If there’s ever a holiday to gift something handmade, it’s definitely Mother’s Day. Moms have the power to look past the imperfections and love something just because of the thought that went into it. They tend to like things even more if the face of their sweet kid is involved too. So I made this photo strip card as something to accompany that breakfast in bed already in the works.4 COMMENTS
Exactly a year ago I was in the midst of post partum chaos and my friend delivered a few groceries to my doorstep including a carton of ice cream. My husband brought it up to the bed with a spoon and I remember saying out loud, “Ice cream has never tasted so good.” And I meant it. After that moment I vowed I would help every new mama I knew in some small way and so I created this snack box that is super easy to put together.8 COMMENTS
My son’s first birthday is rapidly approaching so I’ve been throwing around party theme ideas. He loves his plastic toy animals so I thought it would be fun to create decorations from them. Hence, the birthday animal parade.
I love party photo booths because they work equally as well at a kid’s birthday as they do at a wedding. And you can easily personalize them to the occasion with the backdrop. This candy button backdrop is so easy it only requires three supplies and about ten minutes.4 COMMENTS
My favorite favors are the edible kind. A piece of handmade pie or cake would please any party guest and wedge shaped boxes are just the way to package them. But you can’t just leave them plain, here’s an easy way to pep them up a bit.2 COMMENTS