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…
Simply Delicious! It’s fall and this season is about spending time with family and friends. Entertaining is a big focus for most families over the next few months. 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 🙂
Boo! It’s Baking Time!
We love inviting friends to stop by before trick-or-treating. It gives the kids (and parents) a chance to mingle and play before heading out as a group. It’s a good idea to have an activity or two planned before the guests arrive. The Foodstirs Halloween Ghost Cookie Kit is the perfect crafty project for this holiday. This delicious kit includes Foodstirs premium sugar cookie mix, a ghost cookie cutter, organic powdered sugar, organic chocolate chips, easy step-by-step directions, and a fun facts card! Continue Reading…
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…
It’s National Lemonade Day today and to celebrate we are sharing 2 delicious Lemonade recipes that are yummy year round! Check Them Out 🙂
Can you believe there’s an entire day devoted to chocolate, marshmallows and graham crackers! Today is National S’more Day and we couldn’t be more excited! It’s hard to believe, but some people have never indulged in this ooey-gooey treat. Check out our tips on how to create s’mores so good you’ll… want s’more.
- Graham Crackers
- Pieces Of Chocolate
- Large Marshmallows
What You Will Need:
- Shish Kabob Skewers or Sticks
- Some Sort Of Flame or Fire
What You Will do:
- Place a piece of chocolate one graham cracker. Set it aside.
- Push the stick through one marshmallow. Roast over fire.
- While still warm, immediately place the marshmallow on top of the chocolate.
- Place the other half of the graham cracker on top, forming a sandwhich.
- Enjoy 🙂
We love our fruits and veggies, but sometimes, we just can’t say no to a treat – especially if it’s ice cream! There are more ways than eating your ice cream with just a cone. With many sunshine days up ahead this summer, we’ve pulled together a list of five ways you can eat your ice cream. Creative and tasty make a great combo!
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! I haven’t met one person who doesn’t enjoy this delectable dessert on a cone or in a cup. If you’re a fan of this frosty treat, check out three of my favorite homemade ice cream recipes.
The July 4th holiday is around the corner, can you believe it?! School’s out, and before you know it the bags (or coolers) will be packed for another Independence Day celebration. No matter where you will be celebrating this year— whether it’s a backyard BBQ or a beach weekend—some things will always be required: red, white & blue decorations and clothing and somewhere to watch fireworks. A fun add-on to most parties are sparklers too, but they’re not the safest party prop for kids. However, they don’t need to miss out! There are plenty of sparkler alternatives so your kids can join in on the fun and play it safe. I stopped by my local dollar store for some options and came away with two: