Every time I think of creamsicles my childhood flashes before my eyes. These were my favorite treat on a hot summer day, so I was pretty excited when I came across this easy recipe for Homemade Creamsicles (by Mrs Happy Homemaker). I’ll definitely be putting it to use this summer.
This is the best thing ever, chalkboard paint!! Click the photo for the recipe and step by step instructions for the ^pictured chalkboard wall calendar (by Martha Stewart).
This cute “wall art” (by Design Sponge Online) is made from something we all have in our homes, toilet paper rolls!! I can’t wait to try this one out.
Toilet Paper rolls
Paint + brushes
1. Crush paper roll
2. Cut into approximately 5 equal parts don’t have to be exact
3. Place the rolls on a flat surface creating a desired pattern. spend time trying different compositions and patterns.
4. Glue where rolls are touching, hold with laundry pins to dry. You may use a stapler as an alternative, what ever is easier. I find that glue is easier for the younger kids.
5. You may paint and add sparkles. Sprinkle the glitter on the wet paint, this way it will sticks and you wont need any glue.
6. You may expend the pattern in to an organic cell growth. The challenge is when to say STOP.
This is the “Bored Jar” (by shaydesoflife). I say that phrase way too often so when I found this neat idea I thought it was perfect (: It’s a jar full of different things to do ranging from clean your room to go out for an ice cream. Now whenever I’m bored I can just pull out a slip of paper and I’ll have something to do (:
I love this DIY Color Block Pouch (by justbblog).
Trying out this gorgeous Embellished Cardigan (by mismatcherie) next weekend with friends<3
Bird Mobile (by Spool Sewing).
This is such a great idea! If you’ve got multiple females in your house this would definitely come in handy! There are 4 girls in my house and we each have our own straighteners/curling irons/who knows what else. I’m definitely going to have to try out this DIY Bathroom Storage (by The Family Handyman).
DIY hair clip
1) take an old fabric brooch (I got mine off of a cardigan I had)
2) unstitch from fabric if need be. add/modify the piece (I made some of the middle jewel pieces dangly for a cute twist)
3) remove pin back if need be. hot glue gun to plain barrette or hair clip
4) wear with confidence & style! :)
This Minnie Mouse Piñata (by At Second Street) is supposed to be for kids but I would totally make it for myself :D So adorable!