today’s idea: birthday reminder clipboard what you need: * clipboard (we used the letter size hardboard ones) * 12 month birthday reminder pages (click on each link for download) Download Januarybdaycal Download Februarybdaycal Download Marchbdaycal Download Aprilbdaycal Download Maybdaycal Download Junebdaycal […]
friday, june 4th is National Donut Day!! (my favorite) p.s. get your free donut at krispy kreme on friday and with any beverage purchase, get a free donut at dunkin’ donuts.
today’s idea: birthday cupcakes i love cupcakes. why? because they are easy to make and fun to decorate! today we are sharing a fun way to spruce up the popular miniature cake we call the cupcake. start off with a cupcake flavor of your choice and some icing. throw on some sprinkles maybe a peach ring […]
today’s idea: play dough party favors what you need: * small rubbermaid square containers * small cookie cutters * ribbon * play dough (recipe below) * play dough recipe print out step one: download + print out play dough recipe cards. step two: cut out cards and punch holes on both sides (or just one […]
this week, we’ll be sharing some fun, easy ideas for you to use at your next party or two. it’s always an overwhelming task of throwing a birthday party, so we thought it would be fun to help you out with a few ideas. have fun playing around with them and possibly change them up […]
today’s craft: lunch this is a quick and easy lunch that the kids can put together themselves and the best part is they taste pretty darn good! what you need: * english muffins * pizza or spaghetti sauce * toppings. cheese, pepperoni, canadian bacon, pineapple, mushrooms. all your favorites. step one: get everything set up. […]
today’s craft: corn syrup paintings (idea from our friend heather) what you need: * glossy art paper * corn syrup * food coloring * crayons * paint brushes step one: pour some corn syrup into a bowl and add about 10 drops of food coloring. stir well. step two: with your crayons, draw a picture […]
today’s craft: cardboard tube bracelets (idea found here) what you need: * tp or paper towel rolls * paint * scrapbook papers * foam brushes * clothespins * glue * misc. materials (beads, buttons, ribbons, magnet letters, little toys) step one: cut tubes about 2 inches wide. then cut a slit in each one (so […]
today’s craft: tinfoil art (idea found here) what you need: * piece of cardboard * tinfoil (enough to cover cardboard) * sponge brush * tissue paper * glue * sequins and glitter step one: wrap foil around cardboard. step two: cut or tear several pieces of tissue paper. step three: water down your glue a little […]
today’s craft: hot rocks (idea found here) what you need: * smooth, flat rocks * crayons (with papers peeled off) * pot holders first step: heat rocks on a foil lined baking sheet at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes. second step: using pot holders… lay rocks on newspaper or towels. then decorate with crayons. […]
a couple years ago, the three of us gathered our kids together once a week for craft day. craft day usually included a fun craft, some food (of course) and the kids taking off to go play with each other as soon as they were done. this week we will be sharing some of the […]
This next felt project was shown to us at one of our little craft get-togethers. Our friend Jen (not the sister), who we sometimes call our “step-sister” (not the evil, wicked or ugly type), showed us how to roll these babies up. You’ll see that, after you get that part down, the possibilities for these cuties are endless. […]
i’m pretty sure this qualifies as the simplest of our felt hair goodies we are sharing this week. and i figure if you are gonna get the felt out you might as well try all 3 right? (there will be one more tomorrow) so here we go… supplies: a hair clip (you can buy a box of […]
I thought I should probably introduce myself. I’m Jamie. The middle sister. I’m the one in charge of creating stuff on the computer to share with you all. I’m not the one that sews. I don’t even own a sewing machine. As a matter of fact… to do the sewing on this project, I had to […]
come and visit us at the sweet clementine mini boutique this week. there will be lots of fun stuff… you won’t want to miss out!! shoot us an email if you have any questions. eighteen25 [at] cox [dot] net.
materials: 12″ x 12″ cardstock (one sheet makes an album for 7 photos) patterned paper for cover glue dots or other adhesive cardstock to back pictures in ribbon alphabet stickers, rub-ons or paper to print out sayings punches to decorate cover how to: [one] cut 4″ x 12″ paper strips out of cardstock (three 4″x12″ […]