Archive for the ‘to make’ Category

Loaded Cauliflower Casserole

Loaded Cauliflower Casserole
This recipe is AMAZING!! For serious, I can’t even begin to tell you how delicious this casserole is. I saw it floating around on Facebook a while back and finally decided to give it a try.  After a few changes, I think I’ve probably made it 4 times in the past 2 weeks, it’s that good....
April 6th, 2015 | featured, to make | Read More

Scrap Paper Easter Cards

Scrap Paper Easter Cards
If you’re looking for a cute and easy Easter Project to do with the kiddos, give this a try. Being that I have a room full of supplies from past (and failed) crafting attempts, we actually had everything we needed on hand to make these. So raid your scrapbook materials and get started! What You’ll...
March 30th, 2015 | featured, to craft, to make | Read More

Tips for Dyeing Easter Eggs with Tiny Humans

Tips for Dyeing Easter Eggs with Tiny Humans
Dyeing Easter Eggs is an Easter tradition in most homes, doing it with tiny hands can make it a bit difficult. Here are a few tips and tricks when working with tiny humans. First of all I’m going to state what might be an obvious rule but in case you have a lapse in judgment like I may or may not...
March 25th, 2015 | featured, to craft | Read More

Practical Hacks for Parents: DIY Ice Packs

Practical Hacks for Parents: DIY Ice Packs
3 Kids, 3 lunches everyday. Factor in forgetting to unpack said lunches, leaving things at school or needing to ice a boo boo (real or exaggerated) and we always seem to be short on ice packs. Here’s a quick, inexpensive tip for making your own. Hit the Dollar store and pick up some kitchen sponges,...
March 4th, 2015 | featured, to make | Read More

Healthy Chicken Tenders for Kids

Healthy Chicken Tenders for Kids
This recipe was passed along through a chain of emails from fellow moms who were fighting the struggle of processed chicken nuggets.  It’s actually delicious so we wanted to share it!  Make a double batch and freeze half.  Pop a few out and warm them up for an easy dinner! Canola oil cooking...
February 23rd, 2015 | featured, to eat, to make | Read More

Savory Soups for the Winter Soul

Savory Soups for the Winter Soul
It’s cold outside and according to the latest weather reports we have some tricky winter weather in our forecast. Along with the cold weather comes the cravings for comfort food. Here are a few quick and easy soup recipes that will fill those bellies and still give you time to play, do homework,...
February 12th, 2015 | featured, to eat, to make | Read More

Homemade Heart Chalk, Great for Your Tiny Valentine

Homemade Heart Chalk, Great for Your Tiny Valentine
It’s Valentine time and many schools and classrooms no longer allow candy when swapping cards with classmates. We love looking for different things to do that will allow the kiddos to get involved, and what could be better than some heart shaped chalk? All kids love chalk, right? We go through...
February 6th, 2015 | featured, to make | Read More

DIYC: Cupcake Liner Valentines Day Wreath

DIYC: Cupcake Liner Valentines Day Wreath
Kicking off this “Month O’ Love” we thought we would share with you a super easy, really inexpensive Do It Yourself wreath! I needed something for my front door to make it a little festive for Valentines. It’s been a little naked since taking down the Christmas Wreath. I don’t...
February 2nd, 2015 | featured, to craft, to make | Read More

Super Bowl Recipe: Loaded Potato Casserole with Buffalo Style Chicken

Super Bowl Recipe: Loaded Potato Casserole with Buffalo Style Chicken
As you start thinking about what you’ll be serving at your Super Bowl Party, we’re here to help you with you menu. Last week we shared this Sausage Dip appetizer, this week sharing this recipe that’s a little more hearty. What You’ll Need: 8 Medium Potatoes cubed, not peeled 2...
January 21st, 2015 | featured, to eat, to make | Read More

Do it Yourself Silhouette

Do it Yourself Silhouette
By Dedra Duvall: Let’s face it, we all love pictures and keepsakes from our children’s life.  I’m sure you, much like myself, have your home adorned with photographs on the wall, on the end tables, the coffee table, your desk and of course the fridge (and maybe a few scrapbooks, right).  While...
January 14th, 2015 | featured, to craft, to make | Read More