Thursday, April 16, 2015

Baseball Cap Tips

1. Get Your Ball Caps Organized

Here's an easy way to keep your hats off the floor and in your closet:

Source: http://www.housedressingstyle.com/2012/09/diy-1-hat-organizer.html?m=1
2. Best Way To Clean Your Baseball Cap

Yahoo found the best way to clean your baseball hat and it includes laundry detergent, a plastic food container and a balloon.

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Travel Memories

1. Here's a great idea to showcase your travel memories. Cut out the shape of the state/country you visited and place it on a map -- coordinating the picture with the state the photo was captured in.

Source: http://cutcraftcreate.blogspot.com/
2. Memory Box - Print out small square-shaped (2 inch by 2 inch) pictures and place inside a cardboard jewelry box. The more places you visit -- the more boxes you have to stack up around the house.

Source: www.camillestyles.com

3. Memory Map - Place a map on a wall in your home and hang up framed pictures around the perimeter. Attach a string between the map (the specific area you visited) and the picture which corresponds with the travel destination.

Source: Etsy/Pinterest.com


Thursday, April 2, 2015

Last Minute Easter Ideas

1. Easter Eggs With Polka Dots

Easy, creative and simple. Create an easter egg with sugar polka dots by adding glue dots and sprinkling sugar crystals on top.

Source: http://www.domestifluff.com/2009/04/how-to-make-sparkly-dot-easter-eggs/
2. Carrot Utensil Napkins

Use an orange napkin to hold utensils (use green, disposable utensils to create the carrot look) together for guests for a dinner party. Simply tie the top to keep everything together. 

Source: http://family.disney.com/easter-crafts
3.  Peep Tree

Use toothpicks to attach peeps onto a Styrofoam ball. Add jelly beans to the bottom of the pot and a wooden stick to hold the peep bouquet. 
Source: http://www.thehungrymouse.com/2011/04/11/peep-topiary-plus-other-easter-table-top-decorating-ideas/



Thursday, March 26, 2015

Easy, Fun Easter Ideas

1. Swimming Peeps

Source: http://thefirstyearblog.com/swimming-peeps-jello-cups/
2. Get the right color...

You'll want to pin this to your Pinterest board...

Source: http://www.mccormick.com/Recipes/Other/Easter-Eggs
3. Easy Bunny Cakes
Source: http://www.mccormick.com/Recipes/Other/Easter-Eggs

Source: www.kammyskorner.com
4. Easter Eggs Decorated w/ Napkins

You can decorate eggs with paper napkin patterns. All you need is eggs, egg whites and napkins. Try something new! 
Source: http://www.larecetadelafelicidad.com/en/2013/03/easter-eggs-napkins.html




Thursday, March 19, 2015

Food Hacks: Mason Jar

Does it really take a few seconds to peel a head of garlic and just minutes to make some whipped cream in a mason jar?

Yep! The mason jar is truly fantastic.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

St. Patrick Day Ideas

1. Shamrock Shake Twin

Skip the drive-thru and try this recipe on your own. All you need is ice cream,  milk, mint extract, whipped cream and green food coloring.

Source: http://backtoherroots.com/2011/03/17/thirsty-thursday-shamrock-shake/


2. Green Sprite Surprise

Create some green Kool-Aid ice cubes and add it to your favorite clear drink.

Source: http://wholesomemommy.com/st-patricks-day-fun-with-the-kiddos/

3. Treasure Slime

This is a fun idea for kids. You only need three ingredients: glue, liquid starch and glitter. Add some cold coins for some added fun for St. Patrick's Day.

Source: http://www.growingajeweledrose.com/2013/02/shamrock-slime-kids-activity.html

4. Irish Eggs

Simple cut a pepper into rings to create a frame. Place it in a skillet and add your egg inside.

Source: http://www.pamperedchef.com/com-a-lil-irish-laughter#
5. Cupcake Treasure

Bake your favorite cupcake, cut out the center (halfway) and fill with St. Patrick's Day sprinkles. Cover with frosting and enjoy!

Source: http://familyfoodandtravel.com/2015/02/st-patricks-day-leprechaun-treasure-cupcakes.html





  • 2 bottles of school glue (8 oz)    
  • 1 cup of liquid starch
  • Rainbow glitter
  • - See more at: http://www.growingajeweledrose.com/2013/02/shamrock-slime-kids-activity.html#sthash.F02m7ZQZ.dpuf




  • 2 bottles of school glue (8 oz)    
  • 1 cup of liquid starch
  • Rainbow glitter
  • - See more at: http://www.growingajeweledrose.com/2013/02/shamrock-slime-kids-activity.html#sthash.F02m7ZQZ.dpuf

    Thursday, February 19, 2015

    DIY Cold Weather Animal Shelter

    Styrofoam Bin

    Simply cut a hole in a Styrofoam bin/box (cooler) and add some straw. For added security, place it in a litter box or large plastic bin. 


    Click here to check out more ideas and find instructions.