On my quest for the organized house I decided to tackle the toy room. It was quite a job.
First, I went through all the toys and to get rid of the ones our children had outgrown. We donated to goodwill, the daycare etc. This was a fantastic opportunity to teach Big Brother about giving [...]Continue Reading →
You’ll find tons of cute littler monster patches when you look up how to patch holey jeans. And when you look in Pinterest you’ll find dozens more of these cute little things. But all of them look like a big effort to me. More effort than I really wan to give. That’s a conundrum since [...]Continue Reading →
Charging stations are great. I love how they keep everything nice and tidy. All the cords are tucked away and the charging station can look fantastic on your counter.
But here’s the problem. They’re all pretty generic. White or brown, with the exception of the wild grass one.
I’ve been seeing all these cute playhouses on Pinterest lately. I really wanted to make one for Big Brother (and some day Little Sister) but money and time were very tight! Initially I wanted to make a loft style bed with a playhouse underneath it for Big Brother’s room. Like the ones found [...]Continue Reading →
I take no credit for the genius of this idea, See Kate Sew has the whole tutorial. She is a genius at making cute shoes, especially from old ones.
I made three variations of shoes this year (and I am making 1 more of the dictionary shoes for a friend.)
This [...]Continue Reading →
I completely forgot about posting up my Christmas craftiness things. I have one more after this…
This was a gift I saw on an organization show. My dad has TONS of eyeglasses, being that he is an Optician… that makes sense. His glasses are everywhere around the house, and he can [...]Continue Reading →
Since moving upstairs o have really been trying to get a handle on the disaster we call our home. I am organizing each room as the stuff comes upstairs, instead of doing it after the fact. One thing that’s new is both kids will have their own closets. Fantastic!
With both kids attending daycare [...]Continue Reading →
I definitely remember seeing this done before, but I didn’t want to buy anything for it. Instead I tried a DIY method.
Here’s what you need:
Needle nose pliers
Basic metal hanger
Step 1: Cut off approximately 6” of hanger and use the needle nose pliers to twist [...]Continue Reading →