My 8 year old son gets all the credit for this DIY. Last month he was super in to those loom bracelets. One day I had a bunch of rubber bands sitting out and he started linking them together like you would if you were making a bracelet. Duh. That would make for a super cute and super easy loom inspired rubber band garland. And because this is inspired by
Don’t you love this garland?! My pal Carmen, of The Flair Exchange, just launched the Cross + Plus Garlands in her fab shop! I’m in love. I’ve been toying with the idea of hosting super simple giveaways over on my Facebook page. No jumping through hoops. Just leaving a comment. Simple as that. Carmen graciously offered to give away one of her newest garland creations. So one of you can
I freaking love those pre-made banners they sell in the stores. You know, the ones with mostly primary colors and they say the generic terms like, “happy birthday” or “happy anniversary” and are held together with brads? Urban Outfitters sometimes carries them that have profanity in them too, but my kids don’t know what all those words are yet and I’m not going to teach them on a special ocassion.
Do your kids always want to help you when you are in DIY crunch time leading up to a party? Mine do. And while I love that they want to spend time with me and be part of it, it sometimes slows me down. So I came up with the idea to have them make these super easy straw garlands. You can pretty much find straws in every color so
YOU GUYS!! I have found the coolest balloons ever!! We all know how rad the large mylar letter balloons are, but awhile ago I did some searching to see what I could find in the way of smaller letter balloons. I found some and used them at Lauren’s bridal shower. But they had to be heat sealed. Then as I was researching using those balloons for a mini mylar
I have a really easy DIY holiday garland for you today. (Yes grandmothers, I made extra sets for you guys too). Simply take photos of your kids, add letters in an editing program (I used illustrator but I think Pic Monkey works too) and have the photos printed in an hour (try to find a place that do a matte finish). String it up and you have a super simple