Knit Together in Love Girls Camp

Every summer our church hosts a camp for young women (ages 12-18), where we get them away from boys and cell phones (at least we try), and daily showers, and help them to learn about themselves and strengthen relationships with each other and with God. I haven’t been to girls camp for several years. The […]

Glittery Golden New Year’s Eve

Happy New Year!! I hope you’ve had a wonderful holiday season and lots of opportunities to celebrate with those you love!  Here’s a quick glimpse into our New Year’s Eve festivities. I’ll be posting a Christmas re-cap and my word of the year soon. I made these sparkly numbers out of Chipboard and Christmas clearance […]

Happy Black Friday – Silhouette Studio Giveaway

How was your Thanksgiving! Mine was lovely and I will blog about it really soon, but right now Black Friday is upon us and there are some deals you need to know about! If you don’t have a Silhouette already, I can bet it is on your Christmas list. If you have a Silhouette, it’s […]

Preschool Thanksgiving Celebration

The clock is ticking. I’m sure most of you are up to your elbows in Thanksgiving preparations and might not have time to read another post about Thanksgiving. But, in case the kids table is a bit of an after-thought, I’m getting this post up right away, in the hopes that it might inspire you […]

Coffee Filter Lion Preschool Craft and Toilet Paper Tube Binoculars

I’m dying to show you all the pictures from my daughter’s County Fair themed birthday from this past weekend, but it is going to take me a while to write up that post. Check back in a week or two for all of the exciting details! In the meantime, I have been doing a pre-school […]

How to Make a Ric Rac Crown with Mod Podge

I recently wrote about the Pony Royale party I hosted for my daughter and her friends. The story of the Pony Royale ponies is the ponies are born in the same month as their princesses. I knew that a crown would make a great party favor, but I wanted it to be something special, unique […]

Father’s Day Crafts Round-up

When you say the word “craft” it often conjures up images of ruffles and lace–everything unmanly. But there are many projects that you and/or your kids can do for Father’s Day that will impress the manliest of men. Why not use your talents to show him you care? Here are some creative and crafty Father’s […]

3D Paper Easter Egg Garland

Last Easter, with the aid of a dozen or so pre-adolescent girls, I made this fun Easter Egg garland as a decoration for the church party that we threw with out any budget (Would you like to know more about how we pulled that one off in another post?). I used the basic concept I […]

Masquerade Masks – Scribble Shop Challenge

I have hard time walking away from a challenge, so I couldn’t refuse the chance to take part in The Scribble Shop Challenge! Along with many other creative bloggers, I was sent a package from The Scribble Shop–an on-line craft store–full of random craft supplies with a challenge to use all of the supplies in […]

Craft Closet Organization

We’re continuing the Organization for the Insane series today with Ann Marie, from white house black shutters. I LOVE her built in craft closet and I think you will agree that her tray solution for craft supplies makes so much sense! * * * * * Hi everyone, I’m Ann Marie from the blog white […]