It’s warm, it’s cold. It’s cold, it’s VERY warm! It wouldn’t be a typical southeast Michigan season without all sorts of weather ups and downs. No matter the temperature, these projects will keep you and your family entertained as we start this holiday week for many local parents and kids.
I love a delicious breakfast in the morning, but don’t always have the time to make a gourmet meal. This recipe from Christine of Pepper Lynn tackles that problem – and then some.
Traditional Easter basket grass is anything but green for the environment and often not friendly for pets. Carissa’s Creativity Space has the ultimate in DIY Easter crafting – making your own grassy Easter tub!
Sara Headley created this symbolic Seder Passover placemat for In Culture Parent. The placemat was fun to create and helps tell an important story.
The Etsy blog will have wannabe fashionistas swooning over this how-to from crafter Kat Roberts. Using junk mail envelopes and fabric scraps, this project is just the right thing to get ready for Earth Day later in the month.
Rachel Hobson, of Average Jane Crafter, and her daughter are BIG The Hunger Games fans. So when it came to get ready for the movie’s premiere, they needed to have the appropriate outfits! Check out this freezer paper stencil tutorial to make your own.