This text comes from the book Art In Needlework by Lewis F. Day and Mary Buckle. The information has only been edited for clarity. It’s a lovely little book for anyone that does needle crafting.Continue reading Canvas Stitches For Embroidery
This text comes from the book Art In Needlework by Lewis F. Day and Mary Buckle. The information has only been edited for clarity. It’s a lovely little book for anyone that does needle crafting.Continue reading Embroidery And Stitching For Beginners
Stars, planets, and swirled paint are everywhere these days. Galaxy eyeshadow, galaxy slime, and galaxy birthday parties are still all the rage, and this trend doesn’t seem to be letting up in 2020.
Kids love to share their passions with their family and friends. If your child is obsessed with space, then throwing a galaxy themed birthday party is the right way to bring STEM learning, your kid’s interests, and having fun together!Continue reading How To Throw A Galaxy Themed Birthday Party For Kids
I need greenery in my life. I don’t have the greenest of thumbs, but if I can see a thriving house plant I’m happy.
I really want to set up an indoor garden room. A sanctuary where I can sip my coffee in meditative peace, surrounded by green leaves and occasionally a flower. A green place of hygge indulgence.Continue reading Why I’m Dying To Get A Garden Room
In Michigan, January is the month when the cold really sets in. Through December is can tend to be pretty mild, but January gets pretty darn frigid.
I have larger dogs that generally do okay in the cold, but as I am trying to be more active with them and walk them more often, I am starting to worry about how I’m going to keep them warm until Spring.
They’re definitely feeling the cold, now, because they really fight going outside in the mornings or at night to do their business.Continue reading How To Keep Your Dog Warm Until Spring
First, right off the bat, I want to say that I wasn’t paid for this post, nor was I supplied with any free materials. I spent my own money (far too much money…) on everything I’m going to be discussing, and my opinions are one-hundred percent my own.
When I bought my first Rocketbook, I had heard already about alternatives. I couldn’t have named any, but I knew that there were reusable notebooks that you could throw in the microwave, and then, if using a Pilot Frixion pen, the ink would magically disappear! But there were problems. Are problems.Continue reading Top 5 Reasons to Buy an Erasable Notebook
A lot of guides like this start off with making you anxious about guests coming over. They’re aimed at when you need to speed clean to prepare your house for other people. But you know what? Even lazy moms need to clean more often than that.
I am definitely a lazy mom when it comes to cleaning. Unless I’m stressed out and need to burn off energy, cleaning is the last thing I want to do. I’d rather be on the floor making a mess with my son!Continue reading The Lazy Mom’s Guide To Cleaning When You Don’t Want To
When someone loves their pet, they want to celebrate them in any way possible. If your friend loves their pets more than their husband, wife, or children… then these gifts may be the perfect option!Continue reading 9 Gift Ideas For Anyone Who’s Obsessed With Their Pet
Your fashionable friends and girlfriends deserve something awesome for Christmas, even if you don’t have a ton of money to spend! Check out these gift ideas. They’re affordable, but they’re awesome enough to still please any chic woman!Continue reading Frugal Gift Ideas For Fashionable Women
Finding good blog post ideas can be incredibly hard, and I’ve found that especially true when you sell craft supplies. What can you write about that will help to sell your craft supplies without just writing about your supplies themselves?Continue reading Blog Post Ideas For Craft Supplies Sellers