Using heat transfer vinyl and my Silhouette, I made these little onesies. The “K is for Keira” ended up being my favorite. Super easy!
Feelin’ lucky? Then make a sign.
My cute friend Ashley did a craft night and we all made this:
Just an old curtain rod I switch out various holiday signs. Gotta paint that wall!
Meet the Tattle Dragon. When the kiddos tattle about inconsequential things (i.e. “she’s looking at me!” or “he’s not going down the slide” etc) I nicely direct them to the Tattle Dragon to tell instead of me. It works pretty great, the kids actually talk to the dragon on the side of the toy box. For one child that’s a little old for it, its still a great reminder for him to not tattle. Us parents listening in the other room always get a laugh too!
Sadly, I don’t remember where I got this idea, so I can’t give credit where credit is due!
Being the multitaskers that we are, our book club decided to keep our hands busy while we discuss the book this month. (We read “The Circuit” by Francisco Jimenez; it was a good, easy read.) I’m hosting, so I decided to do this reusable birthday banner. All you do is mount scrapbook paper (probably scraps you already have, generic colors that match everything) on brown “paper bag” paper, hole punch for a little tule, then bust out the Silhouette for the letters (Free font: hiccup).