Downtime Doodles make a great addition any classroom or play date. And don’t forget to share your creations with us on Instagram by tagging your post with #DowntimeDoodles.
To help you keep the kids busy this winter break, we turned our favorite graphics and patterns from the December collection into a free downloadable coloring book. Here’s how to get it:
- Click here
- Download the PDF
- Print it
- Get creative!
- Share your creations with us on Instagram. Use the hashtag #DowntimeDoodles
Homemade gifts are always the best kind around the holidays! Whenever it comes time for us to put up the Christmas tree, it’s like we take a step back in time with all of the ornaments from our past- from the handmade ones we made as children to the handprint ornaments of our own! Continue Reading…
Halloween is this weekend and we have a great last-minute DIY for all of you Fab parents! Pumpkin decorating with Tattly! How cool is this — No carving, no mess and it is a great way to make your house Trick or Treat ready in under 10 minutes!
It is as easy as 1, 2, 3 – Here’s What You Will Need!
- Tattly Temporary Tattoos (comes with sponge)
- A Clean Work Space
Here’s What To Do!
- Have a clean work space set up with your pumpkins, cup of water and tattoos
- Pick a tattoo
- Peel the clear part from the tattoo
- Place the tattoo on the pumpkin
- With a wet sponge, hold the tattoo on the pumpkin for about 10-15 seconds
- Peel up the paper
- Voila! You are all set!
Have Fun + Happy Halloween 🙂
One of my favorite things about October is the variety of Halloween-themed clothing accessories that you can wear anytime without looking too costume-y. My favorite motif to accessorize in is the spider (even though I cringe at the site of a real one), and this year I was inspired to make hair accessories—specifically fascinators— for the girls. My girls and I make one every year for New Year’s Eve, so I thought why not one with spiders! Continue Reading…
If you’re ever in charge of planning a shower of any kind – baby or bridal – one thing that is usually on the list is an activity to keep people busy. It’s always good to have a few options, especially since one of the new, growing trends is for people to bring gifts unwrapped (as indicated by the phrase “Please be a dear, and wrap in clear.”) rather than watch the honoree open everything.
The school year is finally coming to an end in a couple of weeks so I’ve begun brainstorming gift ideas for each of my children’s teachers. If you stop and really think about it, we entrust teachers with spending a lot of time with our kids. In my opinion, they’re worth far more than a mug or t-shirt. I’ve compiled a list of gifts your child’s teacher is sure to love.
Have you run out of egg decorating ideas for your annual Easter egg hunt? Fret not! We’re sharing 4 of our favorite eggs-tremely easy ways to decorate Easter eggs.
My girls love playing dress up in anything that twirls—whether it’s their FabKids dresses or hand-me-down dance recital costumes. Lately, their preferred choice of costumes are more like long gowns, and they pretend to be princesses on their coronation or wedding day. Continue Reading…