Sweets for the Sweet!
So many sweet and yummy Valentine ideas to share with you today. Need some party recipes? Want to make some Valentine goodies? Planning a dessert night? This is the post for you, but it comes with a warning... Warning: Do not read this if you're hungry! (...or if you're dieting, not eating sugar or need to lose weight!) I just inhaled 4 pieces of dark chocolate while putting these posts together!! Yikes! First up are these amazing chocolate pancakes from G*rated. Wowzee! Here's a fun…
Printable Valentine card with Kool-Aid
Printable Valentine Tag . . . attach this printable valentine card to a Kool-Aid Burst for a fun and easy classroom valentine! Kids love it!
DIY Cookie Basket Out of Paper Plate
This is super easy and brilliant way to make cookie or dessert basket (container) for gift-to-go after a party. It’s so quick to cut and fold the paper plate, a must do for party in future. Materials you need: Paper plate Scissors Puncher or glue Ribbon or Tape (optional) DIY Paper Plate Lamp Tutorial – […]
crafting in the classroom
I've been spending some quality time with my classroom over the past couple weeks....not full days, but for good chunks of time I've been pr...
Guest Blogger – Staci @ Lizard and Ladybug
SOOO very excited for this weeks guest blogger. Staci of Lizard and Ladybug. I have been following Staci's blog for a long time. I hav
valentines day love letters mantel decor
valentines day love letters mantel decor using letters, a grapevine wreath and a sequin heart.
How to Print on Paper Bags with Free Printable
Easy instructions on how to feed a paper bag through your printer and turn it into a great Valentines gift idea or Get Well Soon gift idea. Free printables included.
DIY Valentine Envelopes
These darling DIY Valentine Envelopes are incredibly easy to make and you'll just use two stitches on your sewing machine to make them to complete. So easy.
Top 10 DIY Anniversary Gifts
A "Happy Jar" for rough days. Everyone needs encouragement! <if you had a saved document of 10 or so different encouraging statements, you could use the same ones over & over. Just add to the jar once in a while?