I’ve blogged many (many) Easter crafts over the years here so I thought I’d gather up the links to my faves and share with you in case you’re looking for a little project for Easter this weekend! Easter Bunny Rice Krispie Treats Easter Straws Gold Leaf Easter Eggs Washi Tape Easter Egg Cards Polka DotContinue reading “Easter Crafts”
For March’s toddler craft for our local Baby Bootcamp Stroller Friends play date the theme was vegetables since a rep from a local farm was coming to teach the kiddos about vegetables and “eating a rainbow,” so I had to think of something veggie-friendly for our craft. Then I thought if you ask any toddlerContinue reading “Toddler Craft Project – Construction Paper Salad”
My husband put the Sophia the First soundtrack on my very old (first ever, actually) iPod and she sat and listened to it bopping around, sometimes singing, and occasionally dancing. She also kept touching the tiny screen because she’s used to her iPad. #oldtechnology Borrowing my new book.
I wanted to share the links to my craft classes for the spring again, now that it is sort of (some days) actually feeling like spring. This term I’m doing a 3-class series called Handmade Tuesdays with Jess. Click here to sign up for all 3 classes and save! Below you can read the catalogContinue reading “Spring Craft Classes”
Next up for an Easter outfit – baby M! Since I already did the suspenders and bow-tie look for him for Christmas, I decided to go a little more low-key for this holiday. I found the sperry top-siders for him before he was even born and knew they’d be perfect for an Easter outfit. ThenContinue reading “Easter Outfits”
Ever have a broken statement necklace that is beyond repair and looking to do something with it? DIY embellished baseball cap, my friends! I’ve had this necklace from Ann Taylor for years and wore it with a million different things until one day it snapped – the necklace part was quite thin silver with moreContinue reading “DIY Embellished Baseball Cap”
My little ski bunny. His favorite activity: rolling around from toy to toy, sitting up, playing/gnawing, repeat.
When we order out for Thai, a massaman curry is almost always a part of our order. We love the light curry sauce with crunch of a nut. It’s a very difficult recipe to replicate at home but low-and-behold I found a great recipe in the same issue of Cooks Illustrated that I found theContinue reading “Thai Chicken Curry Recipe”
Easter is April 5 – just 2 1/2 weeks away! It’s too bad the holiday is so early this year because I know we’ll still have feet of snow on the ground, which will certainly make for an interesting Easter egg hunt, huh? Either way, I still enjoy dressing (and dressing my kids) in springContinue reading “Easter Outfits!”
Z as a cross-stitch! It was difficult to portray her wild, curly hair. His “I’m concentrating” face. Also, I’ll be sad to retire his winter hat soon enough.