Lego Ninjago First General Star Stickers

put first general sticker onto the first general

Last week, my sons and I were guests of Legoland and Warner Brothers, as we attended the premiere of the new Lego Ninjago Movie, and witnessed the greatness of the Lego Ninjago First General first hand! We spent the day playing at Legoland, and in the evening, we watched the movie. My boys loved it... and so did I! Lloyd, who is secretly the Green Ninja, is a High School student. High School is hard enough, but Lloyd has it even harder, because the whole city of Ninjago knows that his father is … [Continue reading...]

Book Fair Flyer Pouf

Such a simple way to decorate for the Book Fair! Use old Book Fair flyers to create large poufs. Decorate the school's entrance or walkway with the poufs to remind students and parents that the Book Fair is here!

Last spring, my big mouth and I got ourselves put in charge of the Book Fair. I didn't have a lot of time to plan out cute decorations, so I grabbed some of the old Book Fair flyers and made a Book Fair Flyer Pouf. Actually, I made a LOT of Book Fair Flyer Poufs to decorate the front of the school. If you're in charge of decorating the Book Fair, and you're looking for a cheap and easy way to catch the attention of parents and kids, try making a Book Fair Flyer Pouf. The Book Fair flyers are … [Continue reading...]

Key Ring – a Simple Sewing Project on the Cricut Maker

Make a key ring by cutting the fabric on the Cricut Maker

I love simple sewing projects, like this great Key Ring! I love more complicated sewing projects as well, and even have a whole other site where I share those bigger projects, but we don’t always have time for that. Simple sewing projects are great because they give us a chance to make something, with fabric, […]

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Monster Eyeball DIY Shirt

Finished Monster Eyeball shirt

Years ago I made a Mike Wazowski shirt that is one of my favorite projects. But to make the Monsters Inc shirt, you need a little bit of skill with paint. I love creating projects that even someone who claims to be “not at all crafty” can make, so I re-designed this Monster Eyeball DIY […]

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Wooden Halloween Blocks – Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble

fire burn and cauldron bubble

Simple decorations are my favorite. Which is why I made these fun wooden Halloween Blocks. I cut all the letters out of Metallic Vinyl, so it came together super quick! This project is part of Craft Lightning Week. All week long I’m sharing fast Halloween projects that can be made on the Cricut Puin 15 […]

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Pumpkin Candle Mat

make a pumpkin candle mat

Halloween, Pumpkins, and candles just go together perfectly… don’t you think? I think so! That’s why I whipped up this Pumpkin Candle mat that is super easy to make. Just a few quick cuts in felt, and you’ve got a candle mat that you can customize in your favorite fall or Halloween colors! This project […]

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Halloween Treat Bag Tags- And How Does the Cricut Machine Work?

finished treat bags

Vying to be the coolest house on the block by giving away awesome treat bags? In charge of snacks for your child’s class at school? Putting on an epic Halloween party? Or just want to put a surprise in your kiddo’s lunchbox? Whip up these cute Halloween Treat Bag Tags to dress up your treats […]

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Cricut Antenna DIY

DIY Cricut Antenna Headband

Are you a Cricut fan? A die-hard, cut all the things, Cricut fan? If so, you need these Cricut Antenna. And luckily for you, you can cut them out on your Cricut Maker! If you don’t yet have a Cricut Maker, scroll down to the bottom of this page for a giveaway where you can […]

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Custom Fun Flask – Add a fun quote to your flask!

finished quote flask

When I found this simple metal flask in the dollar spot at Target, I knew it had to come home with me! I really regret not putting all the flasks in my cart, because for $5 a flask, I’m sure I could find lots of occasions to craft up some cute flasks! Alas, I only […]

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Bahavior Bracelet – An alternative to Behavior Charts

wearing bracelet

Most parents with strong-willed children have attempted behavior charts at some point. Either on the advice of their pediatrician, teacher, therapist, or a well-meaning friend or relative. The challenge with a traditional behavior chart is that it isn’t very portable. It is secured to the refrigerator, and stays there all week long. If you’re out […]

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