A collection of 25 posts
Check Out Some Really Delicious Canadian Desserts Just In Time For Christmas
Back in October I decided to make some Canadian treats we hadn't had in quite a while. They turned out amazing and I realized I should share the recipe links with you just in case you're looking for something special to make too.
A Comparison of the LEGO® Flower Bouquet, Tulips, and Roses
When the LEGO® botanical collection came out I was most entranced by the flower bouquet and, later, the tulips and roses. I couldn't find anything online comparing the three kits so I decided, once I purchased and built them, to write my own.
A Simple Way to Keep Track of Your Tea's Steep Time and Temperature
Are you always trying to remember what tea you're currently steeping. Do you frequently forget what temperature your tea needs to be infused at or for how long? Why not create a simple tracker so you don't need to remember. This is what I did.
Easily Change Up Your Playdough With Scents
Are you looking at changing up your playdough? Are you looking to making an amazingly scented playdough? I want to share several ways I've added scent to my playdough so you can do the same. Plus since you can't photograph smells I included some glittery playdough too.
Quick and Simple Fabric Napkins with Your Serger
Are you looking for a simple way to replace paper towel at the table with something more reusable? I'd been meaning to sew up some napkins for a while and this year I finally hopped on it and made it simpler with my serger. Here's what I did to make my quick and simple napkins.
Simple and Washable Name Tags For Your Kitchen Table
Are you worried about your kids drinking out of the wrong glass? Why not create name tags so they can tell their glasses apart and you can easily move them around at will? Love that the kids helped design their own so they’re super excited to use them!
Disposable Diaper 'Snow' Sensory Bin
Did your disposable diaper strap break and now you're about to throw out a perfectly good and clean diaper? Why not add water to show your child how it absorbs their pee and have some fun while you're at it. We added water to create 'snow'. Just don't open the diaper until after you've added water.