My $0 Bathroom Makeover

7 Apr

My Zero Dollar Bathroom Makeover

Have you ever wanted to update a room in your house but haven’t created a budget for it yet? I had my eye on our half bath downstairs ever since we finished the ceiling tile. It’s used by guests and I just needed it to be much more than a closet with a toilet and […]

Printable Easter Activities

26 Mar

In some parts of the country, winter is still in full swing. In other parts, spring has begun. Here in Arizona it feels as though we’re on to summer already! Monsoons have already begun. What ever the weather, printable Easter activities for kids are a great way to spend a little quiet time in doors. […]

Oldometer Birthday Card

24 Mar

Oldometer Birthday Card

My dad’s birthday was last week. He turned 59, which seems hard to wrap my head around. He and my mom will always be in their 40′s to me…59 is basically 60! Haha. Sorry, Dad. I know you read this blog. For as long as I can remember my dad has talked about wanting to […]

DIY Giant Teacher’s Pencil

6 Mar

DIY Giant Teacher's Pencil

This was a fun project to do as a teacher’s gift. I had seen a few fellow crafters doing something similar on a crafters forum I’m in, only they were purchasing their pencils and doing the entire thing with vinyl (vinyl pink, silver, yellow and black). I wanted to try it from scratch and with […]

Lamb Lunch Sack Topper

22 Feb

Lamb Lunch Sack Topper

Keeping with the series of “The Divine Mission Of Jesus Christ”, this month’s message was about The Good Shepherd.  Jesus Christ, the Good Shepherd, taught: “What man of you, having an hundred sheep, if he lose one of them, doth not leave the ninety and nine in the wilderness, and go after that which is […]

Bunny Tails

28 Mar

Bunny Tails

This post was originally seen on Somewhat Simple as a silhouette promotional post. As a contributor to Somewhat Simple, I am able to share my creations with my readers as well.  Today, not only am I sharing my Bunny Tails cookie recipe, but I get to my baggie topper I made to match. My Bunny […]

Easter Place Setting

26 Mar

Easter Place Setting

I had so much fun making the Easter place settings last year that I decided to take it up a notch this year. I’m giddy at how cute they turned out. You know that feeling when you start to dream up a creative idea and all you can do is hope it turns out as […]

Easter Place Settings

7 Apr

Egg Place Card Easter Table Settings

This year for Easter I decided to add to the tablescape that would be at my parent’s house. We have a large-ish family and I wanted to find something that could be fun Easter place settings for everyone joining us.I love browsing the silhouette store on portfolios of artists/designers I’ve already purchased from before (to […]

Peepshi

5 May

Peepshi

Easter has come and gone, and all that candy has gone on sale at our local stores. So, what do you do with the left over peeps? Make peepshi! (Like sushi, but it’s not fish!). This idea actually came from my husband. I have to give credit where it is due. I came home from a […]

Disconnect To Reconnect

8 Apr

This post brought to you by Gulf County, Florida. All opinions are 100% mine. Jonathan has been traveling a lot with his new title at work. We knew this promotion would be beneficial for our family, I just never realized all the possible destinations I might accompany him to!  He finds out about a month […]

Managing Life with BMO Harris Bank

26 Feb

This post brought to you by BMO Harris Bank N.A. Member FDIC. All opinions are 100% mine. Doesn't life just have a way with throwing curve balls? College, Marriage, Family, Home Owning, Retirement… they can all be overwhelming if you don't have the right resources. BMO Harris Bank is stepping up to the plate in […]

Hit The Road With Zubie!

25 Feb

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Zubie for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. We’ve done a lot of traveling as of late. I’ve shown you my pictures from our Disneyland trip (and the temporary tattoos my daughters wore that day). A few weeks ago, we packed up and drove […]

The Good Shepherd Handout

24 Feb

The Good Shepherd Handout

I stumbled upon another idea for this month’s visiting teaching message. But first, recap! In case you missed my previous post (Sheep Bag Topper), the message for February 2014 was: Jesus Christ, the Good Shepherd, taught: “What man of you, having an hundred sheep, if he lose one of them, doth not leave the ninety […]

Amore Bunting

18 Feb

Amore Bunting with Sketch Pen image

This post was first seen on Somewhat Simple. As a contributing writer for Somewhat Simple, I get to offer Small Fine Print readers the same deals and promotions. See end of post.I’m just going to go ahead and call this project my triple threat. It has cardstock, it has adhesive vinyl, and it has sketch […]