Thanks for taking a second to bask with me 🙂 Now how about some more ideas, DIY’s and things we love to do?
Kid’s book bag carryall Or, ok … a messenger bag. My daughter is 6 and one major book worm … this is so perfect.
For all you budding Etsy-ers, photographers, Craigslist-ers and so on. Please, please. Take better photos. (Points finger at self.)
Map art is apparently my new heartbeat. I cannot stop looking at stuff like this. I have an idea up my sleeve about making a subway-map type print that has to do with family trips we’ve taken. Has anyone seen something like this?
Celebrate the boy with hats! I love that this how they’re categorizing this one. We’re learning the love of a boy and his hats right now. If he didn’t have me wrapped around his finger before, he certainly does now.
Sweet tooth pouch – oh skittles. How we love you in this house. A true gluten free candy, now don’t get me wrong – we eat gluten these days but when it comes to candy – they’re already getting 100 and one things they don’t need. I really appreciate that skittles keeps one of them out.
Coffee filter pom poms! Swoon. Easy! Accessible.
Faux logs … just wait. It’s rounding the corner to Camping Season where we come from and I actually heard my husband utter these words to our kids “You wanna go camping?”. It was ground breaking, can’t you tell? We went camping once when our oldest was 6 months old. That was 6 years ago. So we have some catching up to do and maybe some practicing? Fire safety? Camp fires? I think we about covered it.
Easter egg hunt bags YES! I have a sickness with little purses.
A tutorial which is so completely awesome that I won’t describe it to you. You just. You have to.
Cute sucker tags that go farther than St Patty’s day. Share a smile 🙂
A velcro quiet book which is adorable and so easy!
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