Good morning! We are so excited to be working on all new Valentine’s Day content next week in the studio! In the meantime, we collected some of our favorite past projects that are perfect for helping to spread the love. Click the links below to see full tutorials on each DIY! one || two || three || four five || six || seven || eight For even more Valentine’s Day inspiration, be sure to follow @vicky_barone on Instagram!Read More
Happy Thursday, everyone! Today we’re sharing our most-read blog posts of 2016. We LOVE seeing what you loved throughout the year and we are so excited to create even more fun content in 2017! Click the links below to see each post. Thanks for another awesome, colorful, and creative year! one || two || three || four || five || six || seven || eightRead More
Have you seen any snow yet? We’re supposed to get a little here on Saturday (the first snow of the year!) and we’re very excited! In preparation, we’re sharing a snow-day craft we hope you’ll love. This snowflake string art requires just a few supplies and a little bit of patience, and the end result is oh so cute. Here’s what you’ll need: round wooden plaques (ours are from AC Moore), a wood stain (optional), nails, a hammer, and some embroidery floss....Read More
Happy New Year, everyone! Back by popular demand is our “Happy Things” memory jar printable! We love that you commemorate all the wonderful things you have experienced throughout the year and we are so excited to hear about all your happy moments in 2017! Way back in 2014 we decided to create a memory jar to collect all the highlights of the year. From funny quotes from little ones, to memorable outings as a family, to exciting milestones, the possibilities are endless. As the...Read More
New Year’s Eve is just a few days away and we are busy decorating for the festivities! Today we’re sharing a DIY piñata project that’s perfect for candy or simply decor. Here’s how… Supplies: cardboard, scissors, masking tape, white crepe paper, and Elmer’s glue. Directions: 1. Cut out the numbers 2017 twice from cardboard. 2. With the remaining cardboard, cut out 1.5″ strips. The strips will go between the numbers to create the 3D shape. 3. Stack two...Read More
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