Halloween is literally days away. But, what’s that? You don’t have an outfit?! There’s no reason to panic because a perfect costume needs to come from a store. The best outfits are the ones which come from your home and heart. Not only can you personalize it, but you can cut costs and get a sense of pride when someone says “nice getup!” Before the production line is up and running, you need to make sure you understand the basics. Read more
While in my search for something unique for my friends’ children this holiday season I came across Mudpuppy. Mudpuppy offers unique, imaginative play products for kids of many ages. I received a few Mudpuppy products and excited to share them with you.
The Magical Unicorn Color-In Puzzle is a fun puzzle geared for kids ages 3+. With 24 puzzle pieces, your child will have loads of fun putting this together and once completed they can use their imagination to color their puzzle in any way they like. There are many different kinds of puzzles to color in, such as an Owl, Cat, Ice cream truck and more. Read more
Halloween doesn’t always have to mean spooky or gory. I love donuts and thought why not turn a pumpkin into a yummy looking donut. What makes these great is you can display them all year round on a mantle or end table. These are very simple to make and does not cost a lot either.
I love Halloween and what better way to celebrate Halloween than to do some fun crafts. I never have been a very crafty person but I always have loved to make things. Growing up, my mom was a very crafty women and she always had something going that was fun and creative. I can remember my mom would take my brother and I to ceramics every Saturday to make something fun. I decided it was time to make some fun Halloween crafts for my kids to enjoy. These are so simple and really fun to make.
Back to school gift guide suggestion
It is just about that time when the kids will be going back to school. Everyone is scrambling to buy last minute school supplies and cases to hold the school supplies in. A more affordable and fun way to make pencil pouches for your kids school supplies is using Duct Tape! All you need is gallon zip lock bags and Scotch Duct Tape in whatever design you like. I will show you what I have made using Scotch Duct Tape. Scotch Duct Tape can be used for a variety of things such as making a border around an old picture frame, designing pencil top holders for pencils, creating wallets, decorating backpacks, making belts and more. I never knew how many fun crafts there are to do with Duct Tape until my daughter has told me about it.