Jello Easter Eggs

Send to Kindle Since my daughter can’t (or shouldn’t) have chocolate eggs or chocolate rabbits, I decided to try an alternative. I made these awesome Easter Eggs out of Jello! What You Need: 2 Large Eggs- {the Jell-O mix I used could make up to five or six but I used two and used the […]

DIY Ant Repellant

Send to Kindle With this spring time tease of temperatures and two little ones the ants really love my house.  Grrr!!!! It feels like crumbs can’t hit the floor and before you turn around to clean it up, boom, ants.  I saw this idea to kill ants before they ever come in and I can’t […]

Homemade Baby Wipes

Send to Kindle We love these wipes! I hope you will, too. What You’ll Need: Round container with lid -to fit a half-sized paper towel roll Sharp knife Baby oil Coconut oil Baby wash {optional} Measuring cup- to 1 cup Tablespoon Directions: Start out by cutting a paper towel roll in half. During this process, […]

DIY Nursery Name Sign

Send to Kindle I used to have my daughter’s name strung by a string across the length of her bed, suspended by clothes pins. It was a cute effect but our recent move made me want to venture out into something different. So, I went to Michaels and Walmart and this is how I made […]

Cute DIY Scissor Holder

A cute way to hold your scissors and it cost me absolutely nothing! Using what I already had around the house, it was easy to create this adorable holder. It certainly decorates my desk much more! What You Need: Scissors- obviously Empty Paper Towel Roll Stapler Scrapbook Paper or Wrapping Paper Tape Ribbon- […]

10 Uses For A Plastic Soap Container- $1!

Send to Kindle I love taking something and using it for a completely different purpose than what it’s made for. Here are several examples of how I use a simple $1 soap box container to store so many things! #1 Store Crayons! This is a great way to keep those crayons contained, instead of all […]

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