Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Sample Sale

I am having a sample sale in my Etsy shop! Some items as low as $6!! Great deals, and all ready to ship! Come on over and check it out!

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Our Advent Activities

  1. Sing Christmas Carols as a Family
  2. Make paper snowflakes and decorate them
  3. Read a Christmas book before bed
  4. Watch a Christmas movie and eat popcorn
  5. Dance and sing to Christmas music
  6. Go look at Christmas lights after dark
  7. Bake and decorate Christmas Cookies
  8. Color a Christmas Picture for Grandparents
  9. Surprise Gaga with a Christmas Treat
  10. Make a pipe cleaner candy cane craft
  11. Take pictures in front of the Christmas tree
  12. Make Gingerbread houses as a family
  13. Go visit Santa and get a picture made
  14. Write a letter to Santa
  15. Read the Christmas Story from the bible - Luke 1:26-2:40
  16. Make Marshmallow Snowman treats
  17. Make a Handprint Reindeer picture
  18. Do a Christmas coloring page
  19. Wear Reindeer antlers and sing "Rudolph the Red nose Reindeer"
  20. Take neighbors a Christmas gift
  21. Surprise Nana and Pa with a Christmas Treat
  22. Make "Magic Snow"
  23. Buy new Christmas Pj's for the Family
  24. Read " The Night Before Christmas"
  25. Merry Christmas!!

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Muffin Tin Advent Calendar **How To**

YAY!!! I am SO excited about Christmas this year! As Liam gets older and is understanding things more and more it is so fun to start holiday traditions with him. I was really wanting to make an Advent Calendar to start counting down the days to Christmas, but I kind of waited until the last minute, so I was searching online for something that I could make relatively quickly to have ready by the 1st of December. I came across this, and knew it would be perfect!
It was SUPER EASY, and only took a couple hours start to finish : ). Can't beat that! I will give you a little supply list incase you want to whip one up.
1. Mini muffin tin (24 holes)
2. Adhesive magnet sheets (I got mine at Wal-mart in the craft section. They come in 5x8 sheets in a pack of 2. You will need 2 packs to make this project)
3. Card Stock
4. Christmas Scrapbook Paper
5. Glue or Mod Podge
6. Embellishments (stickers, gems, glitter, etc.)
1. Adhere you magnet sheets to the card stock then cut out 24 2.5inch squares (or smaller depending on the size of your tin)
2. Cut out 24 2in. squares from your Christmas scrapbook paper and glue to the magnet squares. (I used Mod Podge so that they would be sealed, but you can do what ever you like.)
3. Arrange in the pattern you would like and add your numbers. (I used my Cricut to cut out numbers, but you could also use stickers or a sharpie to write on the numbers as well.)
4. Add cute embellishments :)
5. Fill with treats or slips of paper with fun ideas for you and your family to do together.
6. Admire you cute little Calendar!

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

New Fall Designs

These are a few of the new applique designs that will be available in my shop soon!
The candy corn shirt is also going to be available paired with a matching tutu!!

Monday, July 19, 2010


Go check out this SUPER CUTE blog for a chance to win a $20 Credit to my Etsy shop! That means you can choose anything to want! Also offering a 20% discount on any purchases if you mention the giveaway!

Friday, July 9, 2010

New in the Shop!

Birthday Shirts for your "Little Monkey"

Monday, July 5, 2010

My Forth of July Shirt

I got this blue shirt at Wally World for $3.50 and added a few fabric flowers to the neck line. I love how it turned out. Simple, yet patriotic. Just perfect for the fireworks show :-)