My friend’s son loves dinosaurs so I used iron-on transfer paper to make an iron-on of his favorite, the stegosaurus. Then I ironed it on a drawstring bag so he’d have a reusable… Continue reading
I made this obstacle course for my son’s Star Wars party. It’s mostly made from shipping boxes and wrapping paper. For the pillars, I used FedEx tube boxes, wrapping paper and printer… Continue reading
While looking for decoration ideas for the party table, I came across fluorescent light covers at my local lighting store. I bought various colored tubes that I then cut in half using an x-acto… Continue reading
I ordered these tin boxes from Paper Mart and saw these cute little play sets, so I thought I’d make some for Easter using pom poms.
This is the perfect way to take gift cards to another level. Especially when you’re stuck with buying set denominations because sometimes you don’t want to give $50 gift cards but $10 doesn’t… Continue reading
These cards are super easy to make. Cut a sheet of card stock into 2 1/2 inch strips the length-wise. You should get three strips. Fold them in half and then into quarters.… Continue reading
Just some pom pom, felt and glue and you have some cute decorations to add to treat bags, on top of pencils or just scattered around the table.
These felt sugar skulls by Casa Artelexia are just fabulous. You could make a bunch and turn them into a fantastic garland for the Day of the Dead.
For Elliott’s last single-digit birthday, he chose Pokemon as the theme. The YMCA provided the perfect space for the kids to run around and I didn’t have to worry about possibly being rained… Continue reading
I made a Candy Punchbox for my daughter’s 9th birthday, so it’s only fair that I make one for my son’s 9th. Luckily, the Pokemon theme he chose totally lends itself to a… Continue reading