Despite a mild winter so far, there is still a lot of time spent indoors up here in the Northeast, and we’ve got to keep those little minds and fingers busy to help prevent cabin fever!
I just added another yarn wrapped tree to my growing forest of Christmas decorations and thought I’d share this easy project with you. I like the modern take on a tree the cone form gives and the cozy warmth and subtle texture the yarn creates. […]
Last month, Project Nursery asked me to create a fabric pennant banner for one of the stylish vignettes that they were designing for their exciting MDB event. Pennant banners are not only simple to make, they offer a versatile and chic way to decorate any area in a nursery or child’s room. Here is a step-by-step guide to make your own
Thanksgiving day is a time to be thankful for all we have and a time to spend enjoying family and friends. Of course, if you’re two, these altruistic sort of ideas go out the window. A full belly and something to do is more your modus operandi. In years past, I’ve done tables totally devoted to kids. This year I
Rachel Low, from Pins & Needles, is sharing an easy Halloween DIY for your littlest ones today. Thanks for sharing, Rachel! Are you trying to find the perfect costume for your little one? Why not make one? Here is a DIY that shows you how to make three “boootiful” costumes that are quick and easy to do using a onesie,
Using handmade decor is a great way to add character to your home and make it feel uniquely yours. Decorating with your children’s own artwork helps to make their rooms reflect their bright and blooming personalities. I personally love it when a child’s room is a reflection of them. Layered over time as they grow. Some things stay, some things