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Monday, March 27, 2017

DIY Easter Bunny Onesie

My daughter has a stuffed bunny that she adores...she sleeps with it and carries it with her wherever she can. Needless to say, Easter is a wonderful holiday for her because of all the bunnies! So, I decided to make her her own bunny shirt:
DIY Easter Bunny Onesie
After I saw a bunny shirt at Craftaholics Anonymous, I knew I could make one with materials I had on hand! I used freezer paper stenciling to make this shirt. To make your own, you'll need a stencil...print out a silhouette of a bunny or use the one I drew below:

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Bunny Rabbit Cake

My daughter has a lovey that was given to her on her first Easter... one of those bunny heads attached to a blanket. She has loved that bunny nearly to pieces, so for her second birthday, I felt that a bunny rabbit cake was only fitting!
Bunny Cake
This cake comes together easily and is made of 2 round cakes!
Bunny Cake

Friday, February 17, 2017

"We Toe-tally Love You" handmade card

My dad had his birthday recently, so my kids helped me make this card for him:
"We Toe-tally Love You" handmade card
Since I don't have stamp pads, I just colored their toes with washable marker and pressed their feet onto the card stock paper. My 9 year old was especially ticklish that day, so his was a little harder to get a good toe-print of :). On the inside, they each wrote (or scribbled, in the case of my 2 year old) a message for Grandpa, and we sent it off in the mail.

I love sending handmade cards to my loved ones, and I love that cards like these get my kids involved and show them that there are many ways to express our love for others. Thank you Danielle's Place for the adorable idea!

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Friday, February 3, 2017

Toddler Hair Ideas

My 2 year old has the most beautiful curly hair, but it is so fine, and goes in her face constantly. She gets this adorable look on her face when it does and exclaims her distress at having her hair go wild! So, I've been combing the internet for ideas on ways to do toddler hair to keep it out of her face and was pretty pleased with how her hair turned out one day:
Toddler Hair Style Ideas
I just parted down the middle, and used a comb to section off her hair. The last section I ended in piggy tails and left the rest of her hair down. I'm still learning how to do parts on wriggly little girls, so it's constantly a work in progress :). What are your favorite ways to do your toddler's hair?


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