Paper Shamrocks

St. Patrick’s Day is Monday, March 17, and we’re doing some St.Patty’s Day inspired crafts for kids!   Are you looking for a fun, easy St. Patrick’s Day craft to do with your kids? This preschool friendly stained glass shamrock looks great on our window, let the sun shine through this beautiful art display! It […]

Fun Kids Crafts: #TeamUSA Olympics Rings Gold Medal with Fruit Loops #GreatStarts

  Have you all been watching the Sochi Winter Olympics?   We have! I don’t know if you remember, but I met a bunch of Kellogg’s #GreatStarts Olympic athletes last year in New York, heard their life stories, and I can’t help but to root for them! I am involved in a partnership with Kellogg’s […]

5 Homemade Classroom Valentines for Kids In School

Store bought Valentines? Meh. Make something unique! These cute and affordable homemade Valentines will go easy on your wallet while going BIG on the fun!     If you’ve got school aged kids, they will love crafting and passing out Valentines in their classrooms that they made themselves. There are so many great ideas, check out […]