What’s New!

Hi everyone! I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted on my blog and thought I should give you an update on what I’ve been doing, and, more importantly, let you know about some big things coming up! So read to the end! While I’ve still been doing some arts and crafts on the side when time permits, I … » Read more…

No-Mess Painting with Kids?! It’s Possible with Kwik Stix! Here's my review... (sorry, giveaway has ended).

No-Mess Painting with Kids?! It's Possible with Kwik Stix - Review

Is it really possible to paint with the kids and have no mess? Today I’m reviewing a new product called Kwik Stix, which is a solid tempera paint stick that goes on smooth without water or brushes and dries in 90 seconds! » Read more...

Anyone Can Create a Mandala Coloring Page! It's easy with the right tools!

Would you like to create your own coloring pages but just don’t know where to start? Or maybe you don’t think you are artistic enough? Here’s a tutorial for making your own mandala coloring pages using a FREE online app that is so easy a six-year-old can do it! » Read more...

Cool 3D Line Art Coloring Page & Activity Free coloring page PDF download or create your own!

Think you can’t draw, especially a 3D image? Think again! This is a super simple drawing technique to get a really cool 3D effect! And, in case you really don’t think you can do it, I’ve included one I created to use as a coloring page. » Read more...

70+ Uses for Puffy Paint Who knew dimensional fabric paint has so many more uses than decorating a T-shirt?!

70+ uses for Puffy Paint (Dimensional Fabric Paint)

Puffy Paint (or Scribbles, or Tulip Dimensional Fabric Paint, or most other dimensional fabric paints) can be used for so much more than decorating a T-shirt! Household items, home decor, jewelry… and lots more! I’ve got over 70 ideas here and I’ve just scratched the surface. With all the colors available, you can jazz up just about anything you can think of! » Read more...

DIY Fairy Gardens

DIY Fairy Gardens

Fairy gardens are just so darn cute! Large or small, you and your kids can create a tiny world to spark their imagination. Plus, it gets kids outside and learning about plants! I’ve got two examples of fairy gardens we’ve made, including a fairy house from sticks, bark, and scraps, a sign, and a birdbath. I also include a list of the plants we used. » Read more...