How to Write Crayola Calligraphy – The Postman's Knock
Crayola calligraphy, calligraphy created with an average (cheap!) broad line marker, offers a bold and appealing way to get a message across.
How to Make a Giant Outdoor Chalkboard
Inside: Step-by-step instructions with photos for how to make an outdoor chalkboard. The kids are going to love playing outside with this! Having fun things for the kiddos to do outside is a must and this outdoor chalkboard that we made for our lil' lady's birthday is a total hit! It gives her a place to be creative and draw without all the chalk on the ground, which ends up on our feet, which ends up all over our dark floors in the house --not cool. This outdoor chalkboard wasn't difficult…
How to make a sand and water table
Learn how to build a fun DIY sand and water table for your kids! Free plans by Jen Woodhouse
25 Fabulous Fonts You Need for Your Next Party (Style Me Pretty Living)
You’ve planned every aspect of your next party—the perfect wine list, the yummiest menu and the best playlist. But one thing you probably forgot to do? Pick out the perfect font. After all, the invita
30 Fun and Easy DIY Valentines Day Crafts Kids Can Make
Valentine’s Day, the sweetest time of the year is just around the corner. Here is a bunch of crafty ideas that we gathered in one place to help your kids make their own amazing gifts. All these easy DIY crafts(with Tutorial) your kids can make by themself. Source Tutorial Tutorial Tutorial Source Tutorial […]
Sea Glass Paint -Spray or Brush to Give Bottles, Vases & Jars the Frosted Seaglass Look
Give glass bottles, vases and jars the Seaglass look with spray paint or brush on paint.
How to hold your brush pen at an angle
I've written about brush calligraphy being defined by its distinct thin and thick strokes. I've shared my favorite brush pens and how they work to create brush calligraphy. But some of you are stil...
One of my all time favorite games, memory. As a kid my siblings and I spent multiple hours playing the old school Milton-Bradley version. I loved it! As Mae started to get old enough for games I couldn't help but go out and buy a version for him. However, I soon realized that a two year old not only lacks the attention span for a very long game but also the cards were bent and twisted in a short amount of time. So last September as his birthday approached I thought I would create a version…