I reorganized my mudroom and decided to move this bench from the mudroom to the front entryway. It's a tight squeeze, but it works in this space.
For a baby boy due in the winter I created a polar bear themed baby shower with whites and blues.
I love how it all turned out.
Here is the tablescape with all the yummy food.
Here are the cute polar bears that I used as inspiration.
I've seen this stand on the Internet many times and I love how versatile it is. I saw it on sale at Pick Your Plum and I just had to have it. The day I got it, I set it up and decorated it for Christmas. Imagine how many uses this stand will have. I can't wait to use it all year round.
It's the perfect place for my Christmas Geese!
This year I was so fortunate to get this awesome tree from Michael's! They surprised four random Instagram followers with a dream tree as part of their Dream Tree Home Tour, and I was one of the lucky ones! Thank you so much, Michael's!!!!
This year I wanted to create a garland to go with the tree skirt that I made (post on that to follow). I ripped fabric in about 3"strips, gathered it and put it on the tree. I love how it turned out.
Last weekend I had the opportunity to help with a family wedding reception and it was so fun to decorate with a donut bar.
This sign was made by a friend of the bride and it was so cute! Who doesn't need love and donuts?!
This was the sign in table.
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.
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?
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.
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.