Celebrations, Routines, & Traditions

I went to someone’s Christmas Party/Show/Fundraiser and one of the acts was this elf playing the violin in a celtic style.  I thought it was amazing and then I found her channel on Youtube.  Below is the song that she played that night. It is a medley that she arranged herself of the following songs: […]

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{Photo from cakefineart.com} We haven’t been doing much for St. Patrick’s Day, but I’m dying to try making some rainbow jello…and here are some other festive projects for you! Bib Necklace Leprechaun Cookies and Milk Leprechaun Ruffle Shirt St. Patrick’s Day Cupcake Toppers St. Patrick’s Day Centerpiece

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If you live in the Utah County area, come to Pro Digital Photos in Pleasant Grove THIS SATURDAY from 12-1 pm for pictures with Santa! Pro Digital Photos is a locally owned professional photo lab that does digital prints, calendars, photo books, announcements, enlargements, canvas prints, and lots more. They use only the best professional […]

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I’ve been seeing these muffin tin advent calendars everywhere this year, so I thought I’d use some of the great new Christmas stuff EK Success sent me for review to make one. I purchased a sheet of magnetic canvas at Roberts and cut it into 24 – 2.5″ squares. Then I cut the paper from […]

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I made up some more coloring pages with my Cricut and markers, and I wanted to share! Click here to view and print a PDF with these 3 Thanksgiving coloring pages from Paper Doll Dress Up. Thanksgiving is coming fast – I have to get my turkey and figure out what we’re going to have […]

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Today we did Thanksgiving collages! I used my Cricut, Paper Doll Dress Up cartridge, and some construction paper to cut out some of the Thanksgiving designs, gave Elliot a glue stick and some paper, and he made this beautiful Thanksgiving collage! If you don’t have a Cricut, don’t let that stop you from doing holiday […]

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Our family is young and I’m wanting to start some fun family traditions, especially for Thanksgiving and Christmas. The thankful turkey is a tradition we ‘re starting brand new this year! Starting the Monday of the week before Thanksgiving, we’re going to write down something we’re thankful for on a feather and add one each […]

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There is some kind of holiday almost every day I think, and today is no exception! If you didn’t know, today is National Play-Doh day, and that’s a great reason to get the Play-Doh out and get creative! Elliot has been into Play-Doh for a while now. It’s such a great toy/activity for a busy […]

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Why would you ever get a store-bought Easter basket when there are so many cute and clever ideas for making your own? It does take more time and planning… I guess that’s probably why. But here are some more great Easter basket ideas for those with the creative itch! Easter Baskets Made From… 1. Fabric […]

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Make your own Easter baskets this year! You can wrap small shoe boxes or food containers/cans with pretty paper, add  ribbon and a chenille stem for the handle, and you have yourself a beautiful, handmade, almost free Easter basket! Here are some other pretty examples from BHG.com (where my inspiration for this project came from…). […]

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