Money Lei

Graduation is right around the corner.
So give that special graduate the gift of aloha, a lei or money.
Or what's better?
How about a Money Lei.
Sometimes I like to think I'm funny and creative.

Or daughter graduated in 2015 and I wanted to make her a lei (with money of course). But I really wanted her lei to be feminine.

Easter Project from Heidi Swapp with FREE printables

Today I'm sharing a beautiful FREE Easter project from Heidi Swapp.

I loved this idea so much because each scripture included really helps to tell the story of Easter and when we get to the last card we have to ponder what it really means to us that He did it all for us, as an individual. What does that mean to you?

Easter Week Advent with FREE Printables

Thanks so much for stopping by our blog to learn a little more about the meaning of Easter. Today I'm honored to join many LDS bloggers asked by Sugardoodle to participate in sharing some amazing Christ centered Easter ideas. I hope this idea helps you and your family to celebrate a more Christ centered Easter.

I want my littles to get a deeper understanding of the holiday, and I think this idea from Sugar Bee Crafts is such a fun idea! But since I'm a super slacker, (or maybe just over scheduled) and am just now starting this, I had to make some adjustments to mine. No judgement though because you can start now and still make this idea work for you and your family.

Mandy created an advent of activities to do the week leading up to Easter and everything you'll need in way of cute printables and outlined activities has already been prepared by her, so it's super easy for you.

Hershey Kisses Roses for Valentine's

My daughter said she wanted to make valentine's with this poem, so I thought it would be fun to make these roses to go with them. I got this idea from my husband who made roses like these for me 20 years ago--because he's so sweet! I always thought they were so fun to get and now I got the opportunity to make them and give them out.

Horse Theme 8 Year Old Birthday Party

Putting this party together was fun, exciting and draining all at the same time!
I enjoy the "research" of party planning, I enjoy the creativity that flows when party planning, I enjoy the resourcefulness of party planning, I enjoy the learning of party planning, but most of all, I enjoy the final product and it all coming together and my daughter being awed by it all.

First we did pictures out front while the girls arrived. It was soooo hot that we made sure to have cold drinks on the porch!
We covered hay bales with some pretty pink, turquoise and gold fabric, hung a "Cowgirl" banner, put out a few decorations and drinks and snapped away.

Neapolitan Cupcakes for Teacher Appreciation Gifts

Sometimes I get really great ideas at the last minute, and this is one of them that kept me up baking until 3am. I wanted to make a yummy cupcake and put it in a cute gift box for my kids to take to school for their teachers for teacher appreciation week.

Faux Mirror Tutorial

My sister, Mashaide, found this image on Pinterest and wanted to create something like it for her photo booth.  Since my family LOVES Halloween, I have a very full Halloween Pinterest board and I remembered seeing tombstones and other Halloween decor made from insulation foam board.  (BTW these people are awesome at Halloween!)  After brainstorming we thought, "Why not create our own faux mirror using insulation foam board?"

Glow Stick Valentines

For Valentine's parties this year we wanted to make non-candy gifts and this is what my girls and I came up with.

I saw this post on Fabulessly Frugal and I knew I wanted to to use glow sticks.

Freezing Fog

We had freezing fog yesterday and although it's cold, it leaves everything frosty and beautiful.
I just had to take some pictures of the beautiful frosty trees.

I'm loving the contrast between the dark and white.  Nature is so beautiful!!


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