One of my favorite activities is crafting while enjoying a glass of wine. Which leads to the question: What could I make with this empty wine bottle?
Fall is here, and that means it's time to spookify our house for Halloween.
We cleared up a ton of counter space with one quick trip to the hardware store.
This is one of the ways we keep my son's grandparents and distant relatives close to us.
Use as few materials as possible to allow an egg to withstand a fall from great heights.
I leave this in the car and it keeps my kids busy on longer trips.
My son's completely obsessed. Here are his favorite planes that are guaranteed to soar.
I taught my kids how colors mix using little more than bubble wrap and food coloring.
This party banner can be used over and over for any celebration under the sun.
No fussy craft supplies needed; these projects require little more than paper plates and big imaginations.
When my daughter insists on keeping the leaves she's collected outside, we put them to good use in the craft room.
Two hours is my threshold for a project like this...otherwise, it sits around half-done for weeks.
Wit these, we go through fewer plastic sandwich bags every week.
I armed my kids with crayons and a blow dryer for an afternoon craft project turned perfect hostess gift.