We are big fans of movie quotes, so this year we decided to incorporate them into sweaters for a Annual Ugly Christmas Sweater Party. Since we like to save money where we can, we made them ourselves. First we created the images, then printed them onto iron-on paper (which you can get at any craft store), and then simply ironed them onto cotton shirts. You can wear
Welcome to post 2 of our Make it Yourself Series! Our first post was about making organic baby products. This post explains how to make organic bath (and after bath) products. We won’t get into all of the details here, but we would recommend doing some research on what is normally in these types of products and what they do to your body –
Welcome to our make it yourself series! We feature everyday items that you can make yourself. This saves money, but more importantly, it helps you and your family avoid toxins. We don’t get into the scientific details on these posts, but we would suggest doing some research about what is in the products we use everyday, and what it does to your body.
Happy New Year! For my first post of 2013, here are 5 crazy ideas for twists on sledding. You should be able to do any of these with items you already have. Please leave me a comment if you try any of them! 1. Use a laundry basket: you can fill it with stuffed animals for younger kids so they