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Edible Witch Brooms

October 5, 2015 // 2 Comments

I know these have been all over the internet but I just had to give them a try.  Edible Witch Brooms look simple to make but I ran into a few hiccups so I would like share tips to making them easier. The great thing about these treats are they only require two ingredients! Ingredients need: Mini [Read more]

Creepy Halloween Serving Trays

October 1, 2015 // 1 Comment

We are at it again a few of my fellow bloggers and I have hit the dollar bins at Target and turned a $1.00 item into something creative and fun. Our challenge this time was to transform black Halloween trays, I decided to transform mine into Creepy Halloween Serving Trays. I made one  tray that [Read more]

DIY Button Bracelets

September 29, 2015 // 0 Comments

This project was so much fun to make.  My little helpers had a blasted as they worked on their hand eye coordination and didn’t even know it. DIY Button Bracelets are easy to make and if your kids help they can use their imagination as they chose button color, string color and bead a color. [Read more]

DIY Superhero Capes

September 28, 2015 // 0 Comments

When my daughters decided to have a super hero party, I immediately started thinking of party favors. Party favors are high on my list when hosting a party. I decided that I would make DIY Superhero Capes and have a crafting station where the kids personalize their own capes.  The best thing about [Read more]

Minions made from Recycled Containers

September 3, 2015 // 0 Comments

I’ve probably have said this before, I just have the hardest time throwing away containers.   These rather large containers have been hanging out in my garage for some time now.  (On a side note these sourdough San Francisco Pretzels taste amazing.) Well, like I was saying before I had [Read more]

GMC DIY Challenge

August 12, 2015 // 0 Comments

I have to say, I just had one of the most amazing weekends of my life. I am honored to have been able to compete in a GMC DIY Challenge on Dinah Wulf at DIYInspired team, along with my  Dad, Bob Sevick ,who now has the nickname “Bob the Builder “.  GMC partnered with Habitat for [Read more]

Thank You Sports Tags

July 29, 2015 // 0 Comments

The fall sports season is about to start, whether it be; soccer, softball, basketball or any other sport, it seems as if every sport has two seasons now a days for recreational sports!  I am always looking for creative things to give to the coaches at the end or during the season.  I created a [Read more]

Superhero Lollipops

July 22, 2015 // 2 Comments

My twin daughter’s birthday was coming up and the only party theme they both could agree on was a Superhero Party.  I wasn’t doing a big party for them, but they were insistent, they were having a party. I didn’t really mind, it gave me the opportunity to make a smashing dessert [Read more]

Fairy Houses

July 14, 2015 // 0 Comments

My daughters have been asking me for months to make a fairy garden with them, so one day when the JoAnn’s Fabric in our town was moving locations I picked up a few Bird houses for just pennies.  Then, when my oldest daughter had a play date we decided to get started on our fairy garden, we made [Read more]

Patriotic Painted Wagon

June 26, 2015 // 0 Comments

Changing the paint on somethings can update, upscale or make it your own. I recently, shared with you a Red Ryder Wagon make over that we just loved, but the following year we had twins so we needed a bigger wagon, which lead to our second wagon transformation of a new larger wagon into a Patriotic [Read more]
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