Petite Party Studio created a free printable placemat that is about to flip the idea of kids playing with their food on its head. This holiday DIY is a fun activity for your little ones; it’s simple and sweet—literally!
Teething is inevitable. Hooray for solid foods! But the drool that those impending chompers produce is unreal. Easier to change than a soaked-neckline onesie and more stylish than a traditional feeding bib, the bandana bib is a fresh way to keep the laundry at bay. […]
Want to keep flowers in your nursery year round? If you’ve got some paper and scissors, we’ll show you how you can add some beauty and some whimsy to your child’s space. […]
A few months back we revealed Addison’s Big Girl Room, and the ombre dresser featured in her room took off like wildfire on Instagram. Want to know an inside secret? The beloved dresser was a DIY project. […]
Now this is a couple that hardly needs introduction. Pioneers of the DIY blog, Sherry and John Petersik spent seven years writing about their lives, their homes and, most of all, sharing their tricks and tips as they DIY’d their way through three houses on their blog Young House Love. […]
I was recently presented with a fun challenge from one of my favorite clients—she asked me to create a polka dot inspired wall pattern that felt graphic and modern but still had a little romance. I love the trend of polka dots, but I wanted to do something a bit more unique […]