LuLaRoe Review and Giveaway!

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I am so excited to tell you all about an amazing company I recently was introduced to by my sister-in-law Megan. This company sells the cutest and softest leggings, dresses, maxi skirts, tops and kids clothing. The company is somewhat new and growing like crazy!! I just had to share all the excitement with you gals….. Introducing… LuLaRoe   The most unique thing about this company is they only print 5000 articles of clothing from any one print! That’s right, {Read More}

Homemade Christmas Gifts – For Her (Part 4)

Homemade Christmas for her

Every year I love to make a Christmas List of the perfect DIY gifts for the women in your life! Moms, Grandmas, Daughters, Friends, Neighbors, and other loved ones. I hope you enjoy this years list of perfect DIY Gifts for Her… 1. Extender Slips – These are so easy to make and they are perfect to slip under a skirt or dress to add a little length. 2. Lace Tank Top – What girl wouldn’t love a Lacy Top to {Read More}

Hand Warmers – a Tutorial

Hand Warmers Tutorial

Trying to think of the perfect gift for your friend, neighbor, family, teacher, etc? These little reusable hand warmers are the perfect fall/winter gift for anyone in your life. I made them last year for my kids teachers and some gals I visit teach! You can make them with any design fabric. Kids love them too! Just pop these little babies in the microwave for 30 seconds and put in your pockets to keep your fingers warm while out in {Read More}

DIY Photo Fridge Magnets

Photo Fridge Magnets

My Mom and I made these when she came to visit a while back. We used glass rocks (1″) that are flat on one side, cut pictures of each of her grandchildren, and glued them on. Then we added a magnet to the back. I made them for my Mother-in-law as well and she loved them!! They make a great gift for loved ones during the Holidays! (This post contains affiliate links) Supplies: 1″ Clear Glass Dome rocks Printed photos (faces smaller than {Read More}

DIY Lace Tank Top – U-Create Guest Post

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I am so excited to be guest posting today on U-Create! I’m sharing a fun DIY Lace Tank Top Tutorial with all of the U-Create readers! It’s easy to make and cheap! I used a tank top and lace from a recycled tablecloth! Layer with your favorite jacket or cardigan for the perfect Fall outfit! Go check out the tutorial HERE! *Thanks Kari for being such a great hostess! I love U-Create and I hope I can be your guest again soon! -Taya

Lego Storage Container

Lego Storage Container

Our kids LOVE Legos! And if you’re reading this I’m guessing your kids do too! You may remember the post where we shared the Lego Drawers we built for our son not to long ago. Our daughter also has a few sets of girl Lego Friends and we needed a good way to store them when she wasn’t playing with them. However, she doesn’t have quite the amount of Legos as her brother so I decided to make something a little more simple for her Legos… this {Read More}

Back to School Ideas

Back to School Party Ideas

The kids are about to head back to school in just a few short weeks so I wanted to share some fun ‘Back to School Ideas’ with you all to help you celebrate! There is just so much talent in the world, I can’t believe how awesome these parties, decorations and treats are! Check them out… 10 Back to School Ideas: 1. This fun Back to School party is so cute and has some free printables! 2. Check out my Teacher Cupcakes Idea – {Read More}

DIY Baby Shoes

DIY Baby Shoes

I’ve made a lot of baby shoes over the years. They are the perfect little handmade gift to take to a baby shower or make for your little one! I just wanted to share pictures to give you some cute ideas of the different styles of DIY Baby Shoes you can make using this free Baby Shoe Pattern. (This post contains affiliate links) DIY Baby Girl Shoes: Add a little embellishment like an iron on flower with button center. Make a paper box to gift them in! {Read More}

How to make Strawberry Jam – Freezer Jam Version

Strawberry Jam

Every year I make enough Strawberry Freezer Jam to last a whole year of peanut butter and jelly sandwich making in our house! Today I wanted to show you how to make your own freezer jam using a simple and easy Strawberry Jam Recipe. I like to use the less sugar pectin and buy really ripe strawberries (or Jam Flats)  so that the sweetness is just right! (This post contains affiliate links) This is my super smooth Strawberry Jam Recipe. {Read More}

My ‘Must Have’ Sewing Supplies

Sewing Supplies

I love to sew! I first learned how to sew at a very young age, I was about 12 years old. My Mom taught me a little, both my Grandmas are semstresses and I learned a little in Home Ec. Believe me when I say that learning to sew can be a challenge at first but the more you sew the better you get! If you are struggling with your sewing, don’t give up! It is so rewarding the more experience {Read More}