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Make an Insulated Lunch Bag for Back to School

Make an Insulated Lunch Bag for Back to School

Does your kid brown bag it to school? This insulated lunch bag is a great, inexpensive way to give him a little upgrade with this cute tutorial from Crazy Little Projects. Amber shares a detailed tutorial with plenty of photos to help you make this simple lunch bag for back to school.

5 Back to School Tips for middle schoolers

Back to School Tips for Middle Schoolers

Middle school is a world of its own! Kids are transitioning away from being a little kid, dealing with hormones   Read More »

DIY Cardboard Sewing Machine Toy

Make a Cardboard Sewing Machine

My son Darrol Henry is obsessed with my sewing machine. He’s only 16 months, so his idea of playing with a sewing machine involved banging on it and pulling on parts that maybe he should not pull on. This DIY cardboard sewing machine from Little Red Window looks like the perfect way to let him take that toddler energy out on something a little more age-appropriate. Maybe without the faux needle, until he’s a little bit older.

Backyard mini golf

Summer Fun Idea: Backyard Mini Golf

Are your kids “so bored!” yet? It seems like there’s a point in the summer where kids just can’t figure   Read More »

Whipped Green Tea + Coconut Moisturizer

Make Whipped Green Tea + Coconut Oil Moisturizer

This recipe for whipped coconut and green tea moisturizer will blow your mind. Or at least, it blew my little mind.

Back to school tips for your 4th and 5th graders

Back to School Tips for 4th & 5th Graders

Do you have a 4th or 5th grader about to go back to school? You might wonder how you can   Read More »

DIY Face Paint Recipe

DIY Face Paint Recipe

I have a confession to make: I had a full face paint kit even before I had children. I may   Read More »

10 Ways to Spruce Up Your Summer Garden on a Budget

10 Ways to Spruce Up Your Summer Garden on a Budget

We’re in the dog days of summer now, and your garden might be looking at little bit…well…sad. Super hot days are tough on your plants, and your garden might need a bit of sprucing. Here are some ways to make your summer garden as inviting as it was when you planted everything in the spring.

Locker lookz parts

Bling Out Your Locker with LLZ by LockerLookz

Want to have the most stylin’ locker in school? Check out our tips, and scroll all the way down this   Read More »

Edible paint idea - use frozen berries! Fun kid idea

Edible Paint Idea: Berry Paintings

I am a huge fan of edible paint ideas (especially for small kids, under age 2 — they still put   Read More »