Thursday, July 24, 2014

The One Thing that Makes Me Wish I was Back in Junior High School

My oldest child starts middle school next year.  I'm excited for him and dreading it at the same time.  The middle school years were so awkward for me, and I'm sure I'm not alone!   It is fun to hear him muse about things like,  "How will I remember my locker combination?" as well as lament how there will be no recess.  Oh, the life of a 12 year old!  I'll admit, I have no desire to go back to junior high, but there is ONE thing I wish I'd had back then:  LockerLookz!  This fun, interchangeable locker decorating system is so much cooler than the stuff I had!
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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Craft Wars, Round Two

Woo hoo!  Time for Round Two of my friendly craft war.  Thanks to everyone who voted in round one.  The winner is.....
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Sunday, July 20, 2014

Craft Wars at Goodwill

I love to craft with thrifted items!  Not only is it budget friendly, it's fun to give new life to something old. As a Goodwill San Antonio blogger, I've shared several tutorials on how to craft with thrift store finds.  Keep reading to learn about an upcoming Goodwill Craft War and to cast your vote for Round One of my friendly craft battle.

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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Make Personalized Super Hero Party Invitations and Favors PLUS a $100 Giveaway

I love to make my own party items, but it can be challenging to find time to party plan AND craft everything.  Here's my secret to saving time:  use printable labels from my sponsor Online Labels to save time and make the job easier!
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Monday, July 14, 2014

DIY Dollar Store Carnival Games

Whether you're looking to keep your kids busy for the summer or planning a carnival for a community event, the dollar store is a great place to visit for ideas. My four kids birthdays are in a row (July, August, September and October!) so I need party game ideas that are economical and entertaining.  Here are some activities I have used at our parties.
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Friday, July 11, 2014

Make a Musical Cupcake Gift

I'm on a "kawaii" kick this week!  The first word I learned when I lived in Japan was "kawaii".  It means "cute".  On Monday, I showed you how to make a decoden mason jar.  Now I have another Japanese inspired craft.
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Thursday, July 10, 2014

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