Autumn With Seax

My Social Studies Project: Making My Seax

This post was supposed to be a stupid sewing tutorial, but I have something WAYYYYYYY more exciting to share with you guys. I decided to tell you all about my Social Studies project for school. Sounds boring right now, doesn’t it? Trust me, it gets better. My Project My Social Studies teacher assigned us this Read More

DIY Softball Bucket

DIY Softball (or Baseball) Bucket with Cushion

It’s softball/baseball season. In our house, that means a lot of softball. Autumn plays on a travel team and when they aren’t practicing or playing, we certainly are. This year, Autumn has decided to really give pitching a shot. I’m not opposed to this but my knees are. Crouching to catch and pop up for Read More

Easy Green Seed Starters

Go Green (and Free) With These Easy Seed Starters

We have a yard now and that means enough garden space for each of us to pick flowers to plant. It also means seed starters while the Midwest weather makes up its mind about spring. The Problem Unfortunately, after living in apartments for so long, we didn’t have a lot of pots to get started Read More

Egg Decorating with Food Coloring

Easter Egg Decorating with Food Coloring

We love Easter Egg Decorating – even if I’m the only person who will eat them when we’re done. In the past, we’ve done Silk Tie Easter Eggs and Shaving Cream Easter Eggs but this year I wanted something a little simpler so I took to Pinterest and found this awesome guide by Paging Supermom. I Read More

National Crayon Day

National Crayon Day Crafts

It’s National Crayon Day and that means taking time out to color! From coloring books to special projects, crayons make our lives more fun. History of Crayons The first crayons were actually created in the early 1900s by a pair of cousins, Edwin Binney and Harold Smith. The non-toxic wax crayons were named Crayola by Read More