Remember how bald Melanie was for like, EVER. Seriously she didn’t start growing hair until she was three and a half! It was so bad that she had never even worn hair elastics and headbands until a few months ago….
[su_note note_color=”#ffffff”]// This is a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I received complimentary product to help me facilitate this review. //[/su_note] You guys! I’m so, so excited to FINALLY share a little DIY remodeling project we recently…
We’re really ticking things off now (and not just my parents…heh.), The Boy and I are remodeling our Master Bathroom and marking things off our big ass To Do List. And now, we gots some lighting! YAY! This was a relatively simple task…
You guys! Have you seen the trailers for the new Dreamworks movie, “The Boss Baby”? Melanie laughs so hard whenever they come on that I wanted to create a little something fun for her to enjoy. The baby in the movie wears a suit and tie (which Melanie thinks is “so, so fuuuunnnny”) and I came up with a quick DIY to add some cute chalkboard ties to a six pack of Tampico juice bottles. This ties are not only adorable, they’re functional – you can write each person’s name on their juice and not worry about fighting over who’s bottle is who’s! I think these little tie vinyls are perfect for Tampico juice bottles because Tampico. has served some of the best high quality and value-added juice drinks since 1989… so giving a bottle to your kids is a great idea. In honor of the partnership between Tampico and “The Boss Baby”, use the tutorial below to turn your Tampico juice bottles into a ” The Baby Boss” themed treat for your kids!
When it came time for Melanie to start eating, the thought of having to remember to buy all those little jars of baby food, lug them home, and then figure out how to get rid of a shit ton of empty jars… was NOT going to happen. Like, it seemed easier to make the damn food myself than deal with that hassle week after week. And y’all, I can absolutely confirm that is it MUCH easier to make baby food than you think. Here’s the Lazy Bitch’s Guide to Making Baby Food:
Remember how I made a cute “My First Visit” T-shirt for my daughter to wear her first time at Walt Disney World? I made the graphic myself and then uploaded it to my Cricut Explore Air – it was so easy! Well, we’re headed to Disney again in May (I’ve got the bug!) and I wanted to do a little something special again for that trip. When we went in January, it was pretty humid and we ended up bringing several bottled waters with us every day to the parks. This time, I picked up a few refillable water bottles to bring along and refill at water fountains throughout the day (because that will be so much cheaper and less wasteful) but I wanted to add a little something to make them fun. So, why not let each person in our family pick out their own bottle and then add their initial to it? It’s SO easy to upload your own images to the Cricut Explore Air! Read on for a tutorial on how to personalize your refillable water bottle with your initial and your Cricut Explore Air!
If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I was born and raised in Alaska, roughly two hours from the Canadian border. It’s funny growing up there, because it always feels like Canada is a part of you (like, you refer to the continental United States as “the Outside” but Canada is “next door”). Growing up, we often hosted high schools from Canada at sporting events or cultural activites. So much so, that basically everyone in Alaska knows both of the national anthems of the two countries. I sang “The Star Spangled Banner” and “O Canada” before many a high school basketball game and, to this day, I still know both by heart. So when I realized that my “other homeland” was going to be celebrating their 150th birthday – I immediately wanted to do a little something to embrace those memories of singing their gorgeous anthem. So, I busted out my trusty Cricut Explore Air and made a fun, glittery banner! Check out my step by step tutorial on how to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday with this DIY “O Canada” banner!
San Antonio lifestyle blogger, Cris Stone, shares how to create the perfect marriage of art with a gallery wall featuring Minted! Find out more!
Are you a big fan of “Fixer Upper”? Me, too. And it’s not just the houses and liberal use of shiplap that make me smile. More often than not, I find myself checking out Joanna’s relaxed chic personal style. In particular, I love it when she wearing leather earrings. I think they are so cool and understated. So, I decided to make some for myself with my Cricut Explore Air (but using faux leather) and embrace my inner Joanna. Check out these faux leather triangle earrings (featuring Cricut)!
San Antonio lifestyle blogger, Cris Stone, shares how to make a “My 1st Visit” T-shirt for Walt Disney World using your Cricut Explore Air. Find out more!
Every other year, my little family and I spend the Christmas holidays in Texas with The Boy’s family. Those years are super fun because we’re not stressing about travel and my mother-in-law throws one FABULOUS Christmas Eve party. Tons of people show up and there’s always lots of food, music, and talking. The dress code is nice but casual so this year, I thought I’d toss the littles in some cute jeans and make adorable graphic tops for them with my Cricut Explore Air. Check out this “Merry Everything” graphic T-shirt and onesie (featuring Cricut)!
As many of you know, I love Thanksgiving and host it every year. I have been doing it for so long that I have a set menu, a timeline, and all the supplies I need to create a chic yet simple “event” that everyone enjoys. This year, I decided to add another fun level to my Thanksgiving skillz – a leftovers station! Y’all know that leftovers are the absolute BEST thing about the holiday so why not make them the centerpiece of your celebration? I’ve made it super easy for you, too! I sourced all the supplies and am sharing a bunch of FREE printables so you can create your own Thanksgiving leftovers station: