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Our Incredibly Simple "Bunny Ears" Hairstyle
This year Zoey had a Zany Hair Day at school and, on her own, came up with the idea of bunny ears. After talking it over with her this simple but perfect idea was born. She absolutely adored them and I wanted to share it in case it helps any of you out too.
How I Sewed My Daughters’ a Simple Tooth Fairy Door Hanging
I hadn't planned to make something special but I also didn't want the possibility of the tooth fairy waking my girls up in the middle of the night and so this simple door hanging was created to hold their newly freed tooth and make the process so much easier.
I Love My Reusable Fabric Gift Bags... That I Made Years Ago!
Back in 2019, right before Christmas, I sewed up some fabric cinched sacks to use as reusable wrapping paper for the girls. It was so easy to do and looking back I'm so glad I did! Here's how I did it in case you're interested in the same.
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.
Check Out Zoey’s Epic “Princess Skateboarder” Halloween Costume
This year for Halloween Zoey chose to be Princess Skateboarder to save the town! As she's loved the video of Princess Skateboarder for several years I knew I needed to make it happen. Here's the last post showing the entire costume with links to how each part was made.
Check Out the Great Princess Skateboarder Helmet I Made and What Accessories I Included to Go With It
Over the last two weeks I shared how I made Zoey a Princess Skateboarder outfit and a properly sized prop skateboard for her Halloween costume this year. This week I'll follow the series with how I used a balloon, paper mache, and paint to make her a knight's helmet. Come check it out!
How to Find and Purchase Extra LEGO® Parts Through LEGO.com
I've recently began looking into purchasing individual LEGO® bricks and have come across a great way to search by the LEGO® set number or the individual part or design number. I had no clue this existed and wanted to share it with you in case it can help with your own builds.