While many school districts have gone away from traditional celebrations of Valentine’s Day, I have found that where there is a will, there is a way.
As the years go by, it’s easy to forget the small details of everyday life. Time capsules are a great way to store keepsakes and to create memories. What better way to celebrate the new year then to get your family involved in making a family time capsule that will help you record all of the years precious memories. Get your family involved in making a family time capsule with these simple tips.
One of my favorite things about Christmas is gift giving. I take wrapping gifts pretty seriously and am known as the best gift wrapper in my family. This year I decided to create my own inexpensive but just as lovely wrapping paper. Below I’m sharing my tips on how you too can create your own beautiful holiday wrapping paper this year.
I’ve had glittery mason jars on the mind for awhile now. Because really who hasn’t? Seriously. In any case, my house has completed the transition from Thanksgiving to Christmas, with a fully decorated mantelpiece, tree up with decorations, and other random adornments throughout the house. Continue Reading…
This holiday season, spend some time with your children to make a unique gift for your FabKids’ teachers. They’ll feel so special knowing that their student took the time and effort to make an one-of-a-kind gift for them!
As much as I LOVE the fall season, my skin doesn’t agree with me! The seasonal transition leaves me dealing with dry skin which is no fun. I decided to help my skin out & make an all natural moisturizing honey oat soap which has worked wonders for me! I had to share the recipe with you & the best part is this is super easy to make.
Winter is right around the corner and for some of us that means snow! We already know the kids are more than thrilled for this time of year and anxiously waiting the snow. Have them wait no longer! Here’s a fun and easy way to bring the snow to them a little earlier than expected. Continue Reading…
Do you remember those Thanksgiving dinners where the adults sat at one table having grownup conversations while drinking out of wine glasses and eating off fancy plates? What about the boring kids table that was covered in paper plates and regular cups that you and your cousins from out of town sat at?
My kids are still at the age where they get excited about novelty accessories for the holidays. Last year for Thanksgiving, I got goofy turkey headband for the girls that they wore well beyond the holiday.
Chances are you’re either hosting or attending some kind of holiday soiree this season. And, whether it’s a swanky dinner party or an all-out feast, one thing’s certain: you should never be without a bevvy of blooms. Continue Reading…