Projects for Kids
We are going to take a break from our “make your own” series to post a few halloween ideas that you still have time to do before Halloween….
Seriously, she is the cutest… Continue reading
Once in a while, my brother comes to my house for lunch (hey Andy!). We love having him come!
The other day, as we were eating lunch, he made this comment, “You know when you feel like your house is… Continue reading
My little girl, Molly, is very much a girly-girl. She loves everything pretty and sparkly. One of her aunts always lets her play with her makeup and put sparkles on her face. It has been really fun for Molly,… Continue reading
It’s no secret that I LOOOVE me some ruffles. It all started with my ruffle lamp and now I’m going crazy over ruffles on my little girl.
The other day, I was shopping with my good friend, and I saw a really cute silky ruffle skirt at Baby Gap. I was tempted to buy it, but the $32 price tag was a little steep for something she’ll wear 3 times and most likely ruin anyway.
So, instead of buying the skirt, I looked really closely at how it was made, and came home to make my own.
And you won’t believe how much it cost me.
Take that, Baby Gap!
I paired the skirt with a plain, pink onesie. The black flower on her onesie is just a hair flower clipped onto the neck.
Her headband is made from nylons, and her hair bow was made using this singed flower tutorial.
And just cause you’re all dressed up, doesn’t mean you can’t play in the dirt!
Would you like to make a sweet ruffle skirt for your own little girl? (or even for yourself?)
Yesterday our “eggtivity” was to whip up a little love for the birds in our lives. We live in the North East and I am amazed at the things that live in our backyard. We have woodpeckers,… Continue reading