This simple Halloween Paper Plate Craft is perfect for toddlers and little kids. All you need are a few simple, everyday supplies and you’ve got yourself a fun Halloween activity! This paper plate activity is not only super easy, it’s also inexpensive and perfect if you need something fun to do at a moment’s notice. Rainy day? Let’s make paper plate pumpkins! Crabby child? Purple monster faces
Inside: Interested in hosting a Fall Pinterest Party for your mom friends? This is the ultimate fall get-together guide: recipes, crafts, desserts & drinks! Plus ideas for the kids as well. Did you know that throwing a Pinterest Party is an actual thing? Like, not something I just made up as an excuse to be on Pinterest, but a real, actual thing people do?
This easy DIY Pumpkin Spice Latte Sugar Scrub is the perfect homemade gift for fall! My name is Marla and I have a pumpkin problem. Okay more like a pumpkin spice problem. I’ll admit it, I’m as “basic” as it gets when it comes to fall. Just give me #allthethings pumpkin spice and nobody gets hurt. True story: last year my husband actually had to
So remember on Monday when we made those Crazy Easy 3 Ingredient Slow Cooker Dinners? Yes, I know. Slow cooker buffalo chicken. I know. You’re welcome. Today I’m continuing our adventures in conquering things in 3 simple steps with a super Easy DIY toddler headband organizer. Now if you’re sitting there thinking, “Marla I can’t DIY my way out of paper bag even with a
These time & money-saving hacks will hopefully save you, well, some time and some money! Today we’re sharing some simple tips that will help simplify your life! Sometimes I think about life before “hacks” – you know, before Pinterest and Buzzfeed, before 823 clever uses for Mason jars or How To Chalkboard Your Entire Life. Stuff like that. “Hacking” things (can I verb that?) has
Looking to upgrade your toddler’s Ikea Latt table? This easy DIY IKEA Latt Table hack can be done in about an hour! You heard it here first. We’re doing this, and we’re excited about it. It seriously took Eric 1 hour to put this whole thing together; no IKEA-related divorce necessary. The hardest part of this whole thing? Picking out the perfect fabric and leaving