We all want to get organized – myself included. But where do you begin? What do you do with your stuff? And most of all, once you get organized, how do you stay organized? Organizing for Your Lifestyle by Jane Stoller is an amazing resource for these – and all – your organization questions. Jane walks you through every aspect of organizing your home and life- from closets to suitcases! She doesn’t just tell you how to do it, she explains the science behind organizing also.
Don’t you just love getting homemade Christmas ornaments? My mom has ornaments that my brother and I made 20 years ago. These days, with things so hectic, it is hard to find time to sit down and make crafts like we used. But, never fear… you can make homemade Christmas ornaments with your kids quickly and easily to give as gifts or use as package tags. Or better yet, use them to keep the kiddos entertained and off the electronics during your next holiday party or during winter break!
October is breast cancer awareness month and as you know, we lost Don’s mom to her battle with breast cancer a couple of years ago. When we were contacted by Tree Classics to design a wreath for breast cancer awareness we jumped at the chance to help get the word out about breast cancer. For more information on breast cancer and your risks, talk to your doctor and check out the American Cancer Society’s website.
Check out the elegant pumpkin decorations I made! I love when I can use holiday decorations more than one holiday… so, when I saw these unpainted pumpkins on Oriental Trading’s website I knew I had to make something with them that I could use the entire autumn season! I wanted something more classy and elegant than just orange pumpkins, so I decided a little sparkle was in order – everything is better with glitter! Keep reading to learn how to make these super easy elegant pumpkin decorations!
Nana’s church just finished another amazing week of Vacation Bible School. Each year, I head back “home” to the church I grew up in to help teach VBS. I thought this year, I would share some of my favorite VBS decoration ideas. Our theme this year was Submerged… so basically, anything “under the sea” themed was perfect.