Thanksgiving Turkey Plush Doll
Turkey without the dressing.
Turkey without the dressing.
Still looking for a Halloween costume for your kiddo? Here’s an easy way to turn a t-shirt into an owl costume in a couple of hours without any sewing involved.
Since when is a squirrel in your tree a good thing?
Still figuring out what to serve on Halloween? A lot of recipes look awfully complicated, but we’ve found ones that are easy-peasy. The key for us is few ingredients, quick assembly, great presentation and fabulous taste.
Everything but the long neck.
Remembering the dead doesn’t always have to be about grieving. Celebrate the lives of those who have passed on with this festive Dia de los Muertos craft.
More ghosts and jack o’ lanterns! I’m afraid of the scary Halloween stuff, so we like to keep it happy around here. We made these fun and simple stencils to use on treat bags, but you could add them to tees, banners, or any other fabric decorations.
Serve up your candy this year in these fun papier mâché Halloween candy bowls. Made from paper bags and recycled tissue paper, they are a fun and messy project for the kids. This project uses some recycled materials and others that can probably be found around your house.
We predict a serious run on and scramble for Where The Wild Things Are costumes once the movie hits theaters. We’ve searched the web and much to our delight we found some Max and Moishe costumes!
Looking for a simple and inexpensive way to decorate your home for Halloween? Let your little ones make these cute paper ghost garlands.
Our vegetable garden was on its last leg this week, so we decided to pull everything out and say goodbye to Timmy the Tomato and Zach the Zucchini. Also, good timing for Halloween.
It’s never too early to start thinking about Hallloween safety.
Saturday is one of our favorite holidays, Talk Like a Pirate Day. Don’t forget to enjoy it with your family. Here’s an easy to do upcycled craft.
Rosh Hashanah is approaching and the shofar horn delights kids. Help your child make one easily.
Labor Day is just around the corner. Normally Labor Day is for known for its day of rest, but we’re cleaning the house this holiday. We’ve decorated some fun cleaning baskets to help get us in the cleaning mood.
Adding a message or note to a lunchbox is a great way to start the school year.
We love the German tradition of gifting your first-grader with a giant cone filled with school supplies and goodies. In fact, we would make this an annual tradition, not just a first-grade one!
Whether celebrating independence day or not, tie dye tees are a kid favorite and an awesome activity during the warm weather.
Have you always secretly wanted to blow up your house with fireworks? Here’s your chance with these 100% safe confetti popper rockets. It’s fun for kids and you’ll never have to worry about anything catching on fire!
Fourth of July & summer mean outdoor fun. These sidewalk chalk stars are not only cuter than anything you’ll find in a store, but super economical and easy to make. Have fun!